“I don’t like anything less than perfect and I am always striving for that”.
Nintendo’s Game Boy family of consoles has, in total, sold around 200 million units during its lifespan, which stretched from the release of the original monochrome system in 1989 all the way up to 2005’s Game Boy Micro, the final console to showcase the name.
While Nintendo has enjoyed significant commercial success away from the Game Boy brand – its successor, the Nintendo DS, is the most successful Nintendo console ever, with over 150 million units sold – there will always be a special place for the system that effectively created the handheld console market, and established Nintendo as its champion.
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