GameBoy Advance E-Reader Review

12
Feb
2012

Long before Nintendo introduced their Augmented Reality cards with the 3DS, they have been experimenting in card reading technology. One of their previous attempts to bring card based mini-games to the gaming market, the Gameboy Advance E-Reader, was such a massive failure that hardly anyone has heard of it. To find out what made the E-Reader such a big flop, Tamashii will dig into the peripheral’s library and show you all the best and the worst of what the E-Reader had to offer.

Thanks for watching and commenting! <3

Tamashii Hiroka

Currently Playing Skyrim and Pokemon White
Current Systems PS3, XBox 360, Wii and 3DS
Is looking forward to Pokemon Black 2 & White 2, Animal Crossing 3DS

I’m just a Pokemaniac that enjoys retro and obscure games. I’m also a crazy collector of Pokemon and gaming merchandise, from plushies to systems to the games themselves.



  • McPhearGirl

    It’s still not as bad as the Virtual Boy!

  • Robin

    Come to think of it, the 3DS reused a lot of concepts. Virtual Boy’s 3D, Pokewalker’s pedometer, E-Reader’s cards, the GameBoy Camera, it’s like all of Nintendo’s failed projects combined.

  • angel

    i have those cards :D



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