Should you buy a Wonderswan in 2018? The Bandai Wonderswan was originally released in 1999 and was followed by two upgraded revisions: the Wonderswan Color and SwanCrystal. Featuring IPs such as Mega Man (both Mega Man Battle Network and Mega Man and Bass games), Digimon, Klanoa, and more, it’s hard to believe that this system never made it out of Japan. Thus, today we’re deciding if Bandai’s little console is worth tracking down in this Wonderswan buying guide!
Special thanks to Epic Games and More in Victoria, BC for letting me borrow their Wonderswan stuff and also letting me film there! Check them out here:
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