Excerpt: They say that you can never have enough of a good thing and in the case of the GBA; the good thing is the flood of 16-bit titles that are being released for the system. Call me a fool, but even the mediocre titles make me smile when I think about how we all used to fork out sixty pounds for a play. The latest of these titles is a platformer by the name of Aero The Acro-bat, a much-loved platformer featuring ‘ unsurprisingly ‘ a bat called Aero.
Excerpt: Aero the Acrobat is a cut-and-dried platformer that was originally released on the SNES and Genesis back in 1993. If you don't remember the original, you're not alone, since the game didn't make much of a splash when it was first released. So it seems a little odd that Metro 3D would pick such a game to port to the Game Boy Advance. Little seems to have been lost in the translation, but then again, it was a mediocre game to begin with.