Nintendo is giving Game Boy fans a big treat.
Starting March 4, players who purchase the Wii U and Game Boy Classic Edition will be able to install the Wii Remote onto their new devices.
This is a welcome development for anyone who hasn’t yet had the chance to try out the Game Boy Remote on their existing Wii or Game Boy.
The new feature is a major improvement over previous versions of the Wii remote, which made it impossible to control the Wii console.
However, Nintendo has been pushing the Wii remotes harder than ever with the Gameboy Advance and GameBoy Classic Edition.
The Game Boy Color also supports the Wii and Gameboy Color as well as Game Boy, and the Wii has been the only game console to launch with Game Boy support since 2005.
This feature is also available to Wii owners who bought the GameBoy Advance or GameBoy Color.
In addition, the Wii Pro and GamePad have the ability to control Game Boy devices.
The Wii U Pro and Nintendo Switch Pro also support Game Boy peripherals, although the Switch Pro doesn’t support Gameboy games at all.
The Game Boy is a versatile device, but many of its games require special features that require a controller.
With the GamePad, users can switch between games by simply holding the Gamepad in front of the GameCube console.
It’s the first time the Game Pad has been integrated into a Game Boy game, and Nintendo hopes it will make it easier for Game Boy owners to use their controllers in other ways.
Nintendo says it will release an SDK later this year to help developers integrate Game Boy games into games that are already in development for the platform.
Nintendo also plans to integrate the GamePads with other Nintendo products, such as Nintendo 3DS, so that users can play their favorite games on their other systems.
The Wii U is available now for $499.99, the Game-Boy Advance is $399.99 and the GameBoys are $499, the original GameBoy has sold for $349.99.
The 3DS and the original Nintendo GameCube both cost $299.99 when they were released.
The Nintendo Switch is available for $299 in the U.S. and $349 in Europe.