developed and published by Nintendo / GameBoy Advance / 23.05.2005 1 player / 1 save slot / cartridge with gyro sensor and rumble The Wario Ware series turned a new leaf with Twisted!, featuring a built-in gyro sensor that detected the orientation of the cartridge. You play most of the included 200 micro games by […]
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The director of the original Mario RPG returns to the series on the GameBoy Advance, and mixes things up by allowing players to control both brothers simultaneously.
The 2nd Castlevania game to hit the GBA has its share of faults, but is good enough to recommend.
A GameBoy Advance launch title that, for the most part, lives up to fan expectations.
A collection of more than 200 wildly varied “micro” games presented in a distinctly hand-made style make this one of the most unique and enjoyable GameBoy games ever made.
A thorough review of one of the best strategy RPGs for the GameBoy Advance.
Metroid Zero Mission is a remake of the original 8-bit game, bringing with it a modern design philosophy that makes the game much more playable and enjoyable.
Metroid Fusion is an unusually story driven and linear chapter in the series, but hits all the right notes fans expect.