True Nintendo fans and handheld console enthusiasts have played the games below, and if not, it’s about time you played them!
The GameBoy with the big screen was a sensation in its day. The console was very cool for its buttons and pocket size. Nintendo managed to sell 81.5 million copies of the GBA in all that time, and more than 1,500 games appeared on the console. The most popular ones are represented in this list.
Golden Sun/Golden Sun: The Lost Age (2001/2002)
A game from Retro Dodo is not just another RPG but a masterpiece with a gripping plot that is very addictive.
In Golden Sun/Golden Sun: The Lost Age, it is better to play slowly because the game will unfold the best way, and you will fully understand the storyline. The player needs to go on a mission and try to stop the magical forces of alchemy from getting into the world of Weyward. It’s packed with turn-based play, collectibles, extraordinary abilities, and characters.
The game is colorful, combining magic and mystery to please and fall in love.
Final Fantasy Tactics Advance (2003)
The Final Fantasy spin-off is a mind-blowing tactical game that requires you to show patience and tactical skills. You need to assemble a group of fighters to complete all the epic battles.
The project tells the story of 4 children who find themselves in a parallel world thanks to a magical book. This classic from Square is a perfect game to relax and unwind.
Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow (2003)
This project brings together epic music, skeletons, and dangerous dungeons. Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow is the third and final game in the series for the GBA. Castlevania fits perfectly into the action/RPG genre, combining puzzles, fantastic characters, and storylines.
In Aria of Sorrow, a protagonist is a young man named Soma who goes to Dracula’s castle. According to prophecy, it’s the year 2035, which means it’s time for his reincarnation.
The game has various characters in the story with whom Soma interacts and fights. It’s a good game that perfectly complements the whole saga.
Yoshi’s Island (2002)
Little Mario is separated from little Luigi because Kameka intervenes; Yoshi and Yoshi’s Island must reunite. Typically Mario gives instructions to Yoshi, but now it’s the other way around here.
This game showed Yoshi’s signature jump and ability to turn enemies into eggs for the first time. Shy Guy also debuted here.
The game has many collectibles and puzzles to solve.
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga (2003)
The next Mario project broke into GameBoy Advance for a long time. Mario has appeared in many different games over the years, and here he copes along with Luigi.
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga provides enemies with a new side that is very strong. Use all the crazy attacks and go further in the story.
The graphics in the game are bright and pleasing, and the gameplay is perfectly designed to bring pleasure to the gameplay.
Metroid Fusion (2002)
The game’s protagonist Samus is one of the strongest and most fearless in the franchise. The character travels in space, killing deadly enemies and versions of Ridley.
Metroid Fusion is a side-scrolling adventure game where everything is in an open world. Meet numerous puzzles, shooting, space battles, and powerful enemies. Samus needs to defeat infected enemies and get parts of an energy suit with lost abilities for doing so.
Play this futuristic shooter with a compelling story that is the best project of its kind on the GameBoy Advance.
Super Mario Advance (2001)
Super Mario Advance is a remake of Super Mario Bros. 2. It is an excellent remake, which differs from the others with richer graphics and beautiful backgrounds. Separately we should talk about the detailed improvement of the characters.
Here you can play Mario, Luigi, Peaches or Toad. Each character is given different abilities for different game situations. Enemies are destroyed by throwing interesting objects at them, such as radishes.
The game has 20 levels in 7 worlds. Each world and story has its obstacles to overcome. All the usual enemies return, including Shy Guy.
Pokemon Ruby/Emerald/Saphire (2002/2004)
Three GameBoy Advance games in the world of Pokemon have made it to our rankings at once.
Pokemon Sword and Shield came out as soon as Pokemon fever broke out worldwide. Pokemon Emerald/Ruby/Sapphire completely revolutionized the industry of games that involve Pokemon.
Pikachu and Pinsir remain the foremost warriors here as well. The battles occur in much the same way as in Red and Blue. The gameplay cuts through amazingly, in the spirit of the Pokemon games.
The Legend Of Zelda – The Minish Cap (2004)
The Zelda universe has managed to fall in love with millions of users. The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap is one of the few that Nintendo did not create. Capcom was responsible for the result.
Now Link gets smaller when he needs to visit the world of Picory, where he can explore new places.
The gameplay in the game is excellent, as it combines the best parts of Links Awakening and A Link To The Past and adds exciting ideas that we’re able to show the main character Link in a completely different world.
Mario Kart: Super Circuit (2001)
Mario Kart is, according to experts, the best game in Nintendo’s history, deservedly ranking first among all GameBoy Advance games.
Mario Kart: Super Circuit was a huge success. It has great tracks, and the racers are the usual suspects. The graphics in the project made great, while the gameplay was better and of higher quality.
Players can compete on 20 tracks and 20 original tracks in the first Super Mario Kart game. Many players love Mario Kart because the game is simple, entertaining, and allows you to have a great time with your friends.