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not really emulation related...but here we go...

the super gameboy was a "gameboy game to snes console" adapter. later, a super gameboy 2 came out. the differance was, that this version was gamelink compatable, meaning that you could play 2/4 player games. my question is...did the super gameboy 2 come out in europe? im doing a bit of research on the subject, thats why im asking. plus, im american, so i wouldnt know if it did or not. :) :) so, any of you europeans know the answer to this one? :lol:

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Im in the UK, I remember the super gameboy but not v2. If it did get released it was done quietly and considering the hype over the first version, I dont believe it was released.

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thanks dude! :) you are probably right. everybody else i have talk to about it has said the same thing.

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yeah im sick of how they release the good things in japan and decide to not release them in US because of assuming less hype and money income for a product. ie. game axe. It is a portable NES that would have been a sucess if released in the US




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