Again, this iteration of Game Boy systems was backwards compatible with all previous games and allowed for even larger and better-looking games to boot.
It had a color screen to compete with other handheld video game systems and was backwards compatible with the original Game Boy.
Looking at the PS3 Slim comparison, enthusiasts have wondered about the PS3 Slim backwards compatible features.
The lack of PS3 Slim backwards compatible support is unfortunate, but it is unlikely to be something that is a deal-breaker for most people.
However, many consumers justified the higher price because the PlayStation 2 could not only play its own games, but it could also play DVD movies and was backwards-compatible with the original PS1 titles.