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The '''Game Boy''' is a portable [[video game]] system developed by [[Nintendo]]. It was released in 1989, and is the first model within the titular [[Game Boy line]]. The original Game Boy is about [[inch|4″ x 7″]] in size. In 1997, a newer model was released, the Game Boy Pocket, measuring at a reduced 3″ x 5″. In 1998, a model with a light blue backlit screen was released, but only in Japan. The [[Game Boy Color]] would be released the same year.
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The '''Game Boy''' is a portable [[video game]] system developed by [[Nintendo]]. It was released in 1989, and is the first model within the titular [[Game Boy line]]. The original Game Boy is about [[inch|4″ x 7″]] in size. In 1997, a newer model was released, the Game Boy Pocket, measuring at a reduced 3″ x 5″. In 1998, a model with a light blue backlit screen was released, the Game Boy Light, although it only released in Japan. The same year, the Game Boy would receive a successor, the [[Game Boy Color]], which is very similar but features color graphics.
  
 
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Revision as of 20:25, June 4, 2021

The Game Boy is a portable video game system developed by Nintendo. It was released in 1989, and is the first model within the titular Game Boy line. The original Game Boy is about 4″ x 7″ in size. In 1997, a newer model was released, the Game Boy Pocket, measuring at a reduced 3″ x 5″. In 1998, a model with a light blue backlit screen was released, the Game Boy Light, although it only released in Japan. The same year, the Game Boy would receive a successor, the Game Boy Color, which is very similar but features color graphics.