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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.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance Gray Console
$399.94 - $478.90
pros: -light -small -cheap
cons: -outdated for todays standards
The gameboy advance was a very exciting system. I could tell that it was built so that it could be a... See Full Review
pros: Nice design, easy operation, volume control, full color screen capabilities.
cons: Can consume batteries in record numbers, light issues, surface dirt.
Is That A GBA In Your Pocket or Are You Just Happy To See Me?
After being a huge fan of the GameBoy Color when Nintendo announced that they were going to release... See Full Review
pros: Can play GBC and GB and GBA games,big screen,good colors and good sound.
cons: Reflective screen,big giant system,screen scratches to easily, NO BACKLIGHT!
So basic it's not even funny...
As a gift I was given a GBA and 2 games. (pacman and finding nemo.) The system itself is quite bulky... See Full Review
pros: Cheap, good range of games, second hand games readily available cheaply, good battery_life, backward compatibility
cons: Not hi-tech these days, can be tricky getting the screen in the right position
My wife's anniversary present... if she can stop me playing on it!!
I knew my wife had been after a Nintendo Gameboy Advance for quite a while so I got her one as an an... See Full Review
pros: Great games, good size, backwards compatible, excellent accessories
cons: Not backlit
Great Portable handheld
Now let me start off saying that yes, there have been many advances in portable technology since I h... See Full Review
pros: Durable, kind of portable, button layouts, Nintendo quality, great library of games
cons: need more buttons, screen tooo dark, not enough colors
Made obsolete by the newer consoles with backlights
Before I got the Game Boy Advance, the only gaming system I had was the Game Boy Pocket. When the G... See Full Review
pros: Plays advance and all previous cartridges
cons: can't see in the dark without a light
It's another GameBoy, only advancer
Now is the perfect time to grab up the GBA and GBAsp's. With the release of the DS these systems ar... See Full Review
pros: Easy readable/reachable buttons, compact, many games to choose from, and a fairly large viewing screen.
cons: Scratches easily, bright lighting is needed for proper viewing.
Oh Boy, The Game Boy Advance!
Oh boy, the Game Boy Advance! Easy readable buttons, fairly large viewing screen, multitudes of game... See Full Review
pros: Bigger screen, two new buttons
cons: Outrageous price, not much has changed, still junky
The Game Boy Advance is hardly that
The Game Boy Advance hit the markets with a huge bang. It caused all heads to turn. It was advertise... See Full Review
pros: Perfect size, fairly long battery life, just the right amount of buttons.
cons: Can't play in the dark without light, speaker too weak without headphones.
Small & Powerful
For Christmas of 2001 i got a Gameboy Advance. I was so excited. Ever since i have taken it almost e... See Full Review
|Gaming Type||LAN Gaming|
|Platform||Game Boy Advance|
|Display||LCD TFT (Active Matrix)|
|Processor Speed||16.78 MHz|
|Installed RAM||256 KB|
|Installed Cache Memory||32 KB|
|Screen Size||2.9 in.|
|Max. Resolution||240 x 160|
|Display Type||LCD TFT (Active Matrix)|
|Max. Number Of Colors||32,768 Colors|
|Audio Out||Line Out|
|DVD Movie Playback||No DVD Movie Playback|
|Main Controls||4 Way Cross Keypad|
|Expansion Slots||Game Cartridge Slot|
|Input / Output Ports||1 x Game Boy Advance link connector|
|Communication Type||Serial Cable|
|Battery Type||2 x AA Battery|
|Battery Run Time||15 Hours|
|Release Date||June, 2001|