GBAtemp Recommends! Go! Go! Beckham! Adventure on Soccer Island G.R. Issue #4 (GBA) I know you enjoyed MOTHER 3. That game is pure awesomeness. Sorry for the flood of RPG's these past few weeks. I'm sure many enjoyed them, but I know RPG's aren't on a lot of gamers favourite genre list. To make up for it, we've got a platformer that we think you'll love. So, welcome to the fourth issue of GBAtemp Recommends! - a weekly magazine feature in which we share our favorite Game Boy Advance titles. The games we recommend may be top titles from the GBA library, or they may be sleeper hits that missed the radar, but one thing's certain, they're all great games that are worthy of a play through! GBAtemp Recommends! Go! Go! Beckham! Adventure On Soccer Island This week, we're promoting Go! Go! Beckham! Adventure On Soccer Island (now that's a mouthful)! Ignore the Beckham tie-in, this is one Beckham licensed game that doesn't blow balls (..although it does kick them). 'Go! Go!' was quite a sleeper hit, probably as the game was only released in Europe, and never found its way to American shelves. It was made by the same people as Denki Blocks. The cute and simplistic graphics (that are actually very reminiscent of Denki Blocks) are sure to please the majority, and the "tropical-themed" audio only adds to the games charm. While playing the game, you'll need to use your skills as a football/soccer player and collect coins to complete the levels, you'll also have to use your magic football/soccer ball as a weapon to kick down pesky enemies. "Soccer Kid rip off" you may be thinking, and you may be right, but we think this game improves on that formula and then some. There's a lot of levels on this game (47 to be exact). Don't be fooled though, the levels are relatively short and you should be able to blast through the game in a good few hours. Sound strange? Maybe, but it's tons of fun! If you're looking for some good ol' school platforming fun with a twist, then definitely give this sucker a whirl! We think you'll like it.