Golden Sun Game Boy Advance Retro Review - GBA

Golden Sun Game Boy Advance - Reivew

When I first got my Game Boy Advance in 2010, Golden Sun (2001) was one of my first games. My younger brother told me it was a GBA-exclusive RPG that I would really enjoy.

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Fire Emblem Game Boy Advance Review - GBA

 Fire Emblem Review GBA

Story and Gameplay that Build on Each Other Keep Fire Emblem Fun

The Intro:

Released fifteen + years ago, Fire Emblem for the Game Boy Advance has proven itself one of those rare games well able to stand the test of time. The graphics have been surpassed, of course, but Fire Emblem was never primarily about the graphics.

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Shining Force: Resurrection of the Dark Dragon GBA Review

Shining Force GBA Review

 

Getting Lost all over Again, with Shining Force for Game Boy Advance

The Intro:

Shining Force: Resurrection of the Dark Dragon has had a remarkably good shelf life. The 2004 Game Boy Advance strategy RPG is, in fact, itself a remake of a 1992 Sega Genesis game.

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Advance Wars 1 Game Boy Advance Review, GBA

Advance Wars Game Boy Advance

Retro Review: Advance Wars Is as Accessible, Challenging, and Fun as Ever

Advance Wars for the Game Boy Advance has an unusual release history. Originally intended as a Japanese exclusive because Nintendo didn’t think Westerners would be into turn-based strategy (TBS), this classic game eventually released first in North America…on September 10, 2001.

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Final Fantasy IV Advance: GBA Retro Review

Final Fantasy IV Advance Review

Note: The Story section of this review contains story spoilers.

Intro:

Originally published for the SNES in the States in 1991 as Final Fantasy II, Final Fantasy IV Advance (for the Gameboy Advance) is the oldest Final Fantasy game I’ve played.

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Game Boy Advance Final Fantasy VI Review - GBA

Final Fantasy VI GBA Review

Final Fantasy VI Intro:

I became a Final Fantasy fan in 1997 with FFVII, and have played every (non-MMO) game in the series since. I only just now went back to the game in the series most likely to give FFVII a run for its money as best Final Fantasy ever

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