The 5 Top-Notch GameBoy Advance Games of All Timesby Peter Patisson RocketFiles Content Manager
The Game Boy Advance is one of the greatest handheld consoles of all time but as well as the best video game console. It took all the advantages of GameBoy to an entirely new level. From its launch to its sad end, the Game Boy Advance provided us with the awesome titles that were played by millions of gamers. Even today some games can bring you to those times when handled consoles ruled the world and play the best GBA games using emulators and ROMs for your devices.
Let's take a look at the best 5 GBA games that stand the test of time.
Metroid Fusion was released in 2002 as the true sequel to the beloved Super Metroid game. The game is really more exciting and enjoyable than a predecessor, but it still doe not contain enough secret areas to explore. But it is not a big problem as you can continue unlocking new abilities in the fight against X parasites and enjoy this process.
Metroid Fusion has top-notch gameplay in the Metroidvania genre. The game is the last game in the series chronologically and its story does a fine job to move the Metroid saga forward. You should probably paly Metroif Fusion again and you will not be disappointed.
Mega Man Zero
Mega Man Zero series is the best spin-off of the original Mega Man series. This game tweaked the classic Mega Man gameplay and added upgradeable secondary weapons and mission objectives together with defeating bosses and Cyber Elves that could alter entire levels.
Despite those additions to the gameplay, the game is considered to be one of the most difficult games in the Mega Man series. But it will not screw up your expectations from this game if you've not played it before.
Super Mario Advance 3: Yoshi’s Island
Yoshi’s Island was re-released in 2002 on GBA after its first release on SNES that was not so successful. The GBA's Super Mario Advance 3: Yoshi’s Island
was appreciated by gamers as one of the greatest platformers of all-time.
This port added eight fantastic new levels to a game that was already approached to perfection. This original Yoshi's Island game is considered to be a masterpiece in the Mario World games franchise.
Castlevania: Circle of the Moon
Circle of the Moon was one of the best GBA titles, and it held up well throughout the handheld’s lifetime. The game kept the huge, nonlinear map of the previous game in the series, and focused on classic whip combat. The new Dual Set-up System focused on combining all magic cards you could find throughout the castle.
Yes, the game was infamously too dark to see while playing it on the original GBA, but if you use emulators to run this game on your PC you can finally enjoy this lengthy and challenging adventure.
The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap
The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap has become one of the best franchise games. Nintendo actually handed the technology developed by Capcom, which gave the ability to our hero to grow or shrink if it is required while passing the levels. This chapter finally explains the origin of the Four Sword that takes center stage in the multiplayer Zelda games.
The Minish Cap looks and plays a little different from the other 2D Zelda games out there, and most of the changes are good enough to place it among the best Zelda franchise titles and best games for GBA.
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