The 16 bit era was wonderful back during the early to mid 90’s especially with game consoles such as the Super Nintendo and the Sega Genesis. When it came down to handheld game consoles we had systems such as Game Gear and Game Boy which were plenty of fun back in the 90’s. But if Nintendo had released a portable version of the SNES back in early late 90’s or the early 00’s when Game Boy and Game Boy Advance became very popular could the Hyperkin SupaBoy have as successful in terms of sales. While the Super Nintendo is known to be a 16 bit console the Game Boy Advance had contained a 32 bit processor for its games. While it may be true that the Super Nintendo had featured many great classic games including the Mega Man X series, Super Mario World, Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past and many others some of those titles had received ports for the Game Boy Advance during the early 00’s when the Game Boy Advance had become popular. However, if the Supaboy had replaced the Game Boy Advance in the early 90’s we never would have never received the handheld 32 bit game console that we all loved so much back in the early 00’s.