In this REACT video, Gen Z teens react to the Game Boy Advance SP from the early 2000s, comparing its features and user experience to those offered by modern, hand-held consoles.
The Game Boy Advance SP, which was released in Japan on February 14, 2003, is a sixth-generation handheld game console developed, released and marketed by Nintendo, which served as an upgraded version of the original Game Boy Advance.
The “SP” in this Game Boy’s name stands for “Special” and it was the penultimate console in the Advance family series before the Game Boy Micro, which was released in September 2005.
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