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|Media Compatibility = Neo Geo Pocket
 
|Media Compatibility = Neo Geo Pocket
 
|Predecessor = [[Neo Geo Pocket]]|image = [[Image:NeoGeo-Pocket-Color.jpg|230px]]}}The '''Neo Geo Pocket Color''' (shortened '''NGPC'''), is a 16-bit colour handheld video game console manufactured by SNK. It is a successor to SNK's monochrome [[Neo Geo Pocket]] handheld which debuted in 1998 in Japan. The Neo Geo Pocket Color was released on March 16, 1999 in Japan, August 6, 1999 in North America, and some time in 1999 in Europe.
 
|Predecessor = [[Neo Geo Pocket]]|image = [[Image:NeoGeo-Pocket-Color.jpg|230px]]}}The '''Neo Geo Pocket Color''' (shortened '''NGPC'''), is a 16-bit colour handheld video game console manufactured by SNK. It is a successor to SNK's monochrome [[Neo Geo Pocket]] handheld which debuted in 1998 in Japan. The Neo Geo Pocket Color was released on March 16, 1999 in Japan, August 6, 1999 in North America, and some time in 1999 in Europe.
In 2000, following SNK's purchase by American Pachinko (mechanical game originating in Japan) manufacturer Aruze, the Neo Geo Pocket Color was dropped from both the North American and European markets. It did, however, last until 2001 in Japan, with a total of 2 million units sold.
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In 2000, following SNK's purchase by American pachinkomanufacturer Aruze, the Neo Geo Pocket Color was dropped from both the North American and European markets. It did, however, last until 2001 in Japan, with a total of 2 million units sold.
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The system enjoyed a greater success than any Game Boy competitor since Sega's Game Gear. However, it was hurt by several factors, such as the Neo Geo heads' (the Barone family) notorious lack of communication with third-party developers, the success of the Game Boy Color and the ''Pokémon''franchise, and anticipation of the Game Boy Advance.
 
The system enjoyed a greater success than any Game Boy competitor since Sega's Game Gear. However, it was hurt by several factors, such as the Neo Geo heads' (the Barone family) notorious lack of communication with third-party developers, the success of the Game Boy Color and the ''Pokémon''franchise, and anticipation of the Game Boy Advance.

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