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Reviewed: Afterburner Gameboy Advance Light Modification
Producer: Triton Labs
Required System: Gameboy Advance
Overall Rating:
Author: Michael Ahlf       Date: June 13th, 2002
Page: 1


When Nintendo gave us the Gameboy Advance, most of us were happy. An even more powerful handheld was what many of us were looking for.  We went out and bought them, and got our favorite games.

Then we went looking for a good lighting solution. The thing's screen was so darn reflective, nothing short of a half-dozen lamps or pervasive sunlight was good enough.

Thankfully, we now have options.  At least, those of us brave enough to void our warranty to. It's the Afterburner light mod, and darned if it isn't the prettiest and most effective solution out there. I put my modding skills to the test on this one and managed to do it with only one screwup.

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Added:  Thursday, June 13, 2002
Reviewer:  Michael Ahlf
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