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Parakoopa
Posted on 10-22-17 03:35 PM Link | #90762
Share some awesome GBA games here. Some of my favourites are Mario Vs Donkey Kong, Mario Kart, and all the Advance series games. Also I really wanna play the Doom GBA ports, but haven't gotten round to it yet.

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Skek
Posted on 10-22-17 03:56 PM Link | #90764
Pokemon: Kuribo Version

I like Pokemon Fire Red and Emerald, I need to play more GBA games now that I think about it.

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Parakoopa
Posted on 10-22-17 04:08 PM Link | #90765
You should totally play Mario Vs Donkey Kong, its awesome.

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N64 Arctus
Posted on 10-22-17 04:49 PM (rev. 2 of 10-22-17 04:51 PM) Link | #90766
I really like Super Mario Advance 2, and Super Mario Advance 4, but that's mainly because they were the only two I owned when I was 6 and re-owned when I was 9(since I lost my original copies, as well as my GBA, my mom thinks one of my uncles stole them).

I even still have my newer copy of SMA2, albeit, without the label anymore, since I used to take my DS outside a lot. But the reason I no longer have SMA4 is because one of my sisters, I think, gave my newer copy of SMA4 to our neighbors without my permission.

Another game I really like now, but didn't as a 9 year old, was Mario Kart Super Circuit, and the main thing I like about Super Circuit is the music and course designs, and of course having played MK64 when I was 7 or 8, I expected MKSC to have 3d courses, much to my 9 year old self's disappointment, and I also used to hate it because I was terrible at it, but not so much now, since I actually know how to drift.

Now, as far as Pokemon goes, I didn't start playing until I found a copy of Crystal in my grandfather's garage when I was 11(which, to this day, is my favorite Pokemon game), but that's a GBC game, not GBA. But, I remember someone who played Emerald on his SP, back when I was at a summer daycare service for elementary school kids in 2006, and he was a bit rude to me whenever I wanted to watch him play his game, as well as whenever I would ask if something was wrong with his system because I thought the overworld poison effect was his SP freaking out.

Also, I've played a bit of Super Mario Advance and Super Mario Advance 3 using an emulator(and SMA at a Toys R Us GBA SP kiosk), but I think I would like them more if I had them as actual GBA carts, as I feel they were intended to be played.

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ScarletWavez
Posted on 10-23-17 05:42 AM Link | #90775
I love the fact all the SNES tracks are in MKSC and the fact it feels like a true successor to SMK with an updated engine and generally is more fun. ^^

N64 Arctus
Posted on 10-23-17 10:37 AM Link | #90785
When I was 9, I didn't even know that the SNES courses were in MKSC until a semi-friend of mine(I say semi-friend because he was a client of my grandfather or something, so I didn't see him very often) showed me that they were in the game, and even then, I didn't even know that SMK even existed, because, well, I was 9.

Also, somewhat related, I love how most people think that MKSC is the only Mario Kart game without the main series tune in the title theme, but if you listen closely, you'll find it, it's just heavily remixed to fit the rest of the title theme.

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poudink
Posted on 10-24-17 07:39 AM Link | #90793
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Parakoopa
Posted on 10-24-17 12:11 PM Link | #90798
I couldn't agree more.

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fiver
Posted on 11-20-17 08:00 AM Link | #91209
dude I love the GBA

fire emblem 6, 7, and 8 are real fun, but I also like Leaf Green/Fire Red and Kirby's Nightmare in Dreamland

haven't really played much else aside from that mario kart game and Madden
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Swingball
Posted on 11-20-17 06:09 PM (rev. 2 of 11-20-17 06:09 PM) Link | #91235
Super Mario Advance 3 for its cool 3d-ish graphics and extra secret levels, etc. 8-)

N64 Arctus
Posted on 11-20-17 11:30 PM Link | #91242
It was because of SMA4 that all versions of SMB3 became my favorite 2d Mario game(with SMW and SMA2 being a close second collectively), since it was the first of the two Mario games I got and played when I was 6 (the other being SMA2), and even though I couldn't even get past the first pipe in World 1-1(pretty pathetic in my opinion) for several months after I got the game, I still found it to be a pretty good game when I finally got good enough to beat it.

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Hiccup
Posted on 11-22-17 02:35 PM Link | #91302
Metroid Fusion
Yoshi's Island
Sacred Stones, though I never finished that

fiver
Posted on 11-22-17 03:52 PM Link | #91320
sacred stones is great. Shame it's really, really easy, though.
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Baby Luigi
Posted on 12-07-17 06:23 PM Link | #91785
Mario Party Advance is a surprisingly underrated Mario Party game. I don't think it deserves to be called "lowest rated Mario game ever". I mean, there's probably a Mario game that has to occupy that spot, but I still think it's pretty decent. The single-player campaign is unique and I'd like to play through it again and experience all the dialouge.

I also find Mario Kart: Super Circuit underrated too. It was pretty amazing for its time and I still pick it up every now and then. I like the track designs and the amount of variety, and while the controls could take some time getting used too, they're nothing too terrible.

Kirby and the Amazing Mirror is my favorite GBA game. Love the Metroidvania feel of it so much.

I also did like Pokemon Ruby and FireRed but mainline Pokemon did fell out of my favor because they got boring for me...I do like Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team though.

poudink
Posted on 12-07-17 08:26 PM Link | #91795
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I mean, there's probably a Mario game that has to occupy that spot, but I still think it's pretty decent.
Hotel Mario.

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Baby Luigi
Posted on 12-07-17 08:54 PM Link | #91798
I find that game like barely a Mario game.

Sevrault
Posted on 12-14-17 12:03 AM Link | #92024
oh yeah, Mario Party Advance. I remember playing that all the time back then. I never got to finish it sadly, since I was like 5-6 xd

I had no clue people actually disliked it lmao

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poudink
Posted on 12-14-17 05:50 PM Link | #92043
People dislike it for its lack of multiplayer (which I entirely agree with). I mean, that kinda defeats the whole purpose of the series.

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Baby Luigi
Posted on 12-15-17 06:46 PM Link | #92090
Mario Party Advance has a stronger single-player, though than the rest of the series. I think the games would have been better with a story mode like it than whatever they usually do in the main games.


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