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A-Z OF NINTENDO GAME BOY GAMES: VOLUME 1

Kieren Hawken

 

The A-Z of Nintendo Game Boy Games: Volume 1 features reviews of three different games for each letter of the alphabet. The games range from the very earliest releases in 1989 to the modern homebrew games of today. This book shows you just how diverse the library of titles is for the Nintendo Game Boy and how it became one of the most popular consoles of all-time.

 

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2017

192


 

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Authors: #KierenHawken

Publishers: #SelfPublished (Self Published)

Languages: #English

Format: #eBook

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Year: #Year2017

Genres: #Compendium


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#Nintendo (Nintendo)


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#GameBoy (Gameboy, Game Boy)

1 Comment


Simon Butler
Simon Butler
May 04, 2022

Appalling from start to finish. The "reviews" are cut and pasted across his entire series of A-Z titles with no console specific information whatsoever. They are generic pieces taken from a wide variety of sources, RetroGamer, Wikipedia and more. He admits to never playing the games before "reviewing" them, relying on his memory which more often than not lets him down woefully as release dates and company names are incorrect. Add to that the generic descriptions that are filled with childish grammar, laughable spelling and punctuation and the result is puerile. Avoid at all costs.

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