The Game Boy Advance (also known as GBA) is a handheld video game system manufactured by Nintendo. It was initially released in 2001. The Game Boy Advance used shorter cartridges than the Game Boy and Game Boy Color and is backwards compatible with both.
In 2003, a redesigned version of the Game Boy Advance was released under the name Game Boy Advance SP. The SP is for Special. The SP is designed to fold, and when folded, it is roughly half the size of the original Game Boy Advance. The AGS-101 model of the SP features a backlit screen, the first handheld from Nintendo to feature one. Also, instead of using batteries, the SP has a rechargeable Lithium Ion battery pack that is already installed. The battery life is 10 hours with the back light on, and 18 without it.
Sometime during the time period, a special attachment was made for the Nintendo GameCube called a Game Boy Player. Using it, players are allowed to play all kinds of Game Boy games through the GameCube.
It was succeeded by the Nintendo DS.
Final Fantasy Titles for Game Boy AdvanceEdit
- Final Fantasy Tactics Advance
- Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls
- Final Fantasy IV Advance
- Final Fantasy V Advance
- Final Fantasy VI Advance
Related Titles for Game Boy AdvanceEdit
- Chocobo Land: A Game of Dice (Japan only)
Final Fantasy IV Advance was released in Japan with a special edition Game Boy Micro console. Final Fantasy Tactics Advance also had a special pre-order version with a white Game Boy Advance SP included.