Fans of the character - or of anything Metroid-esque and Nintendo-approved - ought to keep an eye out for a copy.View on Amazon Car Battler Joe is the Mad Max-inspired JRPG you never knew you wanted.Boktai: The Sun Is in Your Hand changes all that, with a stroke of the vexing ingenuity for which producer Hideo Kojima will forever be known.Equipped with a built-in clock and solar sensor, the vampire-hunting Boktai challenges you to charge your in-game weaponry with IRL solar energy--and ramps up the difficulty during the hours of darkness.But for those in the know, Quest's series occupies a special place in the history of the tactical-JRPG genre.Drawing inspiration from the Balkan conflict of the early '90s, creator Yasume Matsuno laid the foundations for Ogre Battle before developing the acclaimed Vagrant Story, Final Fantasy Tactics, and FF12 for Square Enix.And so you must travel from town to town, chat with the locals, take on odd jobs, upgrade your car, and scour the land looking for clues to your father's whereabouts.
You could count on one hand the number of Game Boy Advance games that've actually used the system's portability as a key gameplay feature--and you'd still have a free hand to play GBA games, inside, next to your TV.
But let us never forget these dedicated little machines, or the last of its lineage, the Game Boy Advance (GBA).
This was the handheld that gave us amazing games like Boktai: The Sun Is In Your Hand, Advance Wars 2, and The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap.
It had a wide range of third-party support, updated versions of SNES classics, and some of the most gorgeous sprites this side of Rainbow Road.
The library spanned more than 1,000 titles, but we've combed through that extensive list to bring you the 25 best GBA games of all time.
The title earns its prestige with a twist on the usual suck-'em-up Kirby formula, one which paid off.