Grand Theft Auto Advance Pro Reviews

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Grand Theft Auto Advance Reviews

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N Insanity 8.2/10 Nov 12 '04
Game Chronicles Magazine 8.8/10 Jan 08 '05
GameDaily 7/10 Oct 28 '04
Gamespy 4/5 Nov 02 '04
Thunderbolt 4/10 Nov 20 '04 A Nov 15 '04
EuroGamer 6/10 Nov 01 '04
GameSpot 6.5/10 Oct 26 '04
IGN GameBoy 8.5/10 Oct 26 '04
Nintendojo 8.2/10 Nov 02 '04
PGNx Media 8/10 Nov 01 '04
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"It's actually one of the better GBA experiences you'll have this year - but whether by technical, design, or developer limitations or a combination of all three; it’s just not the Grand Theft Auto experience most people will be gunning for, and certainly not for this price,"
"There's some nostalgic gameplay here, but by and large GTA Advance just isn't much fun."
"Even with the blemishes Grand Theft Auto is a surprisingly fun and extensive game on the Game Boy Advance. The portable rendition retains much of what has made the series, starting with Grand Theft Auto III such a success on the PlayStation 2, and it's clear that Digital Eclipse understood the idea of the series...even in its 2D design. It's definitely one the most ambitious games created on the Game Boy Advance."
"It was definitely worth the three-year wait to get a quality Grand Theft Auto title on a Nintendo handheld. We just hope we can see more of it. If you need some GTA on the go, you should definitely pick up Grand Theft Auto Advance."
"The game’s visuals are impressive considering that the game is on the GBA. The game returns to the top-down format of the pre-GTA III games so you’ll see everything in that view point. Grand Theft Auto Advance throws a number of citizens, vehicles and buildings on screen at one time and does a respectable job at keeping the frame-rate high."