So I have a copy of Metroid Fusion for the GBA and the case looks legit, but when I open it up, there's a battery soldered to the PCB. Now from what I've always heard, all GBA games used flash memory to save games, and that a battery inside is a sure sign of a bootleg. Whats odd is that the watch battery has a *red* insulated rim, instead of the usual bootleg yellow. Some bootlegs lately have been printing fake Nintendo copyright info on their PCBs in the same place as well, so I can't go by that either. Any Ideas?