Again with the noodles. This image, taken from the iLounge review of the Game Boy Micro, shows one of the custom faceplates that are being touted as a key feature of the diminutive sibling to the Game Boy Advance SP. Honestly, we don’t get it. It’s like the GBA SP, only smaller, with a scratchier screen, and less software support. As it says in the review: If only this thing sold for US$50, instead of $100, THEN you’d really have something.