Game Boy Advance
Game Boy Advance is a portable handheld video game console created by Nintendo and released in Japan, the USA, and Europe in 2001. It was extremely popular, out-selling Nintendo's estimate and becoming the fastest-selling video game console (handheld or otherwise) in both the US and Europe at the time.
I have never played a Game Boy Advance in real life, but I have played several games using emulators.
I do not own, or have ever owned, a Game Boy Advance.
- See all Game Boy Advance Games.
Of the games I've played on the system, I have particularly enjoyed:
- Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow
- Castlevania: Circle of the Moon
- The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap
- Metroid Fusion
- Metroid: Zero Mission
- The hardware is comparable to the SNES, only in the palm of your hand. Very impressive.
- The system had a large catalog of games, and a lot of them are wonderful.
- Backward compatibility with Game Boy and Game Boy Color games was icing on the cake.
- There were several peripherals including link cables for multi-player games, compatibility with some Game Cube games, wireless communication, and several others.
- The system was redesigned twice, and each time, engineering issues were addressed.
- There were dozens of different colors to choose from.
- The original model didn't have a very good display, and it was often too dark to see comfortably. Luckily, Nintendo fixed this by adding a back-light to the later model.
- en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Game_Boy_Advance - Wikipedia.
- mobygames.com/browse/games/gameboy-advance/list-games - MobyGames.