Game Boy Advance Gets a SNES/Super Famicom-Themed Comeback With New Units Coming in July

on July 4, 2014 7:45 AM

Rose Colored Gaming, known for recreating and releasing their own versions of classic game consoles, is back at it again with a new refresh of the Game Boy Advance that also happened to call back to Nintendo’s classic history.

The company announced that limited edition SNES and Super Famicom-themed Game Boy Advance consoles will be making their way to their online store later this month, with the new units designed and colored like the two classic Nintendo consoles. Prices have not yet been announced for the units, though RCG mentioned that they will be slightly more costly than their previous models (ranging from around $165 and up).

Rose Colored Gaming’s new GBA units will be available shortly – in the meantime, you can check out more on the classic vintage units here and lookout for pre-orders soon.

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