Top Ten Game Boy Advance Remakes and PortsI remember my first ever video game console, which was the handheld Game Boy Advance. With it came Super Mario Advance, and back then I didn't know that it was in fact a remake of an NES game. The Advance versions of many classic games do quite a lot in terms of what they have, including adding new features and such to former NES and SNES games. Let's see which Game Boy Advance remakes of old games are the best.
Definitely one of my personal favorites. A fantastic remake of the original NES Metroid that feels a lot fresher and even includes a plot twist at the end. - NuMetalManiak
Little did I know this game which was my 14th review was actually a remake of an older Game Boy game known as Final Fantasy Adventure. Loads of new stuff was added in this remake and I never even noticed it. - NuMetalManiak
You get two in one package, the first two Final Fantasy games originally for the NES but for the GBA in much better graphics and perhaps greater gameplay. - NuMetalManiak
When Gen-III came around people were wondering how to actually catch them all and the older Pokemon games weren't really compatible with R/S. But this game, along with LeafGreen and later Emerald added them all in. Although there's still some that need to be caught other ways (like having a Pokemon Colosseum bonus disc). FireRed and LeafGreen were remakes of Pokemon Red and Pokemon Green, respectively. - NuMetalManiak
This is a remake of Kirby's Adventure, a major overhaul of an NES game. - NuMetalManiak