Summary: This is one of the original games that came out with the GBA at it's launch on the 22/06/01. However, good games don't grow old and die (look at Pac-man for one example) This is one of the GBA's first and still one of the better racing games avaidable on the little handheld. The amount of cars that you get to choose from is a staggering 15 to start with but if you win a race you get to unlock another car.
Summary: This was the second title I bought for my GBA. In the beginning I thought it was great. But as time moves on, I hardly touch it now because of the tedious chore of entering of a 16 digit password everytime I want to play - the game doesn't allow you to have quick race with the cars and parts that you have won without it. If you want a quick race, then you always start at the bottom.
Summary: This game at first i enjoyed, but that was very short lived. The 16 digit save code is enough to stop you playing the game, but as well as that annoying and repititive sound as well as spinning constantly. I can't even sell it for a fiver to a mate it's so bad!
Summary: of all the GBA launch titles, this has one has to be worst. don't buy it, you WILL regret it! for starters, there's no save available, just a password system. that involves writing down a 16 DIGIT (yes, 16 digits!) password that involves numbers and characters and is case sensitive. It's unbelievably tedious, and i guarantee you won't do it more than once. and then there's the gameplay ... it's ridiculous. since when did you slide a MR2 around corners?!
Summary: GT Advance is amazing, you may see some screen shots of it but untill you actually play it you will not be able top fathom how amazing the graphics are, for a bloody handheld computer. the gameplay is brilliant as well. unlike the playstation version of gt, this is very easy to pick up and play. there is no faffing about with lisences, which is a relife. if you get one game, get this. BUY IT NOW.
Summary: This game is awesome.If you have ever played GT and GT2 on the PS1 you will love this.With around 45 cars and a collosus 32 tracks it will keep you gripped for hours on end.Cars are all japanese models and it looks stunning.The only thing i dont like is the annoying password system wich you need to save the game but once you have gotten through the password rubbish you will love it.If you like cars and especially all you car modifiers out there you will think you hav...
Summary: If this is going to be the standard of game on the GBA, then I am going have to find more free time. The 50% larger screen on the GBA means the games are much, much easaier to follow than on the original and this title is simply a must have. With plenty of cars to choose from, each with pros and cons of handling vs acceloration vs top speed, and a variety of track types this game has plenty of longevity.
Summary: This is the ultimate racing game on any handheld console. When I brought with my GBA, I knew it would be good. But not this good. The graphics are brilliant, so many tracks, 48 cars and so much to win, and do to cars.
Summary: GT Advance Championship Racing This game appears to have too much of a learning curve, with the tweaking of so many cars and parts. That will attract others, but I like to just get stuck in. Alternatively, see my review of preferred F-Zero.