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|Original Name||ポケットカメラ イエロー|
|Release Date||Feb 21, 1998|
|Average rating:||Too few reviews (min 3 reviews required)|
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So yeah. This is one of the most underrated products Nintendo has ever produced. I love this thing. Whilst it may not compete with what's available on even cellphones these days, it makes up for it with a brilliant pixel aesthetic. The special effects and customization options available are so archaic, yet so enjoyable. Even better when used in conjunction with the Pocket printer.
this is a great gb camera cuzz it,s have,s features like no other you can even use your face in mini games or even transfer it to the n64 in games like perfecktdark etc or also to hook up to a pc yes that,s also possible on the gbpocket the grey images are great but on the gbc the images will be just looking just blau,green(wrong translation?)and on the supergb the images looking orange,blauw why dit nintendo not using the 256 color ability for it??? also the resolution is very low it,s just lesser then 128x 140 i just dit in that time aspecting
more in quality view duo to for it,s time hich price
oke there is software wich can convert grey images into unlimetid color (dependend from the greyscales from the images)and thank,s software it is possible to convert low res into hich res by breaking each pixel and doubles/maximize( as much you want) the pixels for what i have see the transfered images in perfect dark looks great all colors and pixels are be there.
so the solution are be there so it is steel a must hae.
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