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Summon Night: Swordcraft Story

Summon Night: Swordcraft Story is an action role playing game that was developed by Flight Plan and released for the Nintendo GameBoy Advance on July 26, 2006.

Developer: Flight Plan
Publisher: Atlus
Release Date: July 26, 2006
Platforms: GBA
JustRPG Score:
 75%
Pros:
+In-depth crafting system.
+Fun combat system.
+Charming.
Cons:
-Generic characters.
-Dated visuals.
-Mediocre story line.

Overview

Summon Night: Swordcraft Story Overview

Summon Night: Swordcraft Story is a role playing game that was released for the Nintendo GameBoy Advance. This game offers a very unique and in-depth crafting system and a very enjoyable battle system. The story is overall generic, the characters are overall generic, and the graphics are sub-par. Even with these faults the crafting system and the battle system are worth checking out.
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Sword of Mana

Sword of Mana is an action role playing game that was developed by Square Enix and released for the Nintendo GameBoy Advance on December 02, 2003.

Developer: Square Enix
Publisher: Nintendo
Release Date: December 02, 2003
Platforms: GBA
JustRPG Score:
 85%
Pros:
+Great visuals.
+Fun combat system.
+Improved on the original version.
Cons:
-Plot line is bland.
-Appeal limited to fans of the series.

Overview

Sword of Mana Overview

Sword of Mana is an action role playing game that was released for the GBA. This game, which is an enhanced remake of the original Final Fantasy Adventure, puts the player in the role of a nameless hero or heroine. The combat system is active and the player has complete control of their character throughout the game. The battles are fun and rather challenging, which keeps the game fresh throughout the play through. Overall Sword of Mana is a fun action RPG but appeal may be limited to fans of the genre or fans of the franchise.
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Tales of Phantasia

Tales of Phantasia is a role playing game that was developed by Namco and released on the Nintendo GameBoy Advance on March 06, 2006.

Developer: Namco
Publisher: Nintendo
Release Date: March 06, 2006
Platforms: GBA
JustRPG Score:
 79%
Pros:
+Great combat system.
+Great Dialogue.
+Intuitive controls.
Cons:
-No replay value.
-Dated visuals.
-Just a remake.

Overview

Tales of Phantasia Overview

Tales of Phantasia is a role playing game that was originally released for the SNES. In this game the player controls on character in a live action combat system which allows the player to run around and completely control their character. The other characters in the party are computer controlled and their special moves can be used manually by the player. The story is charming and is sure to keep the player interested throughout the play through.
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Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance is a turn based strategy role playing game that was originally released for the GameBoy Advance. It sports pleasant visuals, a fun combat system, and interesting story line.

Developer: Square
Publisher: Nintendo
Release Date: September 09, 2003
Platforms: GBA
JustRPG Score:
 88%
Pros:
+Compelling story line.
+Great visuals.
+Fun combat system.
Cons:
-No replayability
-Appeal limited to fans of the tactics genre.

Overview

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance Overview

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance is an interesting turn based tactics role playing game that was released for the Nintendo GameBoy Advance in late 2003. The story begins with the main character getting sucked into a story book where he must fight through tactics style battles in order to learn more about his predicament. Your characters will level up through battles and learn new skills to improve your abilities. Each battle will be restricted by a judge who will ban the use of certain items or abilities which keeps the game challenging and entertaining. Overall Final Fantasy Tactics Advance was a great addition to the GameBoy Advance library.
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CIMA: The Enemy

CIMA: The Enemy is a strategy RPG where players take control of a group of ‘guardians’ who attempt to protect a group  of human pioneers as they make their way to the promised land.


Developer: Neverland
Publisher: Natsume
Release Date: November 17, 2003
Platforms: GBA
JustRPG Score: 75%
Pros:
+Pleasing Visuals
+Decent Music and Sound Effects
+Orginal and Innovative
Cons:
-No Replay Value
-Lackluster Battle System

Overview

CIMA: The Enemy Overview

CIMA, is  powerful alien race who feed on humanity’s hope.  They learn to harness and hold this hope by creating an interactive dungeon system where there is an exit for captured humans.  The CIMA learn that without an exit humans lose hope, and thus appear weaker than they actually are. Players take control of a group of humans who have set out to defeat the CIMA and free humanity from their oppressive rule.
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Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance

Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance is the second installation of Castlevania on the GBA, and it continues to provide what people have come to expect from Castlevania.

Developer: Konami
Publisher: Konami
Release Date: September 16, 2002
Platforms: GBA
JustRPG Score: 78%
Pros:
+ Classic Castlevania Game Play.
+Great Graphics.
Cons:
-Short Game Play.
-Confusing about Where to go next.

Overview

Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance Overview

Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance continues the story of the “Castlevania” series. Players take control of Juste Belmont, one of the members of the famous vampire-hunting Belmont family, and go out on an adventure to rescue his missing friends. Players eventually find a hidden castle and have a run in with the grim reaper, learning that Juste’s missing friends have been possessed by the evil spirit of Dracula himself. So, Juste sets out to free his friends from Dracula’s grasp and defeat the vampire once again.
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Castlevania: Circle of the Moon

Castlevania: Circle of the Moon is another portable Castlevania adventure that doesn’t stare the Belmont family! Once again, players set out to stop Dracula and his evil hi-jinks.

Developer: Konami
Publisher: Konami
Release Date: June 11, 2001
Platforms: GBA
JustRPG Score: 84%
Pros:
+Great Visuals and Animation
+Brings Something New to the Table.
+Great Sound and Music.
+Rousing Combat
Cons:
-Bland Story
-Translation is sort of shoddy

Overview

Castlevania: Circle of the Moon Overview

Players are once again given an amazing portable addition to the Castlevania franchise. Once again, players do not take control of a member of the Belmont family. Instead, they take control of a vampire hunter named Nathan Graves. It turns out that Dracula has been resurrected by his evil minion ‘Camilla’.  Nathan and his mentor, Morris, and his mentor’s son, Hugh have set out to stop her. Sadly, they arrive too late and Dracula is resurrected. They end up getting split up inside of Dracula’s sentient castle and must set out to defeat him before he sacrifices Morris and returns to his full power.
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Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow

Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow is the third installation of the Castlevania series on the Game Boy Advance. Players take control of Dracula’s benevolent reincarnation as he attempts to find out what is going on and why he is being drawn to the castle that was his home in a former life.

Developer: Konami
Publisher: Konami
Release Date: May 6, 2003
Platforms: GBA
JustRPG Score: 90%
Pros:
+Engaging Combat.
+Brilliant Visuals.
+Easy to Use Interface.
Cons:
-Music/Sound gets Old Fast.
-Bland Story.

Overview

Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow Overview

Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow is the third installation of the Castlevania series on the Game Boy Advance. Players take control of Dracula’s benevolent reincarnation as he attempts to find out what is going on and why he is being drawn to the castle that was his home in a former life.  The character players control is once again not a member of the Belmont clan. Instead, he is Soma Cruz, the inheritor of Dracula’s powers. Soma makes his way through Dracula’s evil castle, running into people from various organizations that know about the legend attached to him. Eventually, he runs into a man named ‘J’ and the story unfolds.
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Breath of Fire II

Breath of Fire II is the sequel to Breath of Fire. It is set 500 years in the future, and stars a couple of familiar faces from the first game, along with a brand new cast and amazing story.


Developer: Capcom
Publisher: Capcom
Release Date: April 16, 2002
Platforms: GBA, SNES
JustRPG Score: 62%
Pros:
+Excellent Soundtrack
+Solid Visuals
+Decent Game Play System
Cons:
-Cookie Cutter RPG
-Players may have to grind on occasion

Overview

Breath of Fire II Overview

Players take control of Ryu Bateson, an orphan, as he attempts to find out more about his history. He has the ability to transform into powerful dragons, and is joined by a friend of his who is a talking dog man that uses a crossbow to fight.  Ryu ends up finding out that demons threaten the world, and he sets out with his collected friends( one of which who is a massive armadillo man) to stop the demons and prevent them from destroying the world.
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Back to Stone

Back to Stone is an Action based RPG filled with puzzles and challenges.

Developer: Neko Entertainment
Publisher: O~3 Entertainment
Release Date: December 12, 2006
Platforms: GBA
JustRPG Score: 58%
Pros:
+Nice story.
+Vibrant graphics.
+Good frame rate.
Cons:
-Horrible save feature.
-Boring puzzle.
-Repetitive.

Overview

Back to Stone Overview

Back to Stone is one of the biggest RPGs ever made for a system like Gameboy Advance. With over 15 hours of material and tons of monsters and environments, it takes handheld RPG to a new level. Unfortunately Back to Stone has quite a few drawbacks. With an entertaining story unfolding over various environments and leading into numerous puzzles this RPG attempts to go where none have gone before.
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