Bye-bee GBA...

Discussion in 'Site Discussions & Suggestions' started by Jax, Oct 21, 2008.

  1. Jax
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    Jax Pip Pip Cheerioink!

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    Looks like GBAtemp has finally given up on the GBA releases.

    I still remember the day I bought my GBA, along with Super Mario Advance.

    It's been a good seven years, my friend.

    *plays Amazing Grace on bagpipes*
     
  2. shaunj66

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    We haven't given up... There just are no new GBA releases. [​IMG]

    Well... *Cough*...
     
  3. Raven Darkheart

    Raven Darkheart The Radioactive Flamer

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    R.I.P GBA [​IMG]
    though i have to go "buy" mother 3 soon
     
  4. Arm73

    Arm73 GBAtemp Addict

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    Yeah I also removed the GBA releases information from the front page...not it goes flawlessly from homebrew>NDS>Wii......
    It's very sad, but keeping the box sitting there without getting any update was a waste of space really.
    I'm sure if somebody will dump some undumped GBA rom we all get the news in a way or another...
     
  5. Dark

    Dark GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    They still make that game!@#!#!??
     
  6. Dedale

    Dedale GBAtemp Regular

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    I still think the GBA is one of the best handheld ever made... It's sad to not see anymore game. I prefer play with my micro than with my ds.
     
  7. SoulAnger

    SoulAnger MENUdo's Developer

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    DS was the best gaming device I ever played. [​IMG]
    Sadly DSI would ultimately bury the great handheld which is the gba. [​IMG]
     
  8. UltraMagnus

    UltraMagnus hic sunt dracones

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    don't be so sure, there are still plenty of gbos around.

    and partly due to flashcards, the future of being able to play gba games on their original hardware (or DSLs) will live on for a long time

    and we will always have emulators.

    never forget, never surrender.