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It's in order to block out noise from the surrounding environment, to prevent the players from hearing the commentary or tell-tale cues from the crowd. The GSL and other big tournaments can get very loud at peak attendance so measures need to be taken accordingly. The actual game sound is broadcast through the white pair of earbuds. Then, to block out ...


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Doubtful. "It's not yet in the shops, but we've 25 to give away this week..." source The peripheral was intended for release in October 1995 for £29.99, but was cancelled. –segaretro.org/Hyperscore This explains how you had one and why they don't work. I'd bet the independent seller wasn't supposed to be 'selling' you one. It would seem that ...


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To start with, While most GBA games do require a second Game Pak in order to play multiplayer, Nintendo included support for what they called "Single-Pak Linking" onto the Game Boy Advanced and SP. (Also know as "Multi-Boot" in development circles based on some of the research for this question.) In order for this feature to work, the game in the host GBA ...



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