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The Game Boy Advance may not have stuck around for very long, but it still had a great lineup of games. Here are the 15 best!
The Game Boy Advance had a brief yet beautiful heyday. Released in the summer of 2001 as the long-awaited full-color successor to the Game Boy line, developers quickly filled the handheld’s library with perfect ports of 16-bit classics and new games that epitomized the best parts of the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis era.
But with the Sony PSP breathing down Nintendo’s neck, the company shifted focus to the Nintendo DS in 2004, just three years after the release of the GBA. Still, GBA games continued to trickle out in North America until 2008. Many of these games still hold up remarkably well.
Here are the 15 greatest Game Boy Advance:
Fire Emblem may be a household name in North America now, but Nintendo stubbornly refused to localize the games for years. This is actually the seventh game in the Fire Emblem series overall, but the very first released in the U.S. That doesn’t make the game any less understandable, however, and the deep strategy gameplay, in all of its difficult permadeath glory, is still on full display here.
The recent 3DS entries in the series may be more accessible (and they certainly look a lot better), but this is still a great game to go back to in order to see the history of the series and explore its strategy RPG roots.
Yoshi’s Island was first released on the gba rom in 1995 when 3D graphics were starting to take off, thanks to the original PlayStation and the Sega Saturn. Unfortunately, that meant that its hand-drawn art-style wasn’t fully appreciated at the time, but the 2002 re-release on GBA gave the game a new lease on life to be appreciated as one of the greatest platformers of all-time.
This port crops the screen a little to fit the GBA’s display but makes up for it by adding eight fantastic new levels to a game that was already approaching perfection, to begin with. Nintendo has repeatedly tried to surpass this game with Yoshi sequels over the years, but still, nothing comes close to the original masterpiece.
While the original Mega Man series will always reign supreme for many gamers, the Zero series is quite possibly the best spin-off. Picking up with Zero from the X series more than a century after those games, this game tweaks the classic Mega Man gameplay more than ever with upgradeable secondary weapons, mission objectives besides just defeating bosses, and Cyber Elves that can alter entire levels.
Despite those additions to the gameplay, the game is hardly a cake walk. In fact, by limiting Zero to three lives per mission, it’s easily one of the most difficult games among all of the Mega Man series. Capcom released three direct sequels to Zero on the GBA, and they’re all worth playing, though none are drastically different from the original, which is still the best starting point.
Circle of the Moon was easily the best GBA launch title, and it held up surprisingly well throughout the handheld’s lifetime. The game kept the huge, nonlinear map of the previous game in the series, Symphony of the Night, while focusing on classic whip combat from the earlier entries. The new Dual Set-up System focused on combining magic cards found throughout the castle.
Yes, the game was infamously too dark to see on the original GBA, but if you play it now on a backlit GBA SP or the Wii U, this isn’t a problem, so you can finally enjoy this challenging, lengthy adventure properly.
Konami released the best action platformer you’ve never heard of right in the middle of the GBA’s lifespan. Ninja Five-O is like a faster, modern Shinobi. The story doesn’t make much sense other than you’re a ninja who has to stop bad guys, which is honestly enough for a game like this. Armed with shurikens, a sword, and screen-clearing ninja magic, you take on dozens of armed goons through the game’s six stages. It’s short, but oh so satisfying.
Despite its quality gameplay, the game has never been officially released on another platform. There’s no telling exactly how many copies of the original were manufactured, but between the positive buzz and apparent low print-run, demand has sent prices through the roof on the secondary market. Expect to pay over $100 for just the cartridge alone, and maybe three times that if you’re looking for a complete copy. Even at those prices, Ninja Five-O is still worth checking out.
Unlike a lot of other SNES ports to the GBA, there were no major changes made to Super Mario World in bringing it to the handheld. If you select Luigi, he now jumps higher and runs slower for a slightly different experience, but that’s about it (plus the obligatory Mario Bros. remake that was included with all Mario Advance games).
But really, that’s fine. Super Mario World is such an amazing game that it didn’t need a ton of new levels or characters to convince people to pick it up. Whether you play it on the SNES or the GBA, it’s just one of those games that need to be experienced by anyone who considers him/herself a hardcore gamer.
The early 2000s were arguably Sega’s last gasps of greatness, and Sonic Advance 3 is one of the last great Sonic games before the blue blur fell into mediocrity if not complete irrelevance. Building on the previous two games in the series (both of which are also great), Sonic Advance 3 includes five playable characters. You pick any two at the start of each stage, which changes the abilities you can use in that level. It’s sort of a modified version of how Sonic and Tails worked together in the later Genesis titles.
The more cartoonish art-style and huge levels make Sonic look better than ever, and that includes some of the more recent games he’s starred in. In the past few years Sega seems to have forgotten what originally made Sonic great, but going back to his GBA games would be a good start to figuring out how to make better Sonic games in the future.
The third and final Castlevania game on the GBA managed to fix all the issues with the prior two games to create one of the best titles in the entire franchise. The graphics are crisp and detailed like in Harmony of Dissonance, but the game actually has a great soundtrack too like Circle of the Moon. The game has a fantastic map, and Konami also introduced the innovative soul system. It could take a while to farm the right souls from enemies, but almost every monster in the game gives you an ability that can be used on your quest to reach the master’s chamber.
Notice that I didn’t say “quest to defeat Dracula.” Aria of Sorrow is set in 2035, which actually makes the story quite a bit different from other entries in the series, including one particular twist that’s among the best in video game history.
As with Super Mario World, Nintendo didn’t change a whole lot when bringing one of the best games of the 16-bit era to the GBA. A Link to the Past is still arguably the greatest game of all time on GBA, but this version comes with the first Four Swords adventure as well.
Multiplayer Zelda has always been slightly controversial among fans. It can be a lot of fun going through dungeons together, but Nintendo has never made it easy for fans to play these levels. In this case, you’ll still need to gather four GBAs, four A Link to the Past cartridges, and a link cable to get it to work. Yeah, that’s a bit of a hassle, but at least the single-player game holds up and doesn’t require dropping $100 on decade-old technology.
The GBA was home to a lot of great ports of older RPGs, but this original adventure is easily the very best RPG on the system. Golden Sun’s story and puzzles may be simple, but figuring out which Djinn to set to which character required a fair bit of strategy, and the magic and summon animations are among the very best graphical effects on the handheld.
The sequel, The Lost Age, feels more like the second half of one complete game and is pretty much required playing after Golden Sun. You can even transfer characters and items between the two titles, a feature seen all too rarely in modern RPGs.
Nintendo fans will always argue whether Super Mario Bros. 3 is superior to Super Mario World, but there’s really no denying that Super Mario Bros. 3 got the better GBA port. The graphics are completely remade from the NES original. Mario is actually blue and red instead of black and burgundy like he was always meant to be, and the fire flower power-up doesn’t give him that weird red tint. These are welcome changes, and the ability to save the game makes it a little bit easier to play through, but the real highlight here is the e-reader support.
The e-reader was one of those goofy Nintendo peripherals that no one really bought, and was mostly useless except for one or two games. By attaching it to a second GBA and scanning proprietary cards into it, you could transfer it to a cartridge in a second GBA and unlock new content in a handful of games. In most instances, this was pretty useless, but in Super Mario Bros. 3, it meant the addition of 32 brand new stages and even the cape from Super Mario World. Sadly, Nintendo didn’t include this content in the Wii U re-release, and tracking down and purchasing all the cards online requires a decent investment, so hopefully, Nintendo will consider releasing a truly complete version of Super Mario Advance 4 on the Switch.
Nintendo isn’t the first company to come to mind when you think “hardcore military strategy sim,” yet the company’s forays into the niche genre are among the very best out there. Sure, the graphics are cartoony and the stories are much lighter than what you might find in many PC games, but there’s real depth in Advance Wars when it comes to building armies, taking cities, and moving the best units into place to counter the enemy. It’s kind of like Fire Emblem with tanks.
Advance Wars and its sequel, Black Hole Rising, arguably hold up better than any other GBA games, and they’re both readily available on the Wii U right now. It’s a shame that Nintendo hasn’t released a new entry in the series since 2008’s Days of Ruin for the DS.
Speaking of neglected Nintendo franchises, perhaps the only one more mysteriously forgotten than Advance Wars is Metroid. While Nintendo’s home consoles spent the 2000s doing a fine a job of exploring Metroid in the third dimension, Fusion arrived in 2002 as the true sequel to the beloved Super Metroid. The game does hold your hand more than its predecessor, but there’s still no shortage of secret areas, and unlocking new abilities in the fight against X parasites is a real joy.
While Fusion may not quite top Super Metroid, its gameplay is still top-notch in the Metroidvania genre. The story also does a fine job of moving the Metroid saga forward, as this is the last game in the series chronologically. Hopefully, Nintendo will finally give us a proper sequel to Fusion soon. It’s already been 14 years since it came out.
It’s a fair criticism of the Zelda franchise that many of the games are too similar, which is a real shame because some great things have come from letting developers experiment with the land of Hyrule. For The Minish Cap, Nintendo actually handed development off to Capcom, which crafted a unique take on Link, emphasizing the ability to shrink and grow as necessary in the environment. Main franchise antagonist Ganon is given a break here, as evil sorcerer Vaati takes center stage, and the game finally explains the origin of the Four Sword that takes center stage in the multiplayer Zelda games. You know, for the four people who were actually able to get everything together to play it in A Link to the Past.
The Minish Cap looks a little different and plays a little different from the other 2D Zelda games out there, and most of those changes are for the better. This is an accessible, fast, yet ultimately too-brief adventure, which is its only real problem.
The GBA was a system full of ports and remakes. That’s not always a good thing (as the huge number of last-gen ports to the PS4 and Xbox One have recently illustrated), but when those remakes are done as well as Zero Mission, it’s hard to complain. The original NES Metroid was great for its time, but by the early 2000s, it felt clunky, confusing, and overly difficult to most gamers. Zero Mission solved all of those problems.
This is the original Metroid with the graphics and faster gameplay of Metroid Fusion. The combination of the classic music and layout of the original with modern gameplay is simply stunning. Nintendo also fleshed out the story a little bit better to tie it into the Prime games, and added in completely new areas, including a section near the end of the game where Samus must survive without her iconic power suit. It’s a short game, but that really just means there’s no filler, and it’s easy to play over and over again to uncover every last secret and beat your previous times. Metroid: Zero Mission was the GBA at its absolute best.
The best PSP video games display simply what a little powerhouse the PlayStation Portable handheld was. First released in 2004, the PSP went up against the Nintendo 3DS yet used an extra multimedia approach. As well as launching with games like Lumines and also Metal Gear Acid, a number of movies were likewise readily available on the adorable little UMD cartridges, making the device a traveler's desire in a time before you could stream Netflix right to your phone on the early morning bus..
The PSP had its very own exclusives, a number of which you'll locate on this list of the most effective PSP games, but it additionally came to be a second residence for a few of the finest PS2 video games of perpetuity, which acquired a brand-new lease of life on the portable..
Whether you're a game enthusiast or just want to bask in some very early 2000s fond memories, this list of the 25 finest PSP games will provide you plenty to enjoy, and may simply make you go excavating in the attic room for your old portable chum..
Got a minute? Exactly how around fifty percent? Good, since that's constantly you get to save the entire dang world.
Established by Marvelous Home Entertainment, Half-Minute Hero turns common RPG conventions on their head by holding players to a 30-second time limit in which they need to fight demons and develop their powers in order to conserve the globe. Luckily, that timer can be reset, and also the enjoyable is available in using each groundhog day situation to push forward in the direction of better enemies, acquire better gear, as well as become usually better at kicking butt in thirty secs or less. Half-Minute Hero is a game that attempts its damndest to oppose categorization, yet you won't have time to care what it is.
For a game that deals in fatality and destruction, Killzone: Liberation stays not just one of one of the most refined as well as most beautiful games on the PSP, yet it's perhaps the most effective Killzone video game ever made.
Liberation swaps the FPS viewpoint for a top-down isometric view that incentives quickly activate fingers as high as tactical reasoning. The game is also difficult, training players to think before they fire and excellent their approach in every mission. Instead of a glut of weapons and also upgrades without perceivable benefits, a big assortment of technology as well as abilities will certainly maintain you constantly reconsidering what the best way to play is. With the addition of one of PSP's a lot of robust ad-hoc multiplayer settings, Liberation is truly among the PSP's awesome applications.
Why Level-5 felt required to reword Joan of Arc's background rather than developing a French heroine of their very own is past us. Yet despite, because this wonderful, demon-fighting version of the historic number does a great job of leading one of the inmost as well as most imaginative tactical role-playing game on the system.
Like Methods Ogre and also Final Dream Techniques, Jeanne D'Arc sees gamers taking on fights throughout an overworld map, accumulating brand-new team members and also leveling their groups in the process. Cutting-edge selections like utilizing skills rocks over classes, or establishing time limits for each and every battle offer Jeanne D'Arc a play design all its very own, while the anime presentation as well as swift-yet-complex fights do their part to raise it above others in the genre.
he name's XJ-0461. Clank XJ-0461. Remember it, since if you're in the mood for a cool and also reliable Cog and Clank spin-off, you can contact Secret Agent Clank to take care of the task.
Clank carries out this solo adventure with class, mixing traditional Cog as well as Clank gameplay with a good selection of 3D platforming diversions. You'll speed through lorry degrees, lord over Gadgebot goals, play out Quark's exaggerated memories, as well as even blast away opponents with Ratchet. With various gadgets and also over-the-top tools at his disposal, and acquainted good friends to fill out the spaces, Clank's spin-off comes fully-loaded with the series' hallmark creative thinking and gloss.
Screenshots do not do Every Extend Bonus justice, as it's very easy to dismiss Q Amusement's shoot- 'em- up as a colorful mess. Hang around finding out the ropes and covering your head (as well as eyes) around the explosive gameplay, however, as well as Every Extend Bonus will leave you star-struck.
The mission is straightforward: detonate a ship to trigger chain reactions and keep doing so until each main employer is damaged. It's learning just how to detonate tactically and when to risk all of it for power-ups that make each degree a hybrid of shiver gaming as well as problem solving. What's more, each phase includes new opponents, backgrounds, as well as songs made up by Tetsuya Mizuguchi (Rez, Lumines), making Every Extend Extra a game that always has something new showing up in its playlist.
7 was undoubtedly a lucky number for Nihon Falcom's activity RPG franchise business. Ys 7 stands for an evolution of the series, developing Ys' 2D sprites and atmospheres right into a full 3D journey with new party members to discover, new systems to fine tune, and fresh new methods which to send off justice in Altago.
You would certainly assume a 30+ hour RPG would wear its welcome on a portable system, however Ys Seven's satisfying combat, abundant globe, and interesting story maintains the mission sensation vibrant and also fresh.
Mega Guy Powered Up is not simply a remake of the original NES game. It gains its place below by drawing from the collection' humble starts and also reimagining them with cutesy new graphics, 2 new degrees, as well as settings of play that allow you swap Mega Male for among his robotic employers. Consider it like The Muppet Infants if the Muppet Babies were regularly blowing each other approximately nab their capacities from each other. If that weren't enough to maintain old-fashioned fans busy, it includes a degree editor and the capability to share player-created Mega Man phases with the world.
Ape Retreat: On the Loose is an excellent, thoughtful remake of the PS1 initial with upgraded graphics and also a smattering of brand-new monkey-themed minigames. The translation isn't best, and the controls miss out on something without the 2nd analog stick, but the video game's mix of platforming challenges, gadgetry, as well as charm overshadows these couple of grumbles. Ape wrangling is unpleasant job, besides, but ultimately it deserves it.
Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep would certainly have been simple to develop into a quick cash-in; a mobile Kingdom Hearts to milk fans constantly waiting for an appropriate sequel. Rather Square made one of the most crucial video games in the series, filling in the strange globe's tradition with the exact same level of care and also ambition as various other titles in the series such as the impressive Kingdom Hearts 2. Long prior to Kingdom Hearts 3 was introduced for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, this was the closest point everyone thought we would certainly get to a 3rd complete game.
Heroes Terra, Aqua, as well as Ventus produce a disorienting shift from Sora, but the game's Command Deck and D-Link combat technicians assist to maintain the journey moving with quick, fluid, and surprisingly deep enemy experiences. It just takes a couple of brows through to acquainted Disney locales to ease back into the Kingdom Hearts ambiance.
Grandmother Turismo PSP is a title that had no company looking as well as playing like it did on the PSP. Polyphony Digital hardly took its foot off the pedal when creating an unique GT experience for Sony's mobile, and the result is a standalone title that purrs.
No question, GT is wonderful to take a look at, but it likewise loads a whole lot under its hood. With over 800 automobiles, 35 tracks, and 60fps of raw auto racing performance, it offsets its lack of a traditional occupation setting or some of the much deeper modification you'll discover in other places in the series. Plus, GT PSP's ad-hoc car sharing and one-off multiplayer races are a wonderful touch.. If you have been looking for where to download games for a long time, go to our website https://roms-download.com/roms/playstation-portable
The very first Dissidia Final Dream might have turned the fan solution up, yet this sequel cranks its love for FF to 11 … emergency room … 012 … … it cranks it up to Duodecim.
Developed as an innovator to the initial Dissidia, Dissidia 012 mixes typical JRPG technicians with showy, high-octane one-on-one battling video game mechanics. It likewise fine-tunes a couple of balance issues from the first game and brings nine brand-new FF personalities right into the fold. This is explicitly an FF follower's joy yet there's plenty for newbies to cling to in Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy thanks to its staged antics.
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