In 1989 Nintendo released the Game Boy. While other handhelds had color screens and better graphics, the Game Boy came out as the winner in terms of sales due to its battery life and great game library. And so others began to copy what Nintendo was doing.
The Supervision was marketed as the cheaper alternative to the Game Boy, with a bigger screen and more pixels. It was sold almost all over the world, but chances are you’ve never even heard about it.
Why wasn’t the Supervision a success? That’s the question we answer in this video.