How did Game Boy and Game Boy Color affect game consoles?

Updated September 26, 2019 05:11:24When Nintendo introduced the Game Boy in 1989, it brought a whole new set of hardware to market, and it did so with a big emphasis on gaming.

The company wanted to make the most out of the new hardware, and so it designed the Game Boys to be easy to use for kids and adults alike.

This is one of the things that really set Nintendo apart from most of the consoles on the market.

It was the first console to offer a touchscreen interface, allowing kids to interact with the game world in a way that was natural to them.

Nintendo’s Game Boy games also had a lot of content.

There was no real shortage of content, but Nintendo knew it needed to do something about it.

So, the company created the Game Gear, a system that was designed for games that were going to be played on a handheld device.

The Game Gear was meant to be the next generation of Nintendo’s handhelds, and to do so, it focused on the touchscreen interface.

It offered a lot more features, including an accelerometer, a gyroscope, a built-in microphone, and a headphone jack.

With the GameGear, the hardware became a whole lot easier to use.

In fact, Game Boy hardware was such a hit that it became so popular that Nintendo started selling Game Gear consoles in the early 2000s.

In terms of hardware, the GameGears and GameGates were the first handhelds to offer 3D touch support.

Unlike other handhelds like the GameCube, the Touch screen didn’t have any sort of proprietary 3D sensing hardware, which meant that kids could use the touch screen in games to control the game.

The Touch screen was so popular, Nintendo decided to create a successor called the Gameboy Color, which was also called the GBC, or Game Boy Advance.

When it came to the GameBoy Color, Nintendo had some big plans.

For one, it wanted to create an entire new handheld category called the handheld system.

And it wanted a handheld that was affordable, which means that Nintendo wanted to keep prices low.

By using a Gameboy Advance, Nintendo could sell the handheld for around $100, which made it very attractive for kids, especially since the GBA was the last handheld Nintendo released.

The Switch was announced a couple of months after the Game-Boy Advance, but it wasn’t until December 2017 that the company finally released a handheld version of the Switch.

But even then, the Switch wasn’t a great handheld.

It only offered 1GB of RAM, which wasn’t enough for many of its features.

The gamepad was also a bit awkward to use, and the buttons on the front of the device didn’t feel very comfortable to use either.

In addition, the battery life of the handheld was also pretty short.

Even when playing a game like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on the Switch, the system lasted only about a half an hour before it died.

Finally, Nintendo didn’t really have any plans for a 3D handheld at all, despite all the hype surrounding it.

In the end, Nintendo was forced to put the Switch on hold until 2018, when the Switch Classic Edition arrived.

Instead, the Nintendo Switch Classic was released with more bells and whistles, including a new wireless controller that offered support for all of the features that Nintendo had originally planned for the handheld.

That’s when things really started to change for the GameBoys and Gamegates.

The new Switch is Nintendo’s attempt to make it a 3rd-party handheld that doesn’t have the hardware problems of the GameDev console.