Nintendo releases GameBoy Micro in the US
Tuesday, September 13, 2005
The Game Boy Micro is the smallest handheld release by Nintendo to date. Unlike other handhelds in the Game Boy Advance series, the Game Boy Micro can only play Game Boy Advance games and not games designed for the original Game Boy system. The handheld features a new link port, includes multiple removable faceplates, and additional faceplates can be purchased separately. This system has an MSRP of USD$99.99.
- Sachi Izumi. "Nintendo's new Game Boy Micro makes solid debut" — , September 13, 2005
- Micro News. "Gameboy Micro in stores now Sept. 19" — , September 19, 2005
- Nintendo News. "Stylish New Game Boy Micro Ships Sept. 19" — , August 17, 2005
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