The Nintendo e-Reader for Gameboy Advance (GBA) is a strange and obscure peripheral probably best known for playing original black box NES games by scanning a dot codes printed on cards. However, there are numerous cards that feature some unique content and never get any recognition. In this video, I talk about the e-Reader and scan some weird cards from my collection.
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