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Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones – Review

Is the Game Boy Advance dead? It may be easy to think so with all the post-E3 talk of next-generation systems, let alone the current struggle between Nintendo's new kid on the block, the DS, and Sony's eye-candy PSP. However, there are still a few GBA nuggets worth looking at trickling onto retail shelves. The second of Nintendo's long-running strategy series to be released stateside, Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones, is one of them.

WarioWare: Twisted!

Game Description: WarioWare: Twisted! brings back the fun of teh 5 second microgames that made the first WarioWare such a hit. Dr. Cry-Gor is back and he changes things by adding a new gyroscope to Wario's GBA. Now you can control the action by rotating the entire GBA and pressing the A Button. Along with this new motion sensor, the cartridge has a rumble pack for force feedback. Tons of crazy, spin-controlled games are waiting for you!

WarioWare: Twisted! – Review

 It's hard to think of a game more suited to exploiting the fun of a gyroscope sensor—the built-in motion sensor that detects rotations of the GameBoy Advance—than WarioWare, so kinetic and physical were its mini-games even when they merely involved single button presses.

WarioWare: Twisted! – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Cartoon Violence, Crude Humor

Rave Master: Special Attack Force! – Review

It didn't strike me as a great game, but it's all right for what it is.

Yu Gi Oh!: 7 Trials to Glory – Review

The artistry on display here is merely one of commercial function rather than aesthetic form, akin to that of, say, a successful McDonald's advertising campaign. Sadly, just like the big M's marketing execs, it'll probably do exactly what it sets out to do: sustain the brand and make plenty of money in the process.

Yu-Gi-Oh! 7 Trials to Glory

Game Description: Yu-Gi-Oh!: 7 Trials Of Glory World Championship takes you to all-new arenas for challenging tournaments in Battle City. Create and edit new decks and choose from multiple playing styles as you prove yourself to be the Duel Master. 200 all-new cards makes this the most extensive Game Boy Advance Yu-Gi-Oh! game ever.

Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories Review

Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories Screenshot

The title's narrative is certainly where it shines.

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