The list author says: "The Virtual Boy was a video game console developed and manufactured by Nintendo. It was the first video game console that was supposed to be capable of displaying "true 3D graphics" out of the box. The Virtual Boy creates an illusion of depth through the effect known as parallax. In a manner similar to using a head-mounted display, the user looks into an eyepiece made of neoprene on the front of the machine, and then an eyeglass-style projector allows viewing of the monochromatic (in this case, red) image.
It was released on July 21, 1995 in Japan and August 14, 1995 in North America at a price of around US$180. It was not released in PAL markets. On Ebay I've seen PAL systems listed, but never seen a PAL game so maybe these systems are mislabeled. It met with a lukewarm reception that was unaffected by continued price drops. Nintendo discontinued it the following year. Nintendo of America still offers repairs if your system is damaged.
Only 22 games were made(excluding demos), 14 seeing a US release. Only 19 were released in Japan(3 US games were not put out in JP). I'll Mark these as *EXCLUSIVE TO USA.
Star Fox 2 was a demo game, shown at E3 so copies exist though no one knows who has them. Screen shots have been found for other games (including a Goldeneye Virtual Boy game), so demos exist for incomplete games but might not of leaked from the Nintendo vaults.
Japanese Games play on US Virtual Boys since both are NTSC. The last game released was Virtual Lab(JP only) and is considered the worst game on the system and was released unfinished. Gives passwords but no place to put a password in, medium difficulty is harder then the hard one, and it crashes, usually around level 7.
One of the best VB games is exclusive to JP. Its a Horror First Person shooter called Innsmouth no Yakata. Its inspired by HP Lovecraft's Shadows Over Innsmouth story. I recommend it if you can find it."
"like Star Fox, but poor texturing. Hard to navigate through levels. Besides Teleroboxer, the only other game with a first person point of view. Easy to find. Like Wario Land, Demo carts have been found and are a rare find."
"Excluding Demos(and Japanese Games), this is the rarest US Virtual Boy game made. Even if you don't own the system, buy this if you get the chance. It will only go up in value. BTW its also a good game."
"And thats all 14 games. This one has 2 listings on Amazon. You can find Japanese games on ebay (which are NTSC so they work with US systems). Space Invaders and Virtual Bowling(JP) are the rarest existing Virtual Boy game. 8 games are Exclusive to Japan."