Nintendo has not made any official announcements regarding other Classic Edition consoles, but late last week, a trademark Twitter bot published a filing from Nintendo featuring a picture of the original Game Boy.
The firm has recently re-released mini versions of its classic consoles from the mid 80's and early 90's, the NES and SNES, so a relaunch of the vintage handheld gaming system would certainly follow the trend which has also been taken up by others, such as phone maker Nokia who recently released a remake of its almost indestructible 3310.
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The trademark was filed on September 15 and noticed by Ninten-Switch who claim that there is an image of an instantly recognisable Game Boy. The tweet from the bot also notes that the filing covers programs and storage for "home video game machines" and "portable electronic game machines". A similar filing also apparently for the Nintendo 64 surfaced in Europe past year according to United States gamer.
It isn't clear if Nintendo plans to re-release it, but with the 30th anniversary of the original Game Boy's release coming up in 2019, such a move certainly isn't out of the question. It includes the use of graphics and likeness of the classic.
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Understandably, considering recent developments, most speculation suggests it could be re-released as a "Mini" Game Boy.
"With the Super NES Classic Edition, new fans will be introduced to some of the best Nintendo games of all time, while long-time fans can relive some of their favourite retro classics with family and friends".
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