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Kids react to Game Boy

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"The old DS"

Oh man.

It wasn't as painful as I thought it would be. I didn't think they would like it or understand how important the Game Boy was to portable gaming.

Someone give that kid with the bright green shirt a pat on the back. He's awesome.

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Geez. That kid at 6:03 sounds like the diner kids from Back To The Future 2; "You mean you have to use your hands?" "That's like a baby's toy!". Prediction much?

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"I wanted to buy it for Pokemon Red and Blue"

 

Kid has his priorities straight.

 

Also, mildly annoying that the guy says there were no rechargeable batteries back then. There were a variety of rechargeable battery packs for the Gameboy, including one made by Nintendo themselves.

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"I wanted to buy it for Pokemon Red and Blue"

 

Kid has his priorities straight.

 

Also, mildly annoying that the guy says there were no rechargeable batteries back then. There were a variety of rechargeable battery packs for the Gameboy, including one made by Nintendo themselves.

Yeah, but they were super expensive, at least up front. That stopped a lot of parents (or mine at least) from buying them.

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People in the comments need to take off the nostalgia goggles.

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People in the comments need to take off the nostalgia goggles.

''If you weren't born in the 90s you should kill yourself''

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A good 40 hours a set. Also it was 4 batteries, not just a pair.

 

Seems a resolvable amount of time, also I didn't know how many batteries it took, due to never having one.

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