During its lifetime, the Nintendo Game Boy family has sold a total of about 200 million units, from the original monochrome system in 1989 to the Game Boy Micro in 2005, the last console of that name. In a dirty market niche that supplies crumbling Game Boy systems with new screens and boxes and then sells them for a net profit, Malpass stands out; every system that he modifies becomes a “new” system, and he does a complete upgrade process with every unit that passes his store. While Nintendo has achieved significant commercial success beyond the Game Boy brand – its successor, the Nintendo DS, is the most successful console in Nintendo history, selling more than 150 million copies – there will always be a special place for the console that practically created the handheld market and made Nintendo a champion. This first step ensures that the device will be as good as the day it left the Nintendo factory. But perhaps the next step will be even more exciting: Malpass takes the humble Game Boy Advance console and makes it more suitable for the 2020 player. All this work means you get a whole new system in terms of looks, but what Malpass does then with the internal technology of the device makes the upgrade complete. The original low-profile loudspeaker and audio amplifier have been replaced with a “CleanAmp” module and a new loudspeaker, greatly increasing volume and improving both bass and treble reproduction. Speaking of the Gameboy, I recently played Pokemon Red on my original Gameboy Colour, using a little light at a clip to see what I was doing on the small screen, and then I realized how far these laptops had come. I think the Game Boy Advance in its original landscape format and backlit screen is perfect for this system. “It has survived the challenges of time, and there are plenty of cheap consoles and games out there,” it says when you ask why there is such a large community around the Game Boy family. Unlike little Micro, “it” can play the entire Game Boy library, even the original monochrome system. While “it” also offers modifications for other systems-the Sega Game Gear update “it” is especially popular-it’s a Game Boy that really seems to resonate with “its” customers. This penchant for the Game Boy series has led to a dynamic aftermarket industry, resulting in new cases, displays, buttons and other components that extend the capabilities of the base system. For Malpass, this “prestige” edition of the Game Boy Advance is simply the best Game Boy console you can buy-you should also interview the right people at Rose Colored Gaming! They make high quality boxes, screens and other items for Nintendo.