Metal Slug Advance
- Battle against deadly soliders, bombers and other insane threats, while chasing down a dictator
- Peerless pixel action as you fight across mysterious ruins, limestone caverns, lava flows and more -- 5 exciting mega-missions in all
- Rescue the hostages and unlock hidden mini-missions scattered across the game
- This incredible new game pushes the limits of your GBA's performance -- you'll be amazed at the crisp, frantic graphics and high-speed gameplay
- Join the fight to stop an evil general from taking over the world -- take out his supporters in fast-paced action!
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Metal Slug Advance brings the exciting action of the great Metal Slug games to your GBA for the very first time!
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Introduced solely for the NEO-GEO, you would find this in any arcade or in laundry mats. This side scroller can be played up to 2 players. You and another player work together in defeating the multitude of enemies that come on screen. You can choose from many weapon upgrades while saving POW's along the way. The enemies are relentless and the action is riveting.
This is a perfect companion for people on the go!
Awlsome old game for those of you out there with a old DS. Recomend the retailer and product highly. Get it now!!!!!!!
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Now everything you loved about Metal Slug is on the Gameboy Advance, with a few new bonuses. One of them is the card system, which I cared not for, which you are awarded for rescuing certain prisoners or destroying certain bosses. Personally, I didn't think this changed the game much at all. Second is that you can save your progress in Metal Slug Advance, which will comes as a huge relief to anyone who's just defeated a near-impossible boss and doesn't think they'll be able to do so again.
There are only five (very hard) levels in this game and you'll get through them in a week. Yes, at some points you'll want to hurl your GBA at the wall in frustration but stick at it and you'll learn certain patterns in which to get through the levels. And after you complete it you'll more than likely never play it again, no matter what cheap rubbish SNK have put in there to make you go through it again. There's just no enough variety for it to pay off.
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