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In early 2003, Nintendo upgraded the Game Boy Advance giving it an internal front-light be switched on or off, a rechargeable lithium Ion batteries, as well as a folding case approximately half the original size. It is designed to address some common complaints with the original Game Boy Advance which was criticized for being very uncomfortable. Game Boy Advance SP also came with a new and brighter LCD screen for improved playability.

Around the same time as the release of the Game Boy Micro, Nintendo released a new backlit version of the SP in North America (Commonly referred to as the "GBA SP +"). The switch controls the light now toggles between "normal" (which itself is more pronounced than the original Game Boy Advance SP's screen), and "bright," an intense level of light like an LCD television set.

In September 2005, Nintendo released a second redesign of the Game Boy Advance. This model, dubbed the Game Boy micro, is similar in style to horizontal orientation the original Game Boy Advance, but is much smaller and sleeker. Game Boy micro also allows users the ability to switch between several colored faceplates to allow customization, a feature which Nintendo advertised heavily around the Game Boy micro's launch. Nintendo also hopes that this "fashion" feature will help target audiences outside of typical video game players, much like his new Wii. Unlike the previous Game Boy Advance models, Game Boy micro will not support Game Boy and Game Boy Color of title.

Nintendo's competitors in the handheld market is the Neo Geo Pocket Color, Bandai Swan Crystal, Game Park 32, Tapwave Zodiac and the Nokia N-Gage. Despite competitors' best efforts, Nintendo maintained its majority market share in the Game Boy Advance.

To date, Nintendo has sold GBA 80.5 million units worldwide. Over half of those in the Americas and 16 million in Japan in second place.

Game Boy Advance has become the modern flagship of sprite-based games. Hardware superior Super Nes has been proven that sprite-based technology will improve and live somewhere in the 3D game consoles now. Game Boy Advance not only has the typical platformers, but also a huge collection of SNES-style RPGs. It also has become a popular system for old-school gamers due to the increasing cost of games ported from various 8-bit and 16-bit systems of the previous period. Through the use of flash cartridges and emulators the Game Boy Advance can even play Nes, and TurboGrafx-16 games, as well as AGI-based Sierra On-Line PC adventure game.

Nintendo owners enjoy a huge selection of Nintendo games from Sport, Action Adventure and Simulation, Strategy and Edutainment.
The best selling game of all time are Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire, Released in March 2003 has sold over 13 million copies.

An updated list of all the GBA games can be found at Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Game_Boy_Advance_games

Nowadays you can find many websites that sell Nintendo games online, where you can also find rare classics in affordable Prices and the game mostly unreachable in stores.

My personal favorite, "Games - Advanced" is an online store with, by far, the largest online selection of both new releases and rare classics and both original and 3rd party accessories Nintendo. Prices are very reasonable and the selection is huge. You can check them at: www.games-advance.com

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In early 2003, Nintendo upgraded the Game Boy Advance giving it an internal front-light that can be turned on or off, a rechargeable lithium ion battery, as well as a folding case approximately half the original size. It was designed to address some common complaints with the original Game Boy Advance which was criticized for being very uncomfortable. The Game Boy Advance SP also came with a new and much brighter LCD screen for improved playability.

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