By Jean Cyprien
Nintendo announced today that the second volume of its [i]Classic NES[/i] series for the Game Boy Advance has shipped and is available now at retail stores. The series features ports of four historic games that made their debuts on the Nintendo Entertainment System nearly two decades ago which include: [i]Dr. Mario, Metroid, Zelda II: The Adventure of Link, and Castlevania[/i].
Many [i]Famicom Mini[/i] titles of Nintendo released in Japan will also release a lineup of four titles half the size of the first Classic NES Series that Nintendo released earlier this year with NES-themed GBA SP hardware.
All four games are rated “E” for Everyone, and each carries an MSRP of $19.99.
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