15 years of hand-cramps.
Before we dive in, let’s begin with a few words on the topic at hand when it was raised in the Nintendo Life office: “Such a neat little machine.” “I’ve always wanted one.” “Somehow I ended up with two.” “The most enjoyable way to get carpal tunnel.”
We were, of course, discussing the lovely Game Boy Micro. The diminutive console launched in Japan fifteen years ago this week (13th September 2005, and six days later in the US) and introduced arguably the most desirable form of the Game Boy Advance hardware at a time when the system was already well into its sunset phase.
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