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Sep 13, 03 at 8:33am
What are you guys talking about? It wouldn't ruin it, it would only add more to it. You can still take it everywhere and stuff. It's just that you'll have to play online while you're at home or something. On the other hand, I don't care either way, because I don't think I would use it. I'll stick to the link-cable.
Sep 12, 03 at 11:15am
this has came up in previous threads though, so we probably need to close this. but what paigne said, it ruins the whole part of portable.
Sep 12, 03 at 9:21am
I've heard something about GBA going online before. I forget the name, but it's something like BlueDragon or something. Ok so that's probably not at all close to the name, but I forgot.
Sep 12, 03 at 5:59am
Something like this would work for the Gamecube but not for GBA. Most people play GBA because its portal. To go online, you might as well just use the console and not the GBA. A console is more powerful and as a result would produce better graphics.
Sep 12, 03 at 4:02am
i know some of you have been dying to get a new gc online game thats not pso. unfortunately, the chances for that are slim. so i've created an idea that could start something big.
introducing Game Boy Online
a device that connects your gba to a special online server. you can play against people around the world in games like Mario Kart: Super Circuit, Super Dodge Ball Advance, Golden Sun and others. you can use either a regular gba/gbasp or you can use your gb player. also, if they ever bring over the gc keyboard controller, you can use it to chat with your competition. this would so great to make since nintendo is so dead set at using the gba-gc link and more people want online games on gc, so why not please both crowds?
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