Let's take a look at what exactly the Game Boy Advance had to offer, some of the best games and why it sold 80 million units world wide.
Oh man! Minish Cap is such a great game!
I played Advance Wars for the first time during a field trip in elementary school, fell in love hard. With that being said where is the Megaman Battle Network series on this list?
I have Tactics Ogre sitting right here next to me in my Advance SP.
Greatest handheld of all time. Double Dragon Advance was awesome. The three Castlevanias were awsome
Despite the poor design of the original model GBA, the SP was a work of art and still my favorite handheld. So many great games. Metroid and Zero Mission were amazing. It was also how I played A Link to the Past for the first time.
Original GBA was amazing. All it needed was a backlight. SP cramped my hands.
I brought one solely for doom and doom 2 being able to play them portable for the first time ever
My favorite handheld by Nintendo. Yes it's still better than the Switch I currently own. Were to begin on listing the awesome games and series on the Gameboy Advance. I don't know where to start I was a young adult when I bought it to play Pokemon Sapphire. That was the first Pokemon game I ever played and still my favorite. Swampert is still my Fav Pokemon. Kirby Nightmare In Dreamland was awesome, as was Riviera The Promised Land. Final Fantasy Tactics was great as were other games.
I looked at GBA as a disappointment, because I was an idiot kid when I had it and I had no idea how to pick out good games. It's crazy to think how much more fun I would have had with my early consoles and handhelds if I'd have known what to get. I did a little better with Game Boy pocket and PS1, but that was mostly luck or recommendations from friends.
PSP also sold 80m.
Amazing system with amazing games that's why, Gradius advance, Metroid zero mission, fusion. The list goes on...
The OG GBA was pure poo imo. However, The GBA SP was gold and a firm 2nd best handheld for me behind the PSP. GBA Micro I didn't buy but I heard some good things about it.
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