There have been many arguments against the Game Boy Micro's existence: the screen is too small, it's unnecessary, the technology's dated, and so on and so forth. Then again, many thought that the Nintendo DS was suicide for the company, so I guess it could go either way. We'll find out soon enough, as Nintendo has announced that its third iteration of the Game Boy Advance is set to hit store shelves in just over a month, on September 19. However, no price point has been mentioned, but hopefully it is right around the price of the current GBA model, which is $80 at GameStop. It could go higher, but if it gets near the range of the Nintendo DS's $120, this little guy may never make the cut.
With just one month away and a casual gaming audience to convince, Nintendo had better do some serious advertising soon. How much would you be willing to spend for a Game Boy Micro?