Conclusion: Any fan of GTA who owns a Gameboy Advance will love this, and the missions are normally fairly short, which is perfect for a sneaky game whilst on the loo or waiting in traffic. There are around 300 missions too, so the game is absolutely huge and will take a long time to complete 100%.
Pros: It’s GTA on a handheld!, Brand new adventure., It feels like GTA.
Cons: Unsurprisingly doesn’t have quite the same mission variety as Vice City or San Andreas., It’s a shame you lose the sense of immersion when it goes back to 2D., Not much else.
Excerpt: PALGN recently had the chance to participate in a bunch of carjackings, slapping some hookers around and being on the run from the pigs (Cops). No, we aren’t referring to a cheesy under budgeted movie, it’s Grand Theft Auto for the Game Boy Advance. Believe it or not, but the Grand Theft Auto series hasn’t always featured the spectacular 3D modelling and graphical scenes that we’ve seen in recent years from the series, but it all started in a simplistic 2D, top-down...