Game Boy Advance was released in Japan on March 21, 2001 -on June 22 of the same year in Spain-. It was the successor to the successful Game Boy and Game Boy Color, and its 32-bit system allowed graphic quality for 2D games far superior to predecessor laptops. Two years later it would undergo a radical change with the Game Boy Advance SP, a folding model with an illuminated screen, although it was not the last: another revision would be released later and the Game Boy Micro, of a smaller size. It reached 81.5 million consoles sold and had connectivity with GameCube, Nintendo’s home console at the time, for some game functions. Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles The The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures.

Game Boy Advance turns 20 today

Game Boy Advance was the home to a multitude of games that we review in our report dedicated to the console. Some re-released new and classic Zelda games were highlighted, such as The Legend of Zelda: Minish Cap, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, more adaptations of Super Nintendo and sagas known to all as Mario Kart, Mario & Luigi, Wario Land o go Sonic Advance -This is the time when Sega began to develop for other systems. But there are many other memorable games on the laptop: Golden Sun Y Golden Sun: The Lost Age, several Castlevania, Metroid Fusion Y Metroid: Zero Mission, Mother 3, Fire Emblem o go Pokmon Rub/Zafiro/Esmeralda The Fire Red Pokémon Y Green leaf, which became the console’s best-selling releases.

A huge catalog for all tastes

“A true machine that lasted 9 years on the market before it was discontinued and that delighted us with an overwhelming catalog of games, both in quantity and quality. In fact, we are convinced that We are not the only ones who still use it from time to time to return to enjoy many of the jewels that he left us while we sigh while waiting for Nintendo to decide to bring their titles to Switch in some way “, we tell you in our review of Game Boy Advance.

GBA’s 15 best-selling games

1. Pokmon Rub y Pokmon Zafiro: 16.22 million
2. Fire Red Pokémon and Leaf Green Pokémon: 12 millions
3. Pokmon Edicin Esmeralda: 7.06 million
4. Mario Kart: Super Circuit: 5.91 million
5. Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2: 5.69 million
6. Super Mario Advance: 5.57 million
7. Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros 3: 5.43 million
8. Namco Museum: 2.96 million
9. Pac-Man Collection: 2.94 million
10. Yoshi’s Island: Super Mario Advance 3: 2.83 million
11. The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past: 2.82 million
12. Pokémon Mysterious World: Red Rescue Team: 2.36 million
13. NES Classics Series: Super Mario Bros.: 2.27 million
14. Wario Land 4: 2.2 million
15. Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga: 2.15 million

Game Boy Advance turns 20 today




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