Unlike most of our articles that clue you in on some of the best games for current and classic systems, it's kind of hard to get some Game Boy Advance games.
The system is old enough that if you don't own a GBA or original DS, you have no way to play the games.
Metroid Fusion is one of the best-animated Game Boy Advance titles and it's as much a joy to look at as it is to play.
It's a bit on the short side, taking only 12 hours to beat, but sometimes a focused experience is the best experience.
Plus, this is one of the few times where Mario and Bowser are working on the same team. Current Price: -15 This game isn't hard to find, but the market isn't flooded with copies either.
One of the best Castlevania games ever is also the last one that was released for Game Boy Advance.
Imagine pouring your heart into it, handing it over to the publisher, and having them slap the name Ninja Five-O on the cover. Hudson Soft created this underrated gem for Game Boy Advance, placing players in the shoes of Joe Osugi in his fight against ninja terrorists.
No, if you want these Game Boy Advance titles, you'll have to dig into your wallet for some cold, hard cash.Sacred Stones improves on the previous Fire Emblem for GBA with a world map, making things a bit more freeform than before.Plus, I had more fun with Ephraim, Eirika, and the rest than I did with the cast of 2003's Fire Emblem.Advance Wars 2 was less of a sequel and more of an expansion pack grafted onto the original game.Like its predecessor, Advance Wars is an excellent strategy game if you're just getting into the genre, but there's still complexity to be found for veteran players.