Watch PAX East Insider now!

Exclusive interviews, gameplay and more direct from the Boston show floor, with Outside Xbox

Watch on YouTube
If you click on a link and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. Read our editorial policy.

GBA lineup confirmed

15 launch titles and a $99 price tag for the console itself

GameBoy fans who have been patiently gnawing their finger nails down to the bone have finally discovered which games Nintendo has chosen to release with the GameBoy Advance. Of the 15 titles confirmed, only two are first-party titles, and one comes by way of the newly liberated third party publisher Sega. Before we list the games, we ought to mention the pricing. The system itself will cost $99.95 when it launches on June 11th, and the games should cost from between $29.95 and $39.95. We reckon that should boil down to a retail cost of approximately £99 in this country and games at around £25 to £30, which is pretty much what top-spec GameBoy games used to cost. Nintendo have also told us that they intend to launch more than 60 titles before the end of the year, but anyway, onto the list!

Army Men Advance (3DO)

ChuChu Rocket! (Sega)

Dodge Ball Advance (Atlus)

F-Zero: Maximum Velocity (Nintendo)

Fire Pro Wrestling (BAM)

Fortress (Majesco)

High Heat Major League Baseball 2002 (3DO)

Iridion 3-D (Majesco)

Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure (Majesco)

Rayman (Ubi Soft)

Ready 2 Rumble Boxing: Round 2 (Midway)

Super Mario Advance (Nintendo)

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater (Activision)

Top Gear GT Championship (Kemco)

Tweety and the Magic Jewel (Kemco)

Unfortunately, the game EuroGamer is anticipating the most, Kuru Kuru Kururin, isn't quite ready yet, even if it looked pretty much complete while on show at last year's ECTS. That said, you can take a look at some new screenshots of it on that were issued this month.

Source - press release

You're not signed in!

Create your ReedPop ID & unlock community features and much, much more!

Create account
About the Author
Tom Bramwell avatar

Tom Bramwell


Tom worked at Eurogamer from early 2000 to late 2014, including seven years as Editor-in-Chief.

Comments logo

Buy things with globes on them

And other lovely Eurogamer merch in our official store!

Explore our store Merch