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|EverDrive X5 Flash Cart for the Game boy Advance, GBA and Nintendo DS Lite
Lowest new price: $149.99
List price: $149.99
Now you can have an entire library of GBA games on one cart! Hurry up and order your Everdrive GB now! Features: High compatibility. Near to 100% compatibility with GBA game library All save types supported, no ROM patching required Fast Loading (most games load within 1 - 2 seconds) 256Mbit PSRAM (32MByte) ROM memory 1Mbit SRAM (128KByte) save memory Real-time clock support Low power consumption SD, SDHC and SDXC cards are supported. Tested with micro-SD cards up to 64GB FAT32 support Supported with gamecube player, super retro advance adapter and other GBA accessories. There will be special price available one month after launch.
- You can run all games from a one single game cart
- All save types supported, no ROM patching required
- Fast Loading (most games load within 1 - 2 seconds)
- Supported with gamecube player, super retro advance adapter and other GBA accessories
- High compatibility. Near to 100% compatibility with GBA games library
|Game Boy Advance - Fuchsia
Lowest new price: $279.99
Lowest used price: $24.98
List price: $99.99
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - handheld game system
Dimensions (WxDxH): 14.4 cm x 2.4 cm x 8.2 cm
Expansion Slots Total: 1 game cartridge slot
Processor: 1 x Sharp ARM7TDMI
Weight: 140 g
The Game Boy platform (which includes the original unit, the Game Boy Pocket, and the Game Boy Color) came to market when most video game consoles had a life expectancy of just a few years. More than a decade later, the system is still going strong. How did the Game Boy successfully compete--and in some cases bury--an onslaught of faster, more powerful handheld and home console systems? Let us count the ways: affordability, a huge library of games that consistently made the most of the hardware's limitations, smart power management that extended battery life, and uncluttered controls. But perhaps it was the system's ultraportable design that allowed devotees to play video games around their schedules, making it the must-have system for kids and adults alike.
Now the Game Boy Advance (or GBA as people are already calling it) comes to us with power that would have been unthinkable back in the day. The portable's 32-bit RISC CPU runs circles around the former's 8-bit workhorse, allowing it to process program instructions much faster. What that means to everyday gamers is more intricate visuals, more simultaneous movement on the screen, and better sound. In fact, the often-annoying beeps and boops of old-school Game Boy titles are being replaced with digitized stereo sound. The extra processing muscle also means you can even network up to four Game Boy Advance units together, via the communication cable, for multiplayer fun off of one shared cartridge. Only two Game Boy Color units could link together, and each unit had to have its own copy of the game.
What's not being replaced, however, is the wide selection of Game Boy games. Because the Game Boy Advance system is backward-compatible, it will play its own line of colorful games--including such launch titles as Super Mario Advance, F-Zero: Maximum Velocity, Army Men Advance, High Heat Major League Baseball 2002, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, and Ready 2 Rumble Boxing: Round 2--as well as all of the monochrome and color games that have already been released for the previous Game Boy systems (nearly 500 in total). Players can view the older games in their smaller, originally square dimensions, or, with the touch of the shoulder button, expand the game to fit the GBA's larger screen. We tried enlarging the screen on a Game Boy Color edition of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 and found that Mr. Hawk was much easier to see.
When you first pick up the system, you'll be amazed at how lightweight it is. At fewer than 5 ounces and a little larger than a deck of playing cards, the system easily fits into a shirt pocket without any sag. The GBA's wider shape fits better into a wider range of hands. The former design too often pushed the left and right thumb knuckles together during gameplay. The new layout should be comfortable for all ages, and the center screen orientation makes it easy to see.
Game Boy Color owners will find the GBA's larger screen somewhat darker than they're used to, but that's because the screen is outfitted with antiglare technology. Like the old Game Boy Color, the color LCD is not backlit, so you need pretty good light to play by. Unlike that system, though, you won't be craning your neck and tilting the unit to see around the hot-spot reflection of the light bulb in your screen.
But you'll also notice the graphics. Sporting what's basically a redesigned SNES technology, you'll see things on the GBA that the big consoles do, such as scaling (making objects larger or smaller) and rotation effects--technological advances that will affect the look of everything from crossing a finish line to throwing a touchdown pass to crawling through a dungeon.
Some might argue that Nintendo could have tried to put even more power into this Game Boy Advance. After all, the 32-bit video game had its heyday more than five years ago. Perhaps, but after handling this new handheld, we're inclined to think that Nintendo wisely struck a balance between size, price, and power consumption. And considering how well the old 8-bit system weathered the decade's technological storms, we think the Game Boy Advance is here to stay, and we're glad. --Porter B. Hall
- CPU: 32-bit RISC CPU with embedded memory
- Screen: 2.9-inch reflective TFT color LCD
- Display Size: 1.6 by 2.4 inches (40.8 by 61.2 mm)
- Resolution: 38,000 pixels in a widescreen aspect ratio (10,000 per square inch)
- Colors: 512 simultaneous colors from a palette of 32,768
- Size: 3.2 by 5.6 by 1 inch (82 by 144.5 by 24.5 mm)
- Weight: Approximately 5 ounces (140 grams)
- Power Supply: 2 AA alkaline batteries
- Battery Life: Approximately 15 hours continuous play
- Fuchsia/Transparent Pink color
|369 in 1 Game Boy Advance GBA Multicart w/ Battery Save - Clear Blue
Lowest new price: $29.34
List price: $39.95
- 369 of the most popular classic retro games on one Game Boy Advance cartridge!
- Click on the second pic for the full games list. Features many classic hits & rare titles.
- Includes small translucent game case.
- Features battery save feature for those games that have a save game option.
- Region free and compatible in the Game Boy Advance, GBA SP, Game Boy Micro, original DS, DS Lite, and Game Boy Player for GameCube
|369 in 1 GameBoy Advanced Games
Lowest new price: $32.00
GBASPGBA/GBDS series Game type : All the old time classics
- 369 Game Boy Advanced Games
- Pokemon Games
- Super Mario Bros
- for Nintendo GBM/GBA/GB
|Mario & Luigi Superstar Saga
Lowest new price: $119.97
Lowest used price: $10.95
List price: $29.99
Join Mario and Luigi as they team up in a strange new land for an action-packed quest to retrieve Princess Peach's stolen voice.
- A powerful with has taken Princess Peach's voice and replaced it with explosives! Mario and Luigi will travel with their old enemy Bowser to the neighboring kingdom and try to remove the curse!
- Travel on foot through a new world of platform action, with new challenges and enemies
- New control setup lets you control Mario & Luigi separately, or both at once for super-combos
- Meet with classic Mario characters and opponents throughout the game
- Puzzle-solving and role-playing elements combine with classic platform gaming
|Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
Lowest new price: $255.99
Lowest used price: $36.17
List price: $29.99
Model: GANIN 045496735203
For generations, the nations of Magvel have lived in perfect peace. Now, defying all reason, the Grado Empire has invaded neighboring Renais. Twin heirs to the throne of Renais, Eirika and Ephraim fight to free their kingdom and uncover the secret behind their former ally's treachery in Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones.
- Take on all-new monster battles and the Tower of Valni, with floor after floor of challenging fights, to gain the experience your soldiers need
- As your soldiers increase in skill, you'll be able to choose between multiple classes to customize your army -- cavaliers, paladins, knighst and more are at your disposal
- Field dozens of new soldiers and units on the field, from pegasus knights to mage knights
- New submaps you'll be able to enter and leave at will, plus a new class change system for upgrades
|Donkey Kong Country
Lowest new price: $299.90
Lowest used price: $11.99
The arcade classic gets new life when Donkey, Diddy and his pal's run, jump and race their way through more outrageous action.
- It's up to you to help Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong take back what was stolen by the evil Kremling King K. Rool
- This classic Super NES game has been recreated exactly on the Game Boy Advance, for action-packed gameplay wherever you go
- Switch between the stronger Donkey Kong & the agile Diddy Kong as you battle banana-hungry Kremlings on multiple levels
- Team up with animals like Rambi the Rhino and Expresso the Ostrich to tackle the maddening platform challenges
- All-new multiplayer minigames, a convenient save-anywhere feature, detailed stat screens and collectable character art add to the fun of the classic original
|Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3
Lowest new price: $296.00
Lowest used price: $8.99
List price: $19.99
One of the most memorable games of all time comes to the Game Boy Advance! In this picture-perfect port of the Super NES classic Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, the unlikely duo of brave Yoshi and baby Mario must together brave the beautiful yet treacherous wilds of Yoshi's Island. Richly varied gameplay, brilliant graphics and precision control perfectly meld in an adventure you won't be able to put down!
Oh no! It looks like your granddad was right--things really were better in the old days. At least they were if you liked 2-D platform games, and Yoshi’s Island is indisputably one of the best ever made.
Yoshi’s Island goes back in time to recount the touching story of the various Yoshis' attempts to unite Baby Mario with his parents. You don’t actually control the Italian plumber-to-be but instead his dinosaur pal, who has the curious ability to eat his enemies and then immediately turn them into eggs, which he can then fling at more enemies.
Since Yoshi isn’t particularly fast and can float in midair for a few seconds after making a jump, the whole dynamics of the normal Mario gameplay have changed, but the same incredible attention to detail and endless imagination that mark all of Nintendo’s best efforts are still here in full effect. In fact they’re joined this time, after the rather plain-looking prequel, by some wonderful pastel-shaded graphics that were jaw-dropping when the game was originally released in 1995 and still manage to impress now.
As with the other Super Mario Advance titles, this game also contains a four-player version of the original Mario Bros. arcade game, making it even more of a bargain than it already was. --David Jenkins, Amazon.co.uk
- When the stork was delivering a set of twins, a Koopa named Kamek interfered and made the stork drop one of them. It fell on Yoshi's bak, and now Yoshi's going to reunite the twins!
- Guide Yoshi past the dangerous traps set by Kamek and his soldiers
- Use Yoshi's unique abilities, from throwing eggs to eating enemies, to beat the bad guys back
- Find the morph bubbles that make Yoshi shapeshift and give him all-new powers
- Find all the stars, coins and flowers to unlock cool secrets
|Fire Emblem: Sword of Seals (Binding Blade)
Lowest used price: $24.99
The continent of Elibe was once wrecked by a fierce was between man and a dragon, known as Scouring. Almost a thousand years later, a new war arises as the Kingdom of Bern unexpectedly invades the surrounding nations. When the invasion reaches Lycia, Roy, son of Marquess Pherae, fights against Bern in his ailing father's place. Play this erpic story in English on your GBA, start to finish.
- English translated, available on GBA
- Direct port from Japanese version
|Nintendo Switch Case Travel Carrying Case for Nintendo Switch with 8 Built-in Game Card Holders
Lowest new price: $12.99
List price: $12.99
NINTENDO SWITCH TRAVEL CARRYING CASE:
Designed to make your new Nintendo Switch Console even more portable & travel friendly. Protects Nintendo Switch from accidental bumps, scratches, and drops while in case
Designed with 2 elastics to fasten the Nintendo Switch. So the Nintendo Switch won't collide with other things while in the case.
Fits the Nintendo Switch tablet, 2 x Joy-Con controllers.The separated pockets protect your Joy-Con controller better.
8 built-in game card holders allow you to take your favorite games on the go. A zipped mesh pocket provide storage room for small Nintendo accessories like charging cable, ear buds, SD cards, and extra joy-cons.
TOUGH AND DURABLE:
Hard EVA case keeps your device protected while the soft inner material keeps your device free from scratches.
Perfect carry case for keeping your Nintendo Switch securely stored when travelling or when not in use.
- DESIGN FOR NINTENDO SWITCH SIZE - Protect your Nintendo Switch in our unique stylish black carrying case! Provided a hand ring, easy to carry anywhere.
- EXCELLENT PROTECTION - Sturdy carrying case for Nintendo Switch. Protects Nintendo Switch from accidental bumps, scratches, and drops while in case. Soft interior protects Nintendo Switch from scratches and wear.
- STORAGE AND PORTABLE - 8 built-in game card holders allow you to take your favorite games on the go. A zipped mesh pocket provide storage room for small Nintendo accessories like charging cable, ear buds, SD cards, and extra joy-cons.
- DURABLE MATERILS - Use durable PU leather fabric, all-around zipper keeps device secure, easy to clean.
- ULTRA SLIM AND LIGHTWEIGHT - Taking specifically technology, the case is ultra slim and light to provide a comfortable carrying anytime and anywhere.
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