Nintendo Game Boy Advance Gray Console
Price Range:$349.99 to $478.90
If you're serious about handheld gaming, get the Game Boy Advance Limited Edition Platinum. Now you can play in style with this... Read More
If you're serious about handheld gaming, get the Game Boy Advance Limited Edition Platinum. Now you can play in style with this collector's item in the new slick platinum color. Be the envy of your friends when you show up with this cooler than cool system. It's all the fun of the original Game Boy Advance with the large screen, awesome graphics and huge variety of games, only now it's sleek, sophisticated and stylish. Minimize
Product Review Summary
265 Reviews from Epinions.com
Aug 8, 2002
Gameboy Advance: The Latest Advancement In Portable Gaming (The Nintendo Write-Off)
Pros: Great Library of Games, Top Notch Titles Coming In The Future
Cons: Screen Scratches too Easily and Is Hard To Look At, Not Enough Buttons
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Oct 14, 2003
The Gameboy Advance System: A Playground for Old School Gamers
Pros: Small, light, powerful, cheap, backwards compatibility, good quality game library
Cons: flimsy parts, dark screen, not pocket size (for most people), needs more buttons
The Gameboy advance great system that will stand the test of time. It's a great investment for any gamer. Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 27, 2001
Game Boy Advance- Just what my kids wanted
Pros: New larger color screen, better sound
Cons: limited battery life
Great little gaming system, perfect for long trips as long as you bring plenty of batteries. Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 9, 2001
It looks like my little Gameboy is all grown up...
Pros: Stronger than the SNES so it could handle its library!!! I'm marking out...
Cons: Nintendo's CEO won't let Square port to GBA if they don't program for GameCube.
It takes something amazing to really peak my interest before it comes out. Just the launch games and backward compatibility warrant the purchase. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 4, 2002
Advance your diseased hamburger anus to the store and pick one up. Now. (Lexiphiliac write-off)
Pros: Great graphics/sound for its size. Excellent library of games already, and more to come. Backwards-compatible.
Cons: Backlighting is dim, requiring either a light accessory, or that you play at a store.
If this review doesnt sway you into purchasing a Game Boy Advance, youre a mummified crotch-muffin. Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 28, 2006
Is That A GBA In Your Pocket or Are You Just Happy To See Me?
Pros: Nice design, easy operation, volume control, full color screen capabilities.
Cons: Can consume batteries in record numbers, light issues, surface dirt.
The GBA might not be on the cutting edge of technology but it's a well made unit that's sturdy, plays GBA and GameBoy games and...awe just read the review! Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 29, 2001
SNES Goes Portable...
Pros: Size, battery life, graphical power, sound, backward compatibility, price, colors.
Cons: Games sometimes dark, cart size, controls.
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Jul 24, 2001
I want my Gameboy Advance!
Pros: Lightweight, plays all Gameboy games, long battery life, comes in many colors.
Cons: You need a good source of light to fully see what is going on.
Great machine, not many games out yet but it plays all the old ones, lightweight, links to other Gameboy Advances. Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 13, 2004
Gameboy Advance, the best handheld system ever!
Pros: Great gameplay for relatively inexpensive games, games for all ages and genre's, backwards compatability
Cons: Large and childish looking, no lighted screen, screen scratches very easy
Use caution when buying this product for children, but by all means purchase a GBA since it is the best handheld on the market! Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 13, 2001
Pros: Better visuals, sound, and screen size.
Cons: Screen is to dark, and uncomfortable at first.
You would literally be a fool if you pass this up. Read More at Epinions.com
May 30, 2002
The GBA has to be the BEST HANDHELD EVER!
Get the GBA with 5 games of your choice and have a ball! Read More at Epinions.com