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Advance Wars
Game Profile

A deep and complex game with cleverly designed graphics, Advance Wars shows that hand-held strategy is growing up fast on the Game Boy Advance. Even after you've waged multiple wars in the story-driven Campaign Mode, the extremely shrewd AI will continually surprise you. There is even a Strategy Room Mode to walk you though the basics of the game.


Written by Ilan Mejer on 03/19/02
Truly, Advance Wars utilizes every feature of the GBA link system, and is equally strong in both its single player and multiplayer elements, creating a total package of unrivaled gameplay with a near infinite replay factor.

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Game Boy
Intelligent Systems
GENRE: Strategy
PLAYERS:   1-4
September 10, 2001
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