While Nintendo's Game Boy outsold every other game system of the 20th century, historians rarely discuss the system in depth. Game Boy World is an attempt to archive and analyze the system and its library in depth. This first volume explores the system, its creators, and every game released for Game Boy in all regions during 1989, the year it debuted. Features in-depth retrospectives for all games, including explorations of the companies people behind the software, as well as all-new photography of every game's packaging and Super Game Boy color-enhanced screen shots. A companion piece to the Game Boy World website (www.gameboyworld.com). Not endorsed by Nintendo of America.
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Jeremy Parish is the Editor-in-Chief of USgamer.net, cohost of the Retronauts podcast, and of course the curator for Game Boy World and The Anatomy of Games. During his time with the games press, he has worked for 1UP.com and IGN and has contributed to RETRO Magazine, Electronic Gaming Monthly, GMR, Official PlayStation Magazine, XBN, and more.
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