Top 5 Best GBA Games of 2009


Whether you’re new to the world of gaming on your GBA or you’re a seasoned veteran, there are so many games to choose from that it can be hard to decide which ones are the best. But with a little research, you can find out which games are the most popular, which ones are the most difficult, and which games you should avoid.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Originally a port of Final Fantasy Tactics, Final Fantasy Tactics Advance is an in-depth strategy game. The game features grid-like turn-based battles, hundreds of items and abilities, and over 300 missions.

The game was originally released for the Game Boy Advance in the fall of 2003. It’s one of the most popular strategy games on the GameBoy platform. The game features good graphics and a solid soundtrack. It also features a new job system, a new ability system, and a new set of races.

Mario Kart: Super Circuit

Originally released on Game Boy Advance, Mario Kart: Super Circuit is the third installment of the popular series. It was developed by Intelligent Systems and published by Nintendo. This is the first game in the series not developed by Nintendo EAD.

Mario Kart: Super Circuit features eight characters in the Mario Universe. Each character has unique attributes and a unique racing style. Some of the characters are more powerful than others. These characters are placed in three weight classes. The lighter characters aren’t as fast as the heavier ones.

Fifa 07

Whether you’re looking for a new game to play with your pals, or you just want to test out the latest hardware, the Game Boy Advance has plenty of options to choose from. And if you’re in the market for a new game, you may want to give FIFA a try.

You’ll be hard-pressed to find a better selection of leagues than this one. Plus, you can play as your own team if you’re feeling brave!

Super Mario Advance 4

Originally released on the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1988, Super Mario Bros. 3 is one of the most popular games ever made. It was remade 15 years later for the Game Boy Advance and is regarded as one of the best games in the series.

Super Mario Advance 4 retains the same sprites and sounds as the original game. However, there are some minor visual tweaks. Mario and Luigi now have different color palettes, which makes them look taller and skinnier. In addition, the game’s world maps have been adjusted to allow players to see more of the original area.

Super Donkey Kong

Among all the great games that came out on the Game Boy, Super Donkey Kong has probably stood the test of time the best. While it doesn’t have the same quality as its predecessors, it’s still a fun game to play.

The main character is Donkey Kong, a squawking ape who can be controlled by the player. He moves by grasping pegs set within the stage. He can jump and roll to defeat enemies. He can also crush enemies with his ape weight.


Whether you are a baseball aficionado or not, there is no denying that MLB2K7 is one of the best GBA games you’ll find this year. It’s got a full season, and a bunch of other cool stuff, but one of the most impressive feats of this game is that you’ll actually have the chance to play it. Whether you want to play it on your own or with friends, this game is a worthy addition to your collection.

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2

Despite some technical and gameplay issues, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2 is one of the best GBA games released. It offers true 3D skateboarding goodness on the GBA and features incredible graphics and level design.

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2 features an isometric perspective and a 45-degree angle view. This allows you to perform wild combo lines and to see the whole course in a single view. The game’s level design is top notch and the ramps and rails are placed perfectly. The graphics are stunning and the soundtrack is a joy to listen to. The game has many hidden secrets to explore.

Dawn of Souls

During its time on the Game Boy Advance, Final Fantasy II was a remarkable game. It was also one of the most addictive titles on the platform. While not perfect, the game still holds up today.

One of the most notable changes from the original game is its battle system. Instead of being a real-time strategy game, you are actually engaged in a turn-based combat system. You gain experience points by defeating enemies. These experience points are then used to raise your character’s stats.