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Riviera and Sigma Star Saga GBA Reviews
09.08.05 - 7:41 PM

While the GBA may be quickly fading in popularity due to the DS (GBA Micro, pfft) that doesn't mean there aren't any good games being made for the little system. To prove it, we've got two reviews of GBA games that are quirky and quaint.

First, we have editor Neal Chandran's review of Namco-published Sigma Star Saga, a space shooter/RPG. To accompany his review, we have a gallery for the game, thanks to Christine Radler, with screenshots and art.

We also have my review of Atlus' Riviera: The Promised Land. Check out both reviews to find out why the GBA is still worth your time.


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