Summary: I bought this game because it features my favourite Sonic characters, AND they are playable! I really enjoyed the fact that you can mix and match your team however you want. For example, you can have Sonic as the sidekick and Cream as the hero. One drawback is the Special Stage system, it is quite a pain just to get access to the special stages. In fact, once I discovered how to do it I decided not to even bother with it.
Summary: I bought this item because I remember playing it a while ago and I really liked it, so I got it and its really fun and entertaining. I really like the storyline and the new actions with the teams. I really like this product and i recommend it to any sonic fans that still play their gameboys.
Summary: Just when I thought the Sonic franchise was down for the count, Sega decides to release the Sonic Advance series, a group of games that truly emulate the fun gameplay of the Genesis Sonic titles. Out of the three, I think the third iteration in the SA franchise is the best, just because they nailed everything that made the originals so great, and time and effort put in by the programmers really shows when playing this game.
Summary: bought the Sonic game three weeks ago and was immediately impressed with the number of features available on this inexpensive game Overall, I'd recommend the game if you're on a budget for a gameboy advance
Summary: Sonic Advance 3 was better than anything I could have hoped for. The levels were difficult, but not impossible, and even when you finished the storyline, you weren't really done. The bosses were tough, the controls were convenient, and the teaming up of the characters were great. The graphics were great, and the length of the game was good enough where you wouldn't beat it in the first three days.