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  • ClarkKent

    Favorite part of the article! Very cool indeed!

    "The design of the final case looks much more like the original Game Boy design, a fact that could get them into trouble with Nintendo. But when it comes to actually playing Game Boy games, Hyperkin isn’t breaking any laws. Emulators are not illegal, and the case requires you own a copy of a game on a cartridge to play."

    • VoyagerXyX

      It's an amazing idea and I'm really looking forward to owning one, though I have an inkling that they will indeed support case use for 3rd party emulators.

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