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GAME BOY ORIGINAL
The Game Boy (ゲームボーイ Gēmu Bōi), is an 8-bit handheld video game device developed and manufactured by Nintendo. It was released in Japan on April 21, 1989, in North America in August 1989, and in Europe on September 28, 1990. It is the first handheld console in the Game Boy line, and was created by Gunpei Yokoi and Nintendo Research & Development 1—the same staff who had designed the Game & Watch series as well as several popular games for the Nintendo Entertainment System.The Game Boy is Nintendo's second handheld system following the Game & Watch series introduced in 1980, and it combined features from both the Nintendo Entertainment System and Game & Watch and its B&W (except for Konami/Factor 5 games and Seaquest DSV shown in color). It was originally bundled with the puzzle game Tetris.

The Game Boy has four operation buttons labeled "A", "B", "SELECT", and "START", as well as adirectional pad. There is a volume control dial on the right side of the console and a similar knob on the left side to adjust the contrast. At the top of the Game Boy, a sliding on-off switch and the slot for the Game Boy cartridges are located. Nintendo recommends users to leave a cartridge in the slot to prevent dust and dirt from entering the system.The Game Boy also contains optional input and/or output connectors. On the left side of the system is an external power supply jack that allows users to use an external rechargeable batterypack or AC adapter (sold separately) instead of four AA batteries. The Game Boy requires 6 VDC of at least 150 mA. A 3.5 mm stereo headphone jack is located on the bottom side of the console which allows users to listen to the audio with headphones or speakers.On the right side is a port that allows a user to connect to another Game Boy system via a link cable, provided both users are playing the same game. The port can also be used to connect a Game Boy Printer. The link cable was originally designed for players to play head-to-head two-player games such as in Tetris. However, game developer Satoshi Tajiri would later use the link cable technology as a method of communication and networking in the popular Pokémon video game series.

Castlevania Adventure
Castlevania: The Adventure, known as Dracula Densetsu (ドラキュラ伝説?, officially translated The Legend of Dracula)[2] in Japan, is a platform game released for the Game Boy in 1989. Set a century before the events of the original Castlevania, the player controls an ancestor of Simon Belmont named Christopher Belmont who goes on a quest to defeat Dracula.


Product Identifiers
Publisher Konami
Game Castlevania Adventure

Key Features
Platform Nintendo Game Boy
ESRB Rating Rating Pending
Genre Action, Action, Adventure

Tech Details
Number of Players 1
Release Year 1989
Price: $80.00
CASTLEVANIA II: Belmont's Revenge
Product Information
Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge, known as Dracula Densetsu II (ドラキュラ伝説II?, officially translated The Legend of Dracula II)[1] in Japan, is a platform game released for the Game Boy in 1991. Set fifteen years after the events of Castlevania: The Adventure, Dracula returns and kidnaps Christopher Belmont's son Soleiyu at his coming of age feast, and turns him into a demon. With Soleiyu's mystical powers, Dracula retakes human form and rebuilds his castle, forcing Christopher to confront Dracula once again to save his son and Transylvania.

Luckily, you have your trusty whip to help you vanquish your foes. At times, the whip will not be enough and you will have to use holy water, daggers, and other special weapons to advance. Destroying Dracula is the Belmont legacy help Christopher continue the tradition in CASTLEVANIA II: Belmont's Revenge.

Product Identifiers
Publisher Konami
Game Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge

Key Features
Platform Nintendo Game Boy
ESRB Rating KA - Kids to Adults
Genre Action, Action, Adventure, Adventure

Tech Details
ESRB Descriptor Mild Animated Violence
Control Elements Gamepad
Number of Players 1
Release Year 1991
Game Special Features Four castles with multiple levels, variety of environments, large number of undead enemies, wide variety of weapons, password save
Support Elements Memory Card
Game Series Castlevania
Price: $70.00
Castlevania Legend
Product Information
The third handheld installment in the Castlevania (Akumajou Dracula) action series. Castlevania Legends is a prequel about Sonia Belmont, the first of the Belmont clan to thwart Dracula. In addition to the whip, powerful magical weapons can be collected and used against the wide variety of enemies. This game also features a brief appearance by Alucard, the half-vampire character whom later Belmonts would meet in the centuries afterward.

Product Identifiers
Publisher Konami
Game Castlevania Legends

Key Features
Platform Nintendo Game Boy
ESRB Rating KA - Kids to Adults
Genre Action, Action, Adventure, Platformer

Tech Details
ESRB Descriptor Mild Animated Violence
Control Elements Gamepad, Joystick
Number of Players 1
Release Year 1998
Game Special Features
Five stages plus a hidden sixth stage.
Many types of enemies and traps.
New magical abilities.
Two endings
Support Elements Password Save, Super Game Boy
Game Series Castlevania
Price: $80.00
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