If you have a backlit GBA, that's perfect for playing GBA and GBC and GB games. I'd like one someday, because while my GBC plus a DS would let me play anything from any generation, the GBC isn't backlit so angling the LCD screen to catch the light just so gives me a headache.BrettCullum wrote:Really any DS model will suit your need to play a DS game, so you can't go wrong. Just depends on what bells and whistles you want as well as what you are going to use the system for.
Yeah. Plus an option is to get the Game Boy Player, if you have a Gamecube. I really don't travel much, so I'm rarely away from a TV except for school. That might be the best choice for me.BrettCullum wrote:Funny because I do have a backlit GBA. But I only have one GB game, so I am really considering selling it off. The DS Lite is my model of choice currently. I like the bigger screen and it simply feels more substantial. The GBA felt a little silly in adult hands.
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