Summary: This was the first video game I ever played when I was 4 or 5. My little brother plays it now, but he sometimes gets stuck on levels. I remember every single second of this game being great as a preschooler, and even now. This is one game that , even though not well known has stayed on my top ten list throughout the years.
Summary: Just what I needed to keep the kids occupied for a long road trip. I was looking for a deal and I got one. The kids do not care about any box and they are smart enough to figure out the game online.
Summary: An excellent, challenging game pulling together aspects of all Astro Boy adaptations, plus an extensive Tezuka Star System cast. The balance of flying and ground-based stages is well done, and there's enough variety in boss battles to keep things interested. Definitely recommended.
Summary: FYI, my opinion of this game was influenced by the fact that I like the Astro Boy cartoon. The controls were pretty easy to learn. This is good because it allows you to focus on playing the game and not have to worry about which button combination does what. You can choose from six languages: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, and Japanese. There are three difficulty settings: Easy, Normal, and Hard. The Easy setting is very easy.
Summary: Astro Boy is developed by Japanese company 'Treasure'. Treasure have an unparalled pedigree when it comes to quality 2D games. Such Treasure games as Gunstar Heroes, Guardian Heroes and Ikaruga are respected by gamers across the globe as some the finest pure games ever created. It seem surprising that the next legendary Treasure game should be an innocous licensed GBA game!
Summary: This gem is easily one of the year's best on the GBA Combining Challenge, Excitment and Strategy into one powerful game. Anyone can enjoy this game, fighting your way through treasure ridden levels to fight the dominating boss at the end. You'll be able to find a true challenge on the "Normal" or "Hard" modes -- even with the provided unlimited continues.