handheld

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  • I feel that the handheld systems work better than the home-based consoles.
  • They could also be used as a handheld weapon in close combat.
  • Both handheld versions offer head-to-head battles between two players.
  • However, the handheld versions of the game generally received more positive reviews.
  • In the past decade, handheld video games currently have become a major sector of the video game market.
  • Each unit contains a fixed image printed onto the handheld that can be seen through the screen.
  • He changed his position after hearing that children wanted to play Kingdom Hearts on the handheld system.
  • The latter part of the decade saw the rise of the Game Boy handheld system.
  • It is the first game in the Championship Manager series ever to be released on a handheld system.
  • Also included in the handheld was built-in memory allowing players to save games without using passwords.
  • Both bench and handheld style devices are available that offer such features.
  • This is a list of all games released for the Game Boy Advance handheld video game system.
  • The Action Gamemaster would have been much larger than other handheld systems of its day.
  • He continued to compose music for games for the next couple of years, working primarily with handheld video games.
  • Cut down versions were released for various handheld systems.
  • The majority of trading is handheld through in-game boards at each town's local bank.
  • Centipede is often included in handheld TV games that have become popular in recent years.
  • The series consists of two computer games and a handheld console game.
  • The games have been released on a variety of video game and handheld consoles.
  • Spin-off titles were planned for release on handheld systems, but did not progress far in development.
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