"The Game Boy has come back to life as a Super Retro Boy"
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The Game Boy has come back to life as a Super Retro Boy
Your days of clinging to the past are about to pay off because if you've been hoarding your original Game Boy cartridges, they're getting a second chance at life.
A company called Retro-Bit has brought back the old Game Boy in the shape of this Super Retro Boy.
It can perform the same functions as the original console from your childhood but the four factor has changed for the better.
For starters, it's backlit, which is huge if you ever tried playing in the dark, lighter and rechargeable.
So no more swapping out AA batteries.
You can play just about any retro game you can get your hands on because it works with the same cartridges.
And if you can't find the game you love, maybe wait a bit.
The company is in talks with some of the original game publishers.
To see about re-releasing soon.
The Super Retro Boy will be available in August of this year for about $80.
Now the cost of reliving your childhood, priceless.
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