Paper Heroes will publish The Game Boy Encyclopedia
paper heroes announced the publication of the book The Gameboy Encyclopedia for the next one April 13th. This work written by Damien McFerran about the first laptop Nintendo can reserve through the website of paper heroes.
The Gameboy Encyclopediawritten by Damien McFerran and originally published in the United Kingdom, is a tribute to the best handheld console titles from Nintendo. This book will be released in an edition of soft cover of a size of 23.5 x 23.5 cm with covers and interior to everything color. This work has 372 pages At a price of €34.95. All reservations made through the publisher’s website include a bookmark. In addition, this book has a exclusive edition through the website of the Spanish publisher at Hard cover with finish metal. This edition includes a bookmark and a key ring metal At a price of €39.95.
Original title: Game Boy: The Box Art Collection
Author/s: Damien McFerran
Format: Softcover. Rustic with flaps, covers and interior in full color (23.5×23.5 cm)
State: Finished (1 volume/s)
Spanish Publisher: Paper Heroes
Japanese Publisher: Bitmap Books
See full file of The Game Boy Encyclopedia
Whether you’re a fan of the old-school Game Boy or just discovering the wonders of Nintendo’s best-selling handheld console for the first time, The Game Boy Encyclopedia is for you – a spectacular homage to this prodigy’s greatest titles. monochrome that kicked off the pocket video game industry. Although today any smartphone makes the Game Boy look like an abacus from a technological point of view, Nintendo’s pioneering handheld console continues to capture the attention of gamers around the world and one glance at these pages will see why. . It hosted some of the most famous video games in history, including Mario, Zelda, Donkey Kong, Metroid, Mega Man, Castlevania, Gradius, and Final Fantasy, and many of its best titles hold up surprisingly well by modern standards: with such technology basic, developers at the time had to make sure that the gameplay was engaging and addictive.
Fountain: paper heroes