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Game Boy Advance
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Release dates
Japan March 21, 2001
North America June 11, 2001
Europe June 22, 2001
Australia June 22, 2001
Details
Manufacturer Nintendo
Media cartridge
Predecessor Game Boy Color
Successor Nintendo DS
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The Game Boy Advance (Japanese: ゲームボーイアドバンス Game Boy Advance, sometimes shortened to GBA) is a 32-bit handheld gaming system and Nintendo's successor to the Game Boy Color. It was released in Japan on March 21, 2001, in North America on June 11, 2001 and in Europe and Australia on June 22, 2001.

The system was eventually redesigned into the Game Boy Advance SP and then the Game Boy micro. An add-on for the Nintendo GameCube called the Game Boy Player was a way to play GBA games on the console.

The Game Boy Advance featured 3 F-Zero releases: F-Zero: Maximum Velocity, released as a launch title for the Game Boy Advance, F-Zero: GP Legend, released on November 28, 2003 in Japan, June 4, 2004 in Europe, and September 20, 2004 in North America, and F-Zero Climax, a Japanese-only title, released on October 24, 2004.

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Link Cable

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This accessory can allow two GBAs to link to each other, with each additional cable adding another player, for a maximum of four players. All GBA F-Zero games can utilize the link cable for a single-pak or multi-pak link.

e-Reader

Japanese e-Reader

Only game compatible with e-Reader is F-Zero: GP Legend, but only in Japan.

F-Zero games

Nintendo DS

Although no new F-Zero games were released, there was backwards compatibility for GBA games for the Nintendo DS and Nintendo DS Lite, but it is limited single player only. No support for e-Reader link-up. The e-Reader is technically compatible with both DS models, hardware modifications are required to get it to work with the first model DS.

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