As a child, I loved this system, but now I find it to be almost a pain and a waste of money. There are some pros, however, to the mini game boy advanced. I received this for Christmas when I was a child and used to enjoy the small portable system. The system is just like the game boy advance, however, it is more compact and night friendly (Having an LED screen), on the contrary, the game boy micro does not allow connection for multiplayer games such as the Legend of Zelda: Four Sword Adventures. (the port is missing due to the consoles miniature size). The GB Micro is also not backwards compatible, meaning that it does not allow users to play games from the game boy color or the game boy classic. Overall, I had some good times with the interchangeable faces of the system and would recommend this as well as any other handheld gaming system. Graphics Quality The game boy advance games use bits and are rather simple, however, for its time, the games are all incredibly entertaining and detailed. Game Variety There are many great GBA games that are playable on this system, however, it is not backwards compatible which allows for an even greater range of playability. Controller Comfort The controller was comfortable when I was younger, however, now that I have grown some, the GBA Micro seems to have gotten smaller and a little less snug in my hands.