The last GBA games in Japan, the Americas and Europe

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    Game Boy Advance (or GBA) was launched in 2001. Flash forward to 2009. No new GBA games. So here's the last GBA games in Japan, the Americas and Europe:

    • The last GBA game in Japan was Final Fantasy Advance VI, released on November 30 2006.
    • The last GBA game in the Americas was Samurai Deeper Kyo, released in March 2008.
    • And, the last game in Europe, even in worldwide, was Pixline i Pixieland released in 2008 (month unknown)


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  2. alidsl

    alidsl I am now a lurker

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    WOW thats wierd

    Will the nds go the same way... I wonder
     
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    antonkan GBAtemp Maniac

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    I don't know for Nintendo DS and the final Nintendo DS game.
     
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  5. UltraMagnus

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    well, nothing goes on forever.
     
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    Why? WarioWare: Twisted! have just released.
     
  7. Canonbeat234

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    The last GBA game in the Americas was Samurai Deeper Kyo, released in March 2008.

    The game came out but there was never an english dub on TV
     
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    At least the homebrew scene hasn't died out quite yet.
     
  9. Wintrale

    Wintrale GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Seven years is quite impressive, I reckon. It's obvious, though, that the DS will last a lot longer... It has a userbase the size of the PS2's and we all know how that one is still outselling its successor on a monthly basis, so I reckon the DS will live a very long life. A decade or so.