Metal Slug Advance Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
Metal Slug Advance Reviews8
|website||score||publish date||article quality|
|Gaming Headlines||6/10||Jan 17 '05|
|Game Chronicles Magazine||8.3/10||May 25 '05|
|GameDaily||8/10||Dec 21 '04|
|The Armchair Empire||7.5/10||Mar 13 '05|
|All Game Guide||---||Aug 04 '04|
|GameSpot||8.3/10||Dec 02 '04|
|Gamespy||4/5||Dec 20 '04|
|IGN GameBoy||8.4/10||Dec 09 '04|
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Metal Slug Advance Previews
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|DS Central||Sep 30 '04|
|N-Insanity||Oct 20 '04|
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"Metal Slug makes its Game Boy Advance debut as a five-level platform shooter with a number of new twists to the long-running series."
"Metal Slug Advance involves gamers gunning, jumping and driving their way through various locals all with the aim of racking up huge high scores, rescuing hostages and meeting the end of level, over-the-top, extravagant boss."
"But, hey, I'm just nitpicking. Metal Slug Advance is still a top-notch entry in the series, and fans who have stuck with it for so long with still find plenty of action to soak in here. Those who missed out on snagging a Nintendo DS or a PSP for the holiday season will still find a lot to be thankful for with this game."
"Metal Slug's first foray onto the GBA is a resounding success."
"The most exciting aspect of Metal Slug Advance is just how well the game design works on the GBA platform. NeoGeo arcade games have never been about "depth" because they're, well, arcade games that are more for instant gratification than extensive gaming sessions. And the appearance of one of the most favorite of the NeoGeo franchises invites the possibility of other games in the NeoGeo arcade line-up to find a place in the GBA's library. Let's hope this is a start of great things to come."