Nintendo Game Boy Advance Purple Console
Price Range:$249.99 to $348.94
The future of handheld gaming looks brighter than ever, thanks to Nintendo. Building on the success of the spectacular Game Boy Advance,... Read More
The future of handheld gaming looks brighter than ever, thanks to Nintendo. Building on the success of the spectacular Game Boy Advance, Game Boy Advance SP features a revolutionary Front Light Screen making game play easy in any lighting condition. Powered by a rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery, you're good for about 10 hours of game play with only three hours needed to recharge. All current and future Game Boy Advance games are compatible with the new system, and just like the original GBA, GBA SP is backward compatible, allowing access to a massive library of games and accessories. Minimize
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6 Reviews from Epinions.com
Jun 30, 2003
Gameboy Advance SP: - Now With a Brighter Screen! (Nintendo Write-Off)
Pros: Ultra Sleek Design, Backlight, Rechargeable Battery
Cons: I Just Bought My GBA Like 2 Years Ago.
Give In and Pick Yourself up a Gameboy Advance SP If You Haven't Already Done So. Read More at Epinions.com
May 17, 2004
Game Boy Advance SP - My Partner in Crime Until the Nintendo DS Comes Out
Pros: rich game collection, backlight screen, rechargeable battery, sleek design, clamshell design
Cons: the re-designed shoulder buttons, no headphone jack
The Game Boy Advance is a top of the line portable gaming system. The game selection and amazing new features make it worth the cash. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 10, 2003
Great improvements in the Game Boy Advance SP
Pros: Compact design, built-in light and flip up screen
Cons: None that I can see so far.
Great improvements make the Game Boy Advance SP a must-have handheld. Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 24, 2003
Nintendo Finally Escapes The Dark Ages
Pros: Finally, the screen is lit up
Cons: Nintendo is, oh, 10 or so years late on this 'innovation'
I hate you Nintendo. I love you Nintendo. Damn you, Nintendo. Damn you. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 2, 2006
A retrogamer's dream system!
Pros: More classic titles than you can shake a stick at; rechargeable battery; durable construction
Cons: Nintendo killed Atari -- hard for a classic gamer to get past that fact
Shove those old portables in the closet. The Game Boy Advance SP will do everything a classic gamer wants, and then some. Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 27, 2004
The Game Boy Advance SP
Pros: Lots and lots of games available
Cons: No headphone jack, still pretty expensive
If you dig portable gaming, the GBA SP is the way to go. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 12, 2004
Handheld Video Game Systems: Game Boy Advance SP. Yes sir, I like it!
Pros: Backlit, rechargable battery, secure unit.
Cons: Shoulder buttons, no headphone jack.
If you love video games, and sometimes are away from a TV and a console, give it a shot. Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 25, 2008
Game Boy Advance: simple and durable
Pros: Long lasting battery, mutable speaker, small size, durable.
Cons: Games aren't as complex or good looking as Playstation Portable.
Younger gamers (10 and younger) are just right for this system. It's a fun way to play! Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 31, 2005
SP still holds it own aganst the DS and the PSP
Pros: tons of game, back lit screen on the new ones
Cons: small L and R buttons, keeping track of the adapter.
GBA SP Read More at Epinions.com
May 18, 2003
Almost perfect... almost.
Pros: Batteries? We don't need no stinkin' batteries! Or a light source for that matter.
Cons: Um, stereo sound is going to cost you extra.
Awesome and everything a portable should be. Now if only there was a headphone jack that you didn't have to pay for... maybe the Advance SP+ Alpha or something? Read More at Epinions.com