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Anonymous
January 30, 2005 7:26:26 PM

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Do you prefer quality or quantity? I lean towards the quanity side, I like
a little variety with my gaming experience. What I usually do is buy my GBA
games at rock-bottom prices when they go on sale. I opted out of upgrading
to the DS for now and I'm taking a wait and see attitude. I look forward to
the PSP coming out--not because I want to buy it, but it will force GBA game
prices to go down even further. When the GBA becomes obsolete I am going to
take advantage of the inevitable firesales of GBA games.

I have:

GBA:
-Rocky
-Chessmaster
-Sim City 2000
-Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring
-Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
-Eye of the Beholder
-Super Mario Bros.
-Legend of Zelda
-Donkey Kong
-Namco Museum
-Midway Arcade Greatest Hits
-Konami Arcade Advanced
-Yoshi's Island
-Pac-Man Collection
-Super Ghouls & Ghosts
-Activision Anthology
-Fire Pro Wrestling II

GBC/P:
-Alone in the Dark
-16 megabit flash cart

I'm also getting Atari Anniversary Advance for the GBA in the mail very
soon.

The drawback of having so many games is to find a convenient way to store
them. I use a Pro Gamer'z case:
http://images.amazon.com/images/P/B00009AVO6.01-AIGI2YL...

And I use plastic cases to place the cartridges inside of them:
http://i8.ebayimg.com/03/i/03/4f/f6/75_1.JPG

I don't really use the PG case to store any accessories. The top
compartment is used for the manuals and the bottom compartment I place the
SP and stack 6 cartridges in the 4 corner sections. I use the second SP
section to place my 2 GBC/P carts. I might remove the foamy of the 2nd SP
section to place an additional 6 cartridges.

More about : gameboy cartridges

Anonymous
January 30, 2005 7:32:07 PM

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> I don't really use the PG case to store any accessories. The top
> compartment is used for the manuals and the bottom compartment I place the
> SP and stack 6 cartridges in the 4 corner sections. I use the second SP
> section to place my 2 GBC/P carts. I might remove the foamy of the 2nd SP
> section to place an additional 6 cartridges.

I should edit my posts more carefully, I meant to say that I stack 6
cartridges in the 4 corner sections for a grand total of 24 cartridges (I
have 17 now, but I have 7 empty cases)
Anonymous
January 30, 2005 7:32:08 PM

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On 2005-01-30, HIT Fanatic <coblgp@nospam.com> wrote:
>> I don't really use the PG case to store any accessories. The top
>> compartment is used for the manuals and the bottom compartment I place the
>> SP and stack 6 cartridges in the 4 corner sections. I use the second SP
>> section to place my 2 GBC/P carts. I might remove the foamy of the 2nd SP
>> section to place an additional 6 cartridges.
>
> I should edit my posts more carefully, I meant to say that I stack 6
> cartridges in the 4 corner sections for a grand total of 24 cartridges (I
> have 17 now, but I have 7 empty cases)

I go for quality. Right now I have 15 games.

Preston
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Anonymous
January 30, 2005 10:28:29 PM

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i have one 256 Mbit cartridge and one DVD...
Anonymous
February 1, 2005 8:07:32 PM

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"HIT Fanatic" <coblgp@nospam.com> wrote in message
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> Do you prefer quality or quantity? I lean towards the quanity side, I
> like a little variety with my gaming experience. What I usually do is buy
> my GBA games at rock-bottom prices when they go on sale. I opted out of
> upgrading to the DS for now and I'm taking a wait and see attitude. I
> look forward to the PSP coming out--not because I want to buy it, but it
> will force GBA game prices to go down even further. When the GBA becomes
> obsolete I am going to take advantage of the inevitable firesales of GBA
> games.

I have one GBA cartridge. I have no plans to buy any more.

D.
February 1, 2005 9:05:35 PM

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Dunny wrote:
>
> "HIT Fanatic" <coblgp@nospam.com> wrote in message
> news:SU7Ld.220130$6l.143516@pd7tw2no...
> > Do you prefer quality or quantity? I lean towards the quanity side, I
> > like a little variety with my gaming experience. What I usually do is buy
> > my GBA games at rock-bottom prices when they go on sale. I opted out of
> > upgrading to the DS for now and I'm taking a wait and see attitude. I
> > look forward to the PSP coming out--not because I want to buy it, but it
> > will force GBA game prices to go down even further. When the GBA becomes
> > obsolete I am going to take advantage of the inevitable firesales of GBA
> > games.
>
> I have one GBA cartridge. I have no plans to buy any more.

Why are you in this group?
Anonymous
February 1, 2005 9:58:33 PM

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Ted wrote:
>
> Dunny wrote:
>
>>"HIT Fanatic" <coblgp@nospam.com> wrote in message
>>news:SU7Ld.220130$6l.143516@pd7tw2no...
>>
>>>Do you prefer quality or quantity? I lean towards the quanity side, I
>>>like a little variety with my gaming experience. What I usually do is buy
>>>my GBA games at rock-bottom prices when they go on sale. I opted out of
>>>upgrading to the DS for now and I'm taking a wait and see attitude. I
>>>look forward to the PSP coming out--not because I want to buy it, but it
>>>will force GBA game prices to go down even further. When the GBA becomes
>>>obsolete I am going to take advantage of the inevitable firesales of GBA
>>>games.
>>
>>I have one GBA cartridge. I have no plans to buy any more.
>
>
> Why are you in this group?

I'm guessing his one cartridge is a flash cartridge...
Anonymous
February 1, 2005 10:33:55 PM

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lol, I have 1 cartridge, 2000 + games :) 

And I dont use it. :( 
>>>
>>>I have one GBA cartridge. I have no plans to buy any more.
>>
>>
>> Why are you in this group?
>
>I'm guessing his one cartridge is a flash cartridge...
Anonymous
February 2, 2005 12:24:08 AM

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"Ted" <nospamforted@nospam.com> wrote in message
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> Dunny wrote:

>> I have one GBA cartridge. I have no plans to buy any more.

> Why are you in this group?

To discuss games? When I see a thread I'm interested in, I'll post. In the
meantime I'll mostly lurk.

D.
February 2, 2005 4:14:01 AM

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Dunny wrote:
>
> "Ted" <nospamforted@nospam.com> wrote in message
> news:41FFC487.79E0A2B1@nospam.com...
>
> > Dunny wrote:
>
> >> I have one GBA cartridge. I have no plans to buy any more.
>
> > Why are you in this group?
>
> To discuss games? When I see a thread I'm interested in, I'll post. In the
> meantime I'll mostly lurk.

It just seems odd to lurk in a GBA group when you have 1 GBA cart.
Anonymous
February 2, 2005 6:05:24 AM

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"Ted" <nospamforted@nospam.com> wrote in message
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>
>
> Dunny wrote:
> >
> > "Ted" <nospamforted@nospam.com> wrote in message
> > news:41FFC487.79E0A2B1@nospam.com...
> >
> > > Dunny wrote:
> >
> > >> I have one GBA cartridge. I have no plans to buy any more.
> >
> > > Why are you in this group?
> >
> > To discuss games? When I see a thread I'm interested in, I'll post. In
the
> > meantime I'll mostly lurk.
>
> It just seems odd to lurk in a GBA group when you have 1 GBA cart.


but his has 2000+ games, remember?
Anonymous
February 17, 2005 1:20:51 AM

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"HIT Fanatic" <coblgp@nospam.com> wrote in message
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> Do you prefer quality or quantity? I lean towards the quanity side, I
> like a little variety with my gaming experience. What I usually do is buy
> my GBA games at rock-bottom prices when they go on sale. I opted out of
> upgrading to the DS for now and I'm taking a wait and see attitude. I
> look forward to the PSP coming out--not because I want to buy it, but it
> will force GBA game prices to go down even further. When the GBA becomes
> obsolete I am going to take advantage of the inevitable firesales of GBA
> games.
>
> I have:
>
> GBA:
> -Rocky
> -Chessmaster
> -Sim City 2000
> -Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring
> -Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
> -Eye of the Beholder
> -Super Mario Bros.
> -Legend of Zelda
> -Donkey Kong
> -Namco Museum
> -Midway Arcade Greatest Hits
> -Konami Arcade Advanced
> -Yoshi's Island
> -Pac-Man Collection
> -Super Ghouls & Ghosts
> -Activision Anthology
> -Fire Pro Wrestling II
>
> GBC/P:
> -Alone in the Dark
> -16 megabit flash cart

I trade my games in as I finish them so don't have more than 1-2 at a time.
Anonymous
February 17, 2005 1:20:52 AM

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>
> "HIT Fanatic" <coblgp@nospam.com> wrote in message
> news:SU7Ld.220130$6l.143516@pd7tw2no...
>> Do you prefer quality or quantity? I lean towards the quanity side,
>> I like a little variety with my gaming experience. What I usually do
>> is buy my GBA games at rock-bottom prices when they go on sale. I
>> opted out of upgrading to the DS for now and I'm taking a wait and
>> see attitude. I look forward to the PSP coming out--not because I
>> want to buy it, but it will force GBA game prices to go down even
>> further. When the GBA becomes obsolete I am going to take advantage
>> of the inevitable firesales of GBA games.
>>
>> I have:
>>
>> GBA:
>> -Rocky
>> -Chessmaster
>> -Sim City 2000
>> -Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring
>> -Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
>> -Eye of the Beholder
>> -Super Mario Bros.
>> -Legend of Zelda
>> -Donkey Kong
>> -Namco Museum
>> -Midway Arcade Greatest Hits
>> -Konami Arcade Advanced
>> -Yoshi's Island
>> -Pac-Man Collection
>> -Super Ghouls & Ghosts
>> -Activision Anthology
>> -Fire Pro Wrestling II
>>
>> GBC/P:
>> -Alone in the Dark
>> -16 megabit flash cart
>
> I trade my games in as I finish them so don't have more than 1-2 at a
> time.
>
>
>

Those of us who buy a lot of used games thank you.
Anonymous
February 17, 2005 1:21:55 AM

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"Ted" <nospamforted@nospam.com> wrote in message
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>
>
> Dunny wrote:
>>
>> "Ted" <nospamforted@nospam.com> wrote in message
>> news:41FFC487.79E0A2B1@nospam.com...
>>
>> > Dunny wrote:
>>
>> >> I have one GBA cartridge. I have no plans to buy any more.
>>
>> > Why are you in this group?
>>
>> To discuss games? When I see a thread I'm interested in, I'll post. In
>> the
>> meantime I'll mostly lurk.
>
> It just seems odd to lurk in a GBA group when you have 1 GBA cart.

See my post responding to the OP. I too have 1 cart.
Anonymous
February 24, 2005 8:29:09 PM

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"Eddie G" <mickeddie(remove me)@comcast.net> wrote in message
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>
> "HIT Fanatic" <coblgp@nospam.com> wrote in message
> news:SU7Ld.220130$6l.143516@pd7tw2no...
>> Do you prefer quality or quantity? I lean towards the quanity side, I
>> like a little variety with my gaming experience. What I usually do is
>> buy my GBA games at rock-bottom prices when they go on sale. I opted out
>> of upgrading to the DS for now and I'm taking a wait and see attitude. I
>> look forward to the PSP coming out--not because I want to buy it, but it
>> will force GBA game prices to go down even further. When the GBA becomes
>> obsolete I am going to take advantage of the inevitable firesales of GBA
>> games.
>>
>> I have:
>>
>> GBA:
>> -Rocky
>> -Chessmaster
>> -Sim City 2000
>> -Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring
>> -Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
>> -Eye of the Beholder
>> -Super Mario Bros.
>> -Legend of Zelda
>> -Donkey Kong
>> -Namco Museum
>> -Midway Arcade Greatest Hits
>> -Konami Arcade Advanced
>> -Yoshi's Island
>> -Pac-Man Collection
>> -Super Ghouls & Ghosts
>> -Activision Anthology
>> -Fire Pro Wrestling II
>>
>> GBC/P:
>> -Alone in the Dark
>> -16 megabit flash cart
>

Pokemon Ruby
Pokemon Sapphire
Pokemon Fire Red
Pokemon Leaf Green
Kindom Hearts Chain of Memories
Dave Mirra II
Final Fantasy Tactics Advance
Sword of Mana
Rayman 3
Warioware Micro-Games
Bookworm
Prince of Persia
Legend of Zelda Link to the Past
Jet Grind Radio
Baldur's Gate Dark Alliance
Kirby Nightmare in Dreamland
Mario and Luigi Superstar Saga
Pokemon Pinball

Also : Movie Player Advance 2.0
Anonymous
March 3, 2005 11:11:16 AM

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Raph wrote:
> "Eddie G" <mickeddie(remove me)@comcast.net> wrote in message
> news:u8-dnWmfAaUKkInfRVn-3w@comcast.com...
> >
> > "HIT Fanatic" <coblgp@nospam.com> wrote in message
> > news:SU7Ld.220130$6l.143516@pd7tw2no...
> >> Do you prefer quality or quantity? I lean towards the quanity
side, I
> >> like a little variety with my gaming experience. What I usually
do is
> >> buy my GBA games at rock-bottom prices when they go on sale. I
opted out
> >> of upgrading to the DS for now and I'm taking a wait and see
attitude. I
> >> look forward to the PSP coming out--not because I want to buy it,
but it
> >> will force GBA game prices to go down even further. When the GBA
becomes
> >> obsolete I am going to take advantage of the inevitable firesales
of GBA
> >> games.
> >>
> >> I have:
> >>
> >> GBA:
> >> -Rocky
> >> -Chessmaster
> >> -Sim City 2000
> >> -Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring
> >> -Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
> >> -Eye of the Beholder
> >> -Super Mario Bros.
> >> -Legend of Zelda
> >> -Donkey Kong
> >> -Namco Museum
> >> -Midway Arcade Greatest Hits
> >> -Konami Arcade Advanced
> >> -Yoshi's Island
> >> -Pac-Man Collection
> >> -Super Ghouls & Ghosts
> >> -Activision Anthology
> >> -Fire Pro Wrestling II
> >>
> >> GBC/P:
> >> -Alone in the Dark
> >> -16 megabit flash cart
> >
>
> Pokemon Ruby
> Pokemon Sapphire
> Pokemon Fire Red
> Pokemon Leaf Green
> Kindom Hearts Chain of Memories
> Dave Mirra II
> Final Fantasy Tactics Advance
> Sword of Mana
> Rayman 3
> Warioware Micro-Games
> Bookworm
> Prince of Persia
> Legend of Zelda Link to the Past
> Jet Grind Radio
> Baldur's Gate Dark Alliance
> Kirby Nightmare in Dreamland
> Mario and Luigi Superstar Saga
> Pokemon Pinball
>
> Also : Movie Player Advance 2.0

I bought my Game Boy Advance only a few months ago. Initially I was
going to buy it just to replace my Game Boy, whose screen has a lot of
burned-out vertical lines on the left and right edges; but when I saw
that the Game Boy Advance could play some Super NES games I'd never
played (due to never having owned a Super NES), I decided to take a
closer look at what was available for the Game Boy Advance itself.

I have:

Super Mario World
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
Final Fantasy I & II
Mario Pinball Land
Ice Climber (a good deal at the $10 I paid for it)

and for the original Game Boy:

Game & Watch Gallery 1, 2, and 3
Wario Land I & II
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening
Final Fantasy Adventure
Final Fantasy Legend III
Dragon Warrior Monsters

I had many other Game Boy games that I sold long ago.

--
MSC
Anonymous
March 3, 2005 5:21:22 PM

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I got one, It's an EZF-advance....

Raph wrote:
> "Eddie G" <mickeddie(remove me)@comcast.net> wrote in message
> news:u8-dnWmfAaUKkInfRVn-3w@comcast.com...
>
>>"HIT Fanatic" <coblgp@nospam.com> wrote in message
>>news:SU7Ld.220130$6l.143516@pd7tw2no...
>>
>>>Do you prefer quality or quantity? I lean towards the quanity side, I
>>>like a little variety with my gaming experience. What I usually do is
>>>buy my GBA games at rock-bottom prices when they go on sale. I opted out
>>>of upgrading to the DS for now and I'm taking a wait and see attitude. I
>>>look forward to the PSP coming out--not because I want to buy it, but it
>>>will force GBA game prices to go down even further. When the GBA becomes
>>>obsolete I am going to take advantage of the inevitable firesales of GBA
>>>games.
>>>
>>>I have:
>>>
>>>GBA:
>>>-Rocky
>>>-Chessmaster
>>>-Sim City 2000
>>>-Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring
>>>-Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
>>>-Eye of the Beholder
>>>-Super Mario Bros.
>>>-Legend of Zelda
>>>-Donkey Kong
>>>-Namco Museum
>>>-Midway Arcade Greatest Hits
>>>-Konami Arcade Advanced
>>>-Yoshi's Island
>>>-Pac-Man Collection
>>>-Super Ghouls & Ghosts
>>>-Activision Anthology
>>>-Fire Pro Wrestling II
>>>
>>>GBC/P:
>>>-Alone in the Dark
>>>-16 megabit flash cart
>>
>
> Pokemon Ruby
> Pokemon Sapphire
> Pokemon Fire Red
> Pokemon Leaf Green
> Kindom Hearts Chain of Memories
> Dave Mirra II
> Final Fantasy Tactics Advance
> Sword of Mana
> Rayman 3
> Warioware Micro-Games
> Bookworm
> Prince of Persia
> Legend of Zelda Link to the Past
> Jet Grind Radio
> Baldur's Gate Dark Alliance
> Kirby Nightmare in Dreamland
> Mario and Luigi Superstar Saga
> Pokemon Pinball
>
> Also : Movie Player Advance 2.0
>
>
Anonymous
March 7, 2005 8:38:19 AM

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Yeah I sold a bunch of games, actually all my original gameboy games long
ago on ebay and I regret it. I'd probably not play them anymore anyway but
for the nostalgic value. Games like Great Greed, final fantasy adventure,
thank god they came out with sword of mana for gba.


"Mark S. Cipolone" <mscipolone@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> Raph wrote:
> > "Eddie G" <mickeddie(remove me)@comcast.net> wrote in message
> > news:u8-dnWmfAaUKkInfRVn-3w@comcast.com...
> > >
> > > "HIT Fanatic" <coblgp@nospam.com> wrote in message
> > > news:SU7Ld.220130$6l.143516@pd7tw2no...
> > >> Do you prefer quality or quantity? I lean towards the quanity
> side, I
> > >> like a little variety with my gaming experience. What I usually
> do is
> > >> buy my GBA games at rock-bottom prices when they go on sale. I
> opted out
> > >> of upgrading to the DS for now and I'm taking a wait and see
> attitude. I
> > >> look forward to the PSP coming out--not because I want to buy it,
> but it
> > >> will force GBA game prices to go down even further. When the GBA
> becomes
> > >> obsolete I am going to take advantage of the inevitable firesales
> of GBA
> > >> games.
> > >>
> > >> I have:
> > >>
> > >> GBA:
> > >> -Rocky
> > >> -Chessmaster
> > >> -Sim City 2000
> > >> -Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring
> > >> -Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
> > >> -Eye of the Beholder
> > >> -Super Mario Bros.
> > >> -Legend of Zelda
> > >> -Donkey Kong
> > >> -Namco Museum
> > >> -Midway Arcade Greatest Hits
> > >> -Konami Arcade Advanced
> > >> -Yoshi's Island
> > >> -Pac-Man Collection
> > >> -Super Ghouls & Ghosts
> > >> -Activision Anthology
> > >> -Fire Pro Wrestling II
> > >>
> > >> GBC/P:
> > >> -Alone in the Dark
> > >> -16 megabit flash cart
> > >
> >
> > Pokemon Ruby
> > Pokemon Sapphire
> > Pokemon Fire Red
> > Pokemon Leaf Green
> > Kindom Hearts Chain of Memories
> > Dave Mirra II
> > Final Fantasy Tactics Advance
> > Sword of Mana
> > Rayman 3
> > Warioware Micro-Games
> > Bookworm
> > Prince of Persia
> > Legend of Zelda Link to the Past
> > Jet Grind Radio
> > Baldur's Gate Dark Alliance
> > Kirby Nightmare in Dreamland
> > Mario and Luigi Superstar Saga
> > Pokemon Pinball
> >
> > Also : Movie Player Advance 2.0
>
> I bought my Game Boy Advance only a few months ago. Initially I was
> going to buy it just to replace my Game Boy, whose screen has a lot of
> burned-out vertical lines on the left and right edges; but when I saw
> that the Game Boy Advance could play some Super NES games I'd never
> played (due to never having owned a Super NES), I decided to take a
> closer look at what was available for the Game Boy Advance itself.
>
> I have:
>
> Super Mario World
> The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
> Final Fantasy I & II
> Mario Pinball Land
> Ice Climber (a good deal at the $10 I paid for it)
>
> and for the original Game Boy:
>
> Game & Watch Gallery 1, 2, and 3
> Wario Land I & II
> The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening
> Final Fantasy Adventure
> Final Fantasy Legend III
> Dragon Warrior Monsters
>
> I had many other Game Boy games that I sold long ago.
>
> --
> MSC
>
Anonymous
March 7, 2005 9:04:54 AM

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Josh Folcik wrote:
> Yeah I sold a bunch of games, actually all my original gameboy games
long
> ago on ebay and I regret it. I'd probably not play them anymore
anyway but
> for the nostalgic value. Games like Great Greed, final fantasy
adventure,
> thank god they came out with sword of mana for gba.

I've seen a number of reviews saying that Sword of Mana is very
bad---certainly worse than Final Fantasy Adventure. Does anyone
disagree?

--
MSC
Anonymous
March 7, 2005 10:56:53 PM

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I disagree, the only thing in it that I felt wasn't improved was if you
battled enough you got too strong for the last half or so of the game and
makes the battles not too hard, the enhanced story more than made up for
that though.


"Mark S. Cipolone" <mscipolone@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> Josh Folcik wrote:
> > Yeah I sold a bunch of games, actually all my original gameboy games
> long
> > ago on ebay and I regret it. I'd probably not play them anymore
> anyway but
> > for the nostalgic value. Games like Great Greed, final fantasy
> adventure,
> > thank god they came out with sword of mana for gba.
>
> I've seen a number of reviews saying that Sword of Mana is very
> bad---certainly worse than Final Fantasy Adventure. Does anyone
> disagree?
>
> --
> MSC
>
!