Nintendo’s Gameboy and SEGA’s Game Gear were both of the handhelds which were my firm favourites from yesteryear. To be quite honest, I don’t really recall paying much attention to the Atari Lynx or any other handheld at the time, because it was mainly these two that took up endless hours of gameplay.
But does anyone remember the Watara Supervision aka QuickShot Supervision? Apparently it was a much cheaper substitute to the Game Boy and was priced under $50 with games priced at $14.95 each. Unfortunately it suffered graphical problems and a library of not so popular games, which were created by an NES unlicensed developer. It’s strange how we fill our lives with so many gaming handhelds, but we can’t recall all of them. This one was just off the radar for me and I don’t ever have any recollection of it’s existence.
Via Game Set Watch