RPGFan


Breath of Fire (GBA) Info and Media

Capcom’s first RPG for the Super Nintendo is being re-released for the Game Boy Advance! But what can Game Boy Advance players expect from this Breath of Fire remake? First of all, completely re-done visuals. Though not in the same league as some of the more dazzling GBA RPGs, the Capcom-quality animation should give the title distinction. The remake will enhance the original’s visuals with new faces in battle and extra cut-scenes.

Beyond the visuals, Capcom is adding more mini-games to the adventure. Ryu was always been a fisherman, but now Capcom has expanded the fishing mini-game, to look much like the ones in Breath of Fire III and IV.

The save system has been fixed for more portable-friendly play. Gamers can save anywhere, in case they need to set their systems down quickly. Players will also be able to link up with other Dragon Clan adventurers and trade items with a friend. Unfortunately, though, there is no actual Link Play.

And now that you’re chock full of Breath of Fire goodness, we’ve decided to spoil you even farther. Check out RPGFan’s 20 new screen shots and 8 pieces of artwork from BoF GBA.



Back
Updated:
06.08.01 - 1:57 PM
Citan Uzuki





Twitch Schedule & Status

TBA
Sunday, November 26 • 10am PST/1pm EST

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age
Mondays • 6pm PST/9pm EST

Vandal Hearts
Tuesdays • 12pm PST/3pm EST

Final Fantasy VI
Thursdays and Fridays • 3pm PST/6pm EST

Xenosaga Episode III
Tues-Wed-Thu • 7pm PST/10pm EST
Saturdays • 5pm PST/8pm EST

Featured Content
Night in the Woods OST Vol. 1: At The End Of Everything Review
Night in the Woods OST Vol. 1: At The End Of Everything
Review
Fire Emblem Warriors Review
Fire Emblem Warriors
Review
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Preview
Xenoblade Chronicles 2
Hands-On Preview
Retro Encounter 109: Final Fantasy IX
Retro Encounter 109: Final Fantasy IX
Podcast
Path of Exile: War for the Atlas Preview
Path of Exile: War for the Atlas
Preview
The Journey Down - Chapter Three Review
The Journey Down - Chapter Three
Review
The Fruit of Grisaia Review
The Fruit of Grisaia
Review