Nintendo caused a lot of jaws drop during their February Direct, where they announced that several Game Boy Advance games will be playable on the switch. Titles like The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap and Mario Kart: Super Circuit are already available, but they announced that Metroid Fusion, Kirby: Amazing Mirror, Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade, F-Zero Maximum Velocity and Golden Sun will be coming in the future. This has many gamers wondering what else could they add to this system.
Which Game Boy Advance games should come to the Nintendo Switch?
Gamers were certainly surprised that the list of Game Boy Advance games coming to the Switch didn't include Pokémon Emerald. This title featured most of the charms of Generation III with Rayquaza as the cover legendary. Pokémon Emerald also grew popular because of the Battle Frontier that was featured in its post-game.
Final Fantasy Advance Tactics
This is considered one of the best Final Fantasy games not in its core series. Final Fantasy Advance Tactics married the world of Final Fantasy with the strategy gameplay of Fire Emblem. The influence of its 3D grid can be seen in other titles such as Triangle Strategy.
Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
Fire Emblem hasn't ever been as popular as it has now. Although gamers are already getting Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade, Sacred Stones is arguably a better starting point for gamers who are new to the GBA titles. Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones also features some memorable maps, including Phantom Ship and Scorched Sand.
Castlevania: The Aria of Sorrow
There are two reasons why this Castlevania title should be included on the Switch. The first is that very few games capture the mixture of platforming and RPG gameplay that Aria of Sorrow has. The other reason is that the story of this game is simply phenomenal, and many newer gamers would be eager to experience it firsthand.
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