I never really gave much credit to the GBA as being much of a legitimate console for hardcore gamers. Though last year had forced me, as well as quite a few portable skeptics out there, to put our feet firmly into our pie-holes. I'm not one to dismiss great gaming opportunites, and am proud to say that I now love my little non-backlit, hand cramping, AA muncher. I've had memorable moments with the GBA, spending quality time with the unit in the only decent source of lighting in my apartment: the bathroom. You laugh!?
Maybe it's just my paranoia, but quality software for the little guy (the GBA, you sickos) has been a little sparse of late. Well, after what has seemed like a millenium, Game Boy Advance owners finally have something else to look forward to besides Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance.
Golden Sun was one of my top RPG Picks of 2001, and I'm proud to present to you a sneak peak of what will most likely be one of the finest role-playing experiences of 2003, Golden Sun: The Lost Age.