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I changed my mind... maybe not
I had a gamegear was i was a kid, the impression it gave me was that the games on handheld could not be as great on a console. The thing the drove me to buy one was that i could play anywhere and it was in color...( you know, youve got to give it to sega for bieng innovative). Anyway, years later, when i first heard that a sequel to castlevania symphonie of the night was on a handheld I freaked out! then it was ff7, fft and other castlevanias. My point is that they were throwing away good games for nothing, Why do they build these things? for money actually( how about a gameboy with your gamecube to expand your gaming experience?) But I finally played with a gbadvance and its not that bad, it could actually be cool to own one but... it is still a capitalist way to make money on us gamers... Why? because they could do it on a great console and expand the game, polish it, make everything better. Theres a market and they know it. The last toime i wanted to have a gameboy was to play pok?mon blue and red ( when pok?mons were actually pok?mons) and found it hard to play so I gave it back to my friend. But was drives people to play these games? maybe the simplicityor the nostalgic feeling of playing with the old gameboy? please try to help me making up my mind ( did you notice how much i write actually in here , well its not that bad...actually)