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Nintendo Virtual Boy

Nintendo Launched the Virtual Boy promising 3d Graphics.  

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Steven () on Wednesday, September 5, 2001 at 14:17:58 
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The virtualboy can display 4 shades of red and black,its 32bit cpu runs at 20mhz,not sure on sprite performance 
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Rex  junkbox@snet.net  on Friday, April 13, 2001 at 02:43:34 
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Well, the eye thing doesnt bother me for one reason. As a kid, I read the warning on the side of a pair of 3D glasses that said "Do not stare directly into light", so I naturaly put them on and stared at a light bulb.  I now have hues of red and blue permanently in my eyes. Another thing I have to say, Virtual bowling and VTetris used to be rentable at Blockbuster video when the system was releases, and I swear I saw the bowling game as "Nesters Funky bowl" at a Nobody beats the Wiz the christmas of the Virtual Boys release... 
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Philip Hanan  philhanan@hotmail.com  on Thursday, January 18, 2001 at 16:08:12 
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I got a Virtual Boy for my birthday for $29.99.  I later bought Red Alarm and almost bought several other games for only $9.99 each.  It was a great deal, but difficult to take with you and Boy! did it make me dizzy.  Mario Tennis was difficult to look at, but Red Alarm made me come close to throwing up.  I sold the system and games a month later for $13 at a yard sale.  It is a neat collector's item, but uhhh.....I'll never play one again.....uhhhhh.... 
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Mitchell  importunar16@esweeet.com  on Monday, January 15, 2001 at 13:26:35 
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hey I was just wondering ow many bits the Virtual Boy had. 
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Paul  psriedl@magiclink.com  on Wednesday, October 18, 19100 at 22:01:27 
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Virtual Boy is a seriously f*cked-up system. First of all, after you play it for about a half hour, any thing red or black REALLY stands out. 2. there's only about 20 games, wich all suck ass and finaly, nintendo just plain sucks.thanx for lettin' me fume. 
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Brandon  Tabassi@aol.com  on Thursday, August 10, 2000 at 16:17:17 
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There were 22 games released for the Virtual Boy... 
3 American Only 
8 Japanese Only... 
THe rest were released in Japan and America 
I will name the 8 Japanese only first, since many don't know about them, I will also say how much each game is worth... 
V Tetris $10 
V Fishing $100 
Insmouse $120 
Space Squash $225 
Virtual Lab $500 
Space Invaders: The Virtual Collection $650 
Gundam $650 
Virtual Bowling $1,200 
(Valin) you are pathedic, and so are you "John Parson". 
This is the best system ever released. 
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Jason  jjwandering@yahoo.com  on Monday, July 31, 2000 at 01:38:18 
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I have one, its stand, where the legs come together busted on me it's ducked taped together now, but works great.  I only have to games the boxing one and the tennis one. I think that the boxing one is by far the best game for it.  I think that they should come out with a color one. It has the best sound, makes it sound as if you are right there in the game I like it and it hasn't hurt me. Also if you read the instructions on it, they tell you to take a rest from it and let your eyes rest if you didn't thats your problem, not theres 
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Pauly  MightyDoor@AOL.com  on Sunday, June 25, 2000 at 21:01:59 
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This system rocks!  I can't wait until the third party hobbist programmers release some games.  I have no doubt that this system will one day be recognized by collectors.  You better get one while you can.  If you got some lying around and you hate them drop me a line.  I'll buy any and all that  come past me if the price is right. 
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Tibrious  Tibrious@aol.com  on Friday, June 9, 2000 at 21:35:16 
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I purchased a Virtual Boy system for $29.99 at Giant Eagle three years ago.  I must say that this little toy is a heck of alot of fun to play (my favorite game was Wario Land,) the only problem with this system was it's price.  If Nintendo would have dropped the price to about $79.99, got their butts to work on some great and intricately designed games, and maybe have included a game with the system, then this toy would have been more popular.  After all, the Game Boy had only two colors and it lasted for over 9 years!  
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Jack Lindgren  alternelin@aol.com  on Sunday, May 21, 2000 at 19:11:44 
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The Nintendo Virtual Boy was released in 1995. It is a 32 bit system and displays in only one color (red).  It is the only cartridge based VR  systems and can be found for a price under $30. 
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SHAWN  SHUNJ1178@AOL.COM  on Thursday, April 13, 2000 at 13:25:12 
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IT DOES MAKE ME LOOK AT THINGS RED AND BLACK FOR ABOUT FIVE TO TEN MIN I THOUGHT IT  WAS JUST ME. IF YOU WANT TO HEAR MORE JUST E-MAIL ME. 
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Fixitdave fixitdave@yahoo.com  on Wednesday, March 29, 2000 at 11:36:54 
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I have a Virtual Boy and almost all the games that came out for it. I have played it extensively for over an hour at a time, I have suffered no vision impairment and neither have my kids who have played it. Its a very powerful little system that was sadly abandonded by Nintendo due to poor reception by consumers.  At a price of 199.99 it was almost dead as soon as it hit the store shelves. 

Damaging to the eyes? Nope. 
 
Fun to play? yep. 

Fixitdave
 
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Leo  Lshuder@hotmail.com  on Saturday, March 4, 2000 at 09:26:01 
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I have one of these and Wario Land is an awsome game!  Too bad every other game made for it blows . . . 
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Valin (none) on Saturday, February 26, 1999 at 16:30:24 
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A good fact to remember about virtual boy is that it's a terrible system.  Seriously.  Not only is it horribly damaging to the eyes, it's extremely disorienting.  I have no idea how this passed marketing tests.  Nintendo's first big mistake. 
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John Parson  tronic687@hotmail.com  on Saturday, February 5, 1999 at 09:08:48 
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Did you know that Virtual boy's price dropped $50 in 1 week?  If you play Virtual Boy too long, it can damage your eyes and will make all red and black colors stand out 
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