In this week’s episode of The Score we year your thoughts on how much you would be willing to pay for Captain Toad Treasure Tracker. Additionally, we ask for your favorite thing about the Gameboy, since the handheld recently turned 25!

The Score: Episode 58

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Last week, we asked you…

The Score: What Did You Love Most About the Gameboy?

Head below and find out what you had to say.

Our Favorite Responses

What’s not to love?..ha I’m thinking of getting me another soon ha…

Mostly though…even though it’s green and has no backlight…it has to be the games…Super Mario Land….Metroid 2 (which was the first Metroid game I played and got me into the series)…TMNT….there are just so many good games…you didn’t mind its faults…

-Fresnokila

Pokemon, of course!

-Paleselan

I wonder if my answer counts if I’m going by what I played on the GameBoy Color…but, anyways, what I loved most about it was that it was my first gaming system. It brought me into gaming with it’s fun, link cable Pokemon trades, low-res visuals, indestructibility, and poorly lit screen. Yeah…it wasn’t perfect but it gave me my first taste of video games and is a system I’ll never forget

-SuperFakeBros

The library, of course. The original GB started a tradition of great games from Nintendo’s handheld systems.

-Deraj626

GameBoy + Tetris was a tradition.

-Odo

Don’t forget to answer this week’s question below in the comments, via Twitter, Facebook or you can even head to the forums!

 

Written by Elia Pales

Elia Pales owns pretty much every single product Nintendo puts out, and due to his impulsive tendencies, he also tends to purchase every gaming product put out in general. When not gaming, he’s probably running cross country or writing. He makes sure to take regular gaming breaks, though.