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Game Boy Advance forecast

Games available at the Game Boy Advance system's launch (June 11, 2001):
  • "Army Men Advance" (3DO)
  • "Castlevania: Circle of the Moon" (Konami)
  • "Chu Chu Rocket" (Sega)
  • "Earthworm Jim" (Majesco)
  • "Fire Pro Wrestling" (Bam! Ent.)
  • "F-Zero: Maximum Velocity" (Nintendo)
  • "GT Advance Championship Racing" (THQ)
  • "Iridion 3-D" (Majesco)
  • "Konami Krazy Racers" (Konami)
  • "Namco Museum" (Namco)
  • "Pinobee: Wings of Adventure" (Activision)
  • "Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure" (Majesco)
  • "Rayman Advance" (Ubi Soft)
  • "Ready to Rumble Boxing: Round 2" (Midway)
  • "Super Dodge Ball Advance" (Atlus)
  • "Super Mario Advance" (Nintendo)
  • "Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2" (Activision)
  • Coming soon:

  • "Advance Grand Theft Auto"
  • "Advance Wars"
  • "Atlantis: The Lost Empire"
  • "Bomberman Story"
  • "Breath of Fire Advance"
  • "Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars"
  • "Commander Keen"
  • "Dark Arena"
  • "Evo"
  • "F-14 Tomcat"
  • "Final Fight Advance"
  • "Fire Emblem: Maiden of the Dark"
  • "Fortress"
  • "Golden Sun"
  • "Golf Master GBA"
  • "High Heat Baseball 2002"
  • "Horse Racing Creating Derby"
  • "Klonoa: Empire of Dreams"
  • "Magical Vacation"
  • "Mario Kart Advance"
  • "Mega Man EXE Battle Network"
  • "Monopoly EX"
  • "Monster Rancher Mania"
  • "Mr. Driller 2"
  • "Napoleon"
  • "Power Rangers Time Force"
  • "Silent Hill"
  • "Sonic the Hedgehog Advance"
  • "Spider-Man Mysterio's Menace"
  • "Star Communicator"
  • "Super Black Bass 4 Advance"
  • "Super Street Fighter II"
  • "Tactics Ogre: Gaiden"
  • "Tetris Worlds"
  • "Tweety and the Magic Jewel"
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