Back in April of 2006, Nintendo released a Player’s Choice line up for the GBA. These games included [i]Yoshi’s Island: Super Mario Advance 3[/i], [i] [a]https://www.mygamer.com/index.php?id=50&page=gameportal&mode=reviews [aa]Mario and Luigi SuperStar Saga[/a][/i], and [i]Super Mario Advance[/i].
Starting in October, Nintendo will add more games to the Player’s Choice selection. [i]Pokemon Fire Red[/i], [i]Pokemon Leaf Green[/i], [i]Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2[/i], [i] [a]https://www.mygamer.com/index.php?id=56&page=gameportal&mode=reviews[aa]Mario Kart Super Circuit[/a][/i], and the [i][a]https://www.mygamer.com/index.php?id=324&page=gameportal&mode=reviews [aa]Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (with Four Swords)[/a][/i] will all spot the new lower price of $19.99.
It is still unknown if the [i]Pokemon[/i] games will still be sold with the Wireless Link adapter. [i]Super Mario Advance 2[/i] was actually the launch game for the SNES. [i]Super Circuit[/i] is a fantastic addition to the [i]Mario Kart[/i] lineage with its single and multi-pak link capabilities. And the [i]A Link to the Past[/i] is revered by many to the best [i]Zelda[/i] adventure ever to hit consoles. Plus, the single and multi-pak multiplayer mode is a load of fun.
If you have not played these games before, there will never be a better time to purchase them.