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10 Things You Didn't Know Your Old Game Boy Advance Could Do
10 HIDDEN GAME BOY ADVANCE FEATURES YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT! Subscribe to The Gamer: https://goo.gl/9cpWgf SECRETS OF THE GAME BOY ADVANCE. The sequel to Nintendo’s Game Boy and Game Boy Color provided a lot more than just improved graphics. See all the crazy things you could do with a GBA! This is TheGamer's list of 10 Things You Didn't Know Your Old Game Boy Advance Could Do. WHAT DO YOU THINK: What's your favorite memory of the Game Boy Advance? Did you like the regular version or the SP version better? Let us know in the comments section below! #GameBoy #Nintendo ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ SUBSCRIBE NOW to The Gamer! Click here: https://goo.gl/9cpWgf Have the next amazing video idea? Submit it to us here: https://goo.gl/forms/hn6vV1Ic2PbfGnhx2 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The Game Boy Advance was great for playing a whole slew of Pokemon games like Ruby and Emerald, but the handheld console could do a lot more than just provide advanced gaming. Learn some of the crazy ways the original console and the upgraded SP console were used over the years and how it could still be used today. The backlit screen and advanced graphics made the GBA an ideal console for watching television and a tuned TV could be connected directly to the device. On old Game Boys, multiplayer action required a long cable, but now, players could connect wirelessly thanks to a special Game Boy Advance adapter. GBA accessory packs allowed you to completely transform your device with magnified screens, special joysticks and all types of themes. Multiple companies discovered ways to transform the Game Boy Advance into a working GPS device although the releases never went fully mainstream. Watching content on the GBA became easier thanks to a special adapter which allowed you to play both movies and audio files. Really take in the sounds of your favorite games with the use of add-on speakers that would make it look like a small surround sound system for your handheld console. One of the more unique releases for the GameBoy Advance was the E-Reader. A card reading system used to unlock extras and gain full access to games. Some medical devices with working screens on them actually relied on the Game Boy Advance hardware to get running and help save lives. Watch to see all of these Game Boy Advance secrets and hidden features! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Script by: Alan Donahue Voice Over by: Michael Neeb Edited by: Dan Schiffmacher Our Social Media: https://twitter.com/thegamer_site https://www.facebook.com/thegamercom/ Our Website http://thegamer.com Pokemon Ruby Gameplay: (jakethehappysnake) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tsRJjKp-N70 Zelda Minish Cap Gameplay: (Stink Terios) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_7MdQ4XUSM Mario Party E gameplay: WizWar100 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BH0rta2Y1k
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Game Boy Advance (GBA) - Did You Know Gaming? Feat. Dazz
SUBSCRIBE for more gaming trivia ► http://bit.ly/DYKG_Subscribe Mario Kart DYKG Extra ► http://bit.ly/2uLL1ki Second Channel ► http://bit.ly/2umvRjh In this episode, Did You Know Gaming takes a look at some facts, secrets, Easter eggs and history of Nintendo's Game Boy Advance. The GBA was the follow up to the popular Game Boy system, and featured all of Nintendo's hit franchises at the time, including Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Pokemon, and even Metroid. The system started it life as Project Atlantis, but had several iterations. The Game Boy Advance SP and Game Boy Micro were made later in the handheld's life, and the console also had a private adapter to work with the Nintendo 64 (N64), and was emulated on the 3DS and Wii U, and will likely come to the Nintendo Switch. Through our analysis of the console's development, GBA games and their gameplay and beta builds, we hope to show some of the more interesting facts from the making of the Game Boy Advance and have its history explained. Video Editing by Luis Illingworth @HeyRaguio Follow DYKG on: Twitter: http://bit.ly/2oOavs2 Instagram: http://bit.ly/2oO4jjA Facebook: http://bit.ly/2nIrFp9 Website: http://bit.ly/NpYDbD Sources/Further Reading: https://www.wired.com/2009/03/gdc-nintendos-u/ https://tcrf.net/Prerelease:Game_Boy_Advance_BIOS https://www.nintendo.co.jp/nom/0009/02/index.html http://www.ign.com/articles/2000/09/14/game-boy-advance-developer-team-interview http://www.ign.com/articles/2000/08/22/game-boy-advance-development-kit-revealed http://www.jjelect.com/FAQ.cfm?Ans=148 http://curiosity.jp/works/en/product/gameboy-advance.html https://tcrf.net/Game_Boy_Advance_BIOS http://www.thetanooki.com/2014/12/30/nintendos-satoru-iwata-really-wanted-a-game-boy-advance-sp-sleep-mode/ http://iwataasks.nintendo.com/interviews/#/3ds/how-nintendo-3ds-made/0/2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_nHY_I80Hk http://devkits.handheldmuseum.com/GBA_Wideboy.htm http://bit.ly/2uTwmkz http://bit.ly/2vw1RS5 https://www.unseen64.net/2008/04/08/zelda-ii-map-gba-tech-demo/ https://www.unseen64.net/2008/04/07/yoshis-story-gba-tech-demo/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zL8FdA3lshY
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Secrets of the Nintendo GBA e-Reader | Punching Weight [SSFF]
☠► Start protecting your internet experience today with 66% off a 2 year plan by using code ‘STOPSKELETONS’ at https://NordVPN.com/STOPSKELETONS ☠► The Nintendo e-Reader is a little remembered card-reader add-on for the Game Boy Advance. Despite the GBA being a massive success for Nintendo, this swiss-army-knife-of-a-peripheral was not. This is Punching Weight, and we're going to investigate what made the e-Reader so great as well as what was its downfall. Special Credit to TheUncleBob for the Game & Watch advert scans! They also have a very in-depth FAQ on the e-Reader! Check it out: https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/ereader/915738-nintendo-e-reader/faqs/19490 #stopskeletons #nintendo #gba ☠ Subscribe! ☠ ► go.stopskeletons.com/subscribe ☠Support us on Patreon! ► http://bit.ly/SSFFpatreon ☠Credits ☠ Written by Derek Alexander & Grace Kramer Shot by Grace Kramer & Derek Alexander Edited by Derek Alexander & Grace Kramer 💪Get that look! ✨► https://www.fangamer.com/products/stop-skeletons-from-fighting-shirt Artwork and Bumper by Studio Goblin ☠► https://www.studiogoblin.co.uk ☠ More? ☠ Secrets of the N64 Expansion Pak ► https://youtu.be/n17SDFZSu_o Explained: Castlevania vs Curse of the Moon ► https://youtu.be/EKIAI0iG9ZI Street Fighter Gameboy Ports ► https://youtu.be/56EzX4Mbg34 The Day One Patch and No Man's Sky Next ► https://youtu.be/O4zhOpCrq3s Doom Console Ports #2 (Jaguar/3DO/Saturn) ► https://youtu.be/XsKLvzNT7E0
10 Things You Didn't Know Your Old Game Boy Could Do
10 hidden Game Boy features you didn't know about! Subscribe to The Gamer: https://goo.gl/9cpWgf The Game Boy was innovative for so many reasons. The portability of the system gave us gaming on the go and it had a library of games filled with a lot of classics including the original Pokemon games. Even with all the games and the Game Boy camera, the portable device could do things you can’t even imagine. Into sewing? Well, the Game Boy was compatible with a sewing machine that would automatically create patterns and designs. The Game Boy was great for camping trips, but the device could also be used to catch some huge fish. Systems like the GameCube and SNES were compatible with the games, but there was also a way to play games on the Sony Playstation. The Game Boy wasn’t really built for multiplayer action, but there was a four player link and a number of games you could play with three friends. The Mission Impossible game has some amazing features including the ability to control your TV or VCR. The original Game Boy was so tough, it could actually survive a war. For those who love style, the Game Boy has been transformed into both a luxury collector’s item and some pretty fancy shoes. Game Boy music was pretty basic, but the handheld console could be transformed into a portable radio and used with both speakers and headphones. The console also had the ability to connect to computers through special software. Watch to see all these great uses and then decide if it’s worth pulling out your old Game Boy for some action once again! #GameBoy #Nintendo Check out these other awesome videos! 6 Things Fortnite Can Do That PUBG Can't https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQHnQM9PRfU 6 Things PUBG Can Do That Fortnite CAN'T https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=babutXcnARQ Script by: Alan Donahue Voice Over by: Justin Freitas Edited by: Dan Schiffmacher Our Social Media: https://twitter.com/thegamer_site https://www.facebook.com/thegamercom/ Our Website http://thegamer.com
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Game Boy Advance FPS Originals | Punching Weight [SSFF]
☠ Subscribe! ☠ ► http://go.stopskeletons.com/subscribe ☠Support us on Patreon! ► http://bit.ly/SSFFpatreon When we launched Punching Weight 3 years ago, we knew we’d have to cover every single FPS on the GBA. And now 30 episodes later, we’ve done it! Please enjoy one more look into the wild world of GBA FPS! ☠Credits ☠ Written by Derek Alexander & Grace Kramer Shot by Grace Kramer Edited by Sober Dwarf ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs595r4A30fYDOd7AzTAgbw & Derek Alexander 💪Get that look! ✨► https://www.fangamer.com/products/stop-skeletons-from-fighting-shirt Intro/Outro Music by ☠► hellstar.plus Special thanks to Sober Dwarf for helping with the edit Sober Dwarf ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs595r4A30fYDOd7AzTAgbw Artwork and Bumper by Studio Goblin ☠► https://www.studiogoblin.co.uk ☠ More? ☠ History of Xbox 360 Red Ring of Death ► https://youtu.be/EhW_SXzyUXI Secrets of the N64 Expansion Pak ► https://youtu.be/n17SDFZSu_o Konami How the Worst Was Worse ► https://youtu.be/VtC9P-EfXKg Secrets of the N64 Transfer Pak ► https://youtu.be/QbRkBTMRxZQ Mighty No 9 Explained ► https://youtu.be/snmGTtyELkQ #stopskeletons #punchingweight
Metroid Fusion Video Walkthrough
This is a video walkthrough / playthrough / runthrough / whatever of the Game Boy Advance game Metroid Fusion. In this video I complete the game with 100% items and a time quite under 2 hours. I had used ZeldaLinK's speed guide in preparation for this video. Took a few tries, but I was finally able to get all the items in a short amount of time. The boss fights could have gone a slight bit faster perhaps. I'm sure there are better strategies out there than the ones I used perhaps. I understand that the Japanese version has a hard mode, but since I try to do the US version of games if I can, I guess I didn't have much choice in the setting, so I apologize about that.
Views: 221305 SaikyoMog
Everdrive GBA X5 for the Game Boy Advance
Episode 39 - This week on the show, I take a look at the newest product in the Everdrive line; the Everdrive GBA X5 for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance. This product allows you to load games directly from an SD card, so that you can play ROMs without using an emulator. This is a must-have product for Game Boy Advance fans! This will NOT allow you to play GB and GBC ROMs on a GBA. PLEASE DO NOT ASK ME WHERE TO GET ROMS! ** THIS PRODUCT WAS PROVIDED TO THE SHOW FOR PROMOTIONAL PURPOSES ** I happen to think that Everdrives are awesome, but this video should NOT be viewed as an objective, journalistic review. Show notes: - The Everdrive GBA X5 featured in this video was provided to the show free-of-charge by Krikzz. - Sorry that some of the footage is grainy. I was shooting in low light for most of this episode. - I think this is the first time that I recorded gameplay footage by pointing a camera at the screen. - This is the first episode of the show in which I wore a CGQ t-shirt. - I used the photo enlargement stand normally used for "Let's Read" episodes to shoot much of the footage in this episode. Buy yours at shop.krikzz.com Subscribe: http://goo.gl/qPJtIq Facebook: http://goo.gl/3kDiqt Twitter: http://twitter.com/CGQuarterly Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/cgquarterly/ Homepage: http://www.cgquarterly.com All box art featured in CGQ videos comes from The Cover Project, fount at thecoverproject.net. Check them out for all of your video game insert needs. Music courtesy of Kevin MacLeod (www.smartsound.com/royalty-free-music/i­ncompetech)
Views: 101780 Classic Gaming Quarterly
Secrets To Fixing Faulty Game Boy Games!
Follow me on Twitter! https://twitter.com/Voultar Store Web-Site: https://voultar.com Join me as I teach you the same techniques that I've shared with brick & mortar video game stores over the years to recover "dead" Game Boy cartridges as well as a lesson in replacing dead batteries that are plaguing these 20+ year old games! ★The following (affiliate) links are for the soldering equipment I used while making this video★ ►T12 Soldering Station: http://bit.ly/2DtoywS $40.99 Coupon!! 257a98 ►T12 Tip Collection: http://bit.ly/2Dvbln5 20% OFF Coupon!! 580dd8 ►T12 Stand: http://bit.ly/2DtL3BK $8.99 Coupon!! 9b1d43 ♫Music (In order)♫ DMG - Kirby's Dream Land - Title Screen 00:05 DMG - Mega Man V - Pluto's Stage 01:05 DMG - Super Mario Land 2 - Athletic Theme 04:06 DMG - Wario Land - Bonus Theme 01 06:50 VB - Mario's Tennis Tournament Doubles 01 09:50 VB - Mario's Tennis - Tie-Breaker 13:05 VB - Mario's Tennis - Results 16:17
Views: 37202 Voultar
Game Boy Advance Longplay [033] The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap (Part 1 of 3)
http://www.longplays.org Played by: Tsunao A Zelda game made by Capcom. Follow the adventure of Zelda as he attends a festival or something and then bad stuff happens. He also gets a talking hat. I haven't played this game a lot (about 3 times). For this playthrough, I don't get everything, but I get a bunch of stuff. Things I do: get almost every Heart Piece (and the special Heart Container), get all Tiger Scrolls as well as the other skills (y'know...faster Split Gauge, faster Spin Attack charge), all bottles, upgrades for some of the equipment (like the Magic Boomerang). What I don't do: Figurine collecting (hence "almost every Heart Piece"), get Mirror Shield (it is the only post-game thing to do, aside from getting the last 6 Figurines.), do all Kinstone fusions (especially to get the golden monsters, which the Figurine sidequest demands). Forgive me if the text advances fast. I was recording a VBA movie file and the emulator lagged. -_- Don't mind any flickering that happens. VBA movie...lag...yeah.
Views: 464262 World of Longplays
Game Boy Advance: First Person Shooter Ports | Punching Weight [SSFF]
☠Start your Squarespace free trial today at http://www.squarespace.com/stopskeletons and use code STOPSKELETONS to get 10% off your first purchase! ☠Check the site we made ► https://www.nochumpzone.com ☠ Subscribe! ☠ ► https://go.stopskeletons.com/subscribe ☠Support us on Patreon! ► http://bit.ly/SSFFpatreon It is estimated that there over a 1000 games made for Nintendo’s Game Boy Advance. No idea was too ridiculous for the GBA, except for maybe one — First Person Shooters. Despite hundreds and hundreds of games, there are only 13 FPS’s on the GBA and we’re gonna cover every last one! Welcome to PART ONE of our ode to GBA First Person Shooters, and in this episode it’s all about the ports! ☠Credits ☠ Written by Derek Alexander & Grace Kramer Shot by Grace Kramer Edited by Sober Dwarf ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs595r4A30fYDOd7AzTAgbw and Derek Alexander 💪Get that look! ✨► https://www.fangamer.com/products/stop-skeletons-from-fighting-shirt Music by ☠► hellstar.plus Artwork and Bumper by Studio Goblin ☠► https://www.studiogoblin.co.uk ☠ More? ☠ The Xbox Red Ring of Death ►https://youtu.be/EhW_SXzyUXI Secrets of the GBA e-Reader ► https://youtu.be/-CiT-c2WDno Mighty No 9 Kickstarter Explained ► https://youtu.be/snmGTtyELkQ Secrets of the N64 Expansion Pak ► https://youtu.be/n17SDFZSu_o Explained: Castlevania vs Curse of the Moon ► https://youtu.be/EKIAI0iG9ZI Street Fighter Gameboy Ports ► https://youtu.be/56EzX4Mbg34 The Day One Patch and No Man's Sky Next ► https://youtu.be/O4zhOpCrq3s Doom Console Ports #2 (Jaguar/3DO/Saturn) ► https://youtu.be/XsKLvzNT7E0 #stopskeletons #gba #gameboy
Mario's Secret Game Boy Games - Gaming Historian
Gaming Historian looks at Mario's secret Game Boy games. We all know Mario starred in a lot of Game Boy games, but a few might surprise you. ► New viewer? Subscribe! http://goo.gl/WCIhMQ ► Facebook & Twitter: http://www.facebook.com/gaminghistorian http://www.twitter.com/gaminghistorian ► Questions / Comments? http://www.thegaminghistorian.com
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TAP (GBA) Advance Wars I - Campaign (1/4)
TAP = Tool Assisted Playthrough. Set Playlist here: v https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_E3N3Ydd8JU&index=1&list=PL329D7D2BA933DDFA # = Set Time / Team 1 VS Team 2 / Mission 1 = --:-- / Andy VS Olaf / It's War! 2 = 15:32 / Andy VS Grit / Gunfighter! 3 = 30:57 / Andy VS Eagle / Air Ace! 4 = 38:08 / Andy VS Olaf / Max Strikes! 5 = 47:22 / Max VS Grit / Max's Folly? 6 = 55:53 / Max VS Olaf / Olaf's Navy! Part 2 = https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hK5T01z-6qM&list=PL329D7D2BA933DDFA&index=2
Views: 69664 EddieERL
HOW TO Game Boy Advance AGS-101 Backlit Mod! - SNES Themed GBA Tutorial! 😱
In this video I'm showing you How To do the AGS-101 backlit screen mod for your Game boy Advance. 😉👍 ► Follow me on INSTAGRAM! https://www.instagram.com/iamjordipower/ ►SUBSCRIBE for AWESOMENESS! https://www.youtube.com/c/JordiPower?sub_confirmation=1 ►Here are some shortcuts for the video: ---------------- 00:20 What's the AGS-101 mod for the GBA and Why? 01:25 What you need to do this mod 03:12 GBA SP teardown 05:35 GBA teardown 07:50 GBA Shell modification to fit the AGS-101 screen 09:37 Painting the GBA shell with SNES grey 13:23 Assembling the screen adaptor and soldering to the mainboard 14:21 Assembling everything 18:21 Final Result 19:13 Powering on the modded GBA ►Screwdriver tips used ---------------- Game Boy Adavnce SP: Triwing Y0 Philipps 00 Game Boy Advance: Triwing Y1 (also works with Y0) Philipps 1 (also works with 00) ►SNES grey color code ---------------- Pantone: 421C RAL: 7035 ►Screen adaptors for the AGS-101 screen ---------------- GBA serial number starting with "0": 40 pin adaptor. GBA serial number starting with "1": 32 pin adaptor. So I hope this AGS-101 Backlight screen mod Tutorial helps you. As you know, I took the AGS-101 screen from a Game Boy Advance SP. Be careful because there's two types of Game Boy Advance SP: the ones with the AGS-001 screen (frontlit) and the ones with the AGS-101 screen (backlit). Besides doing the GBA backlit mod, I also customized the color of the shell (by painting the GBA shell) and the buttons to match the Super Nintendo (in Europe) or the Super Famicom (Japan) color scheme. So here's teh complete tutorial for a SNES themed Game Boy Advance with the AGS-101 Backlight Screen mod. Be aware that depending on your GBA serial number, you'll need a 40 pin screen adaptor or a 32 pin screen adaptor. Thanks for watching, THUMBS UP and SUBSCRIBE for more! 😉 Take care, and may the POWER be with YOU! ► MUSIC (Creative Commons) Motivator, Son of a Rocket, Secret of Tiki Island, Off to Osaka, Funky Chunk, Super Power Cool Dude, Takeover of the 8-bit Synths by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ 18-07-2017 Level 4.023.
Views: 98955 JordiPower
Pokemon Emerald Complete Walkthrough
Can we hit 2,000 likes? Prefer watching on Twitch? http://www.twitch.tv/gcpmtv Pokemon Emerald Version takes Trainers back to the land of Hoenn for an expanded adventure, this time against both Team Magma and Team Aqua! Pokemon Emerald also features an even more exciting storyline featuring the Legendary Rayquaza, and the chance to catch more Legendary Pokemon such as both Latios and Latias!
Views: 1172247 giancarloparimango11
Game Boy Advance Longplay [014] Metal Slug Advance
http://www.recordedamigagames.org Played By: ScHlAuChi Before the ending i added in the special stage that unlocks when you collect a special card in the game
Views: 2469971 World of Longplays
Game Boy Advance Longplay [187] Pokemon Sapphire (Part 1 of 3)
http://www.longplays.org Played by: Segafan Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire were the first two games introduced for Generation III series. These new episodes take place in the Hoenn region and features new Pokemon in comparison to the previous versions. The game was released in Japan on November 21, 2002, in North America on March 17, 2003 and in Europe on July 25, 2003. Ok, this longplay is very LONG, but it has no cuts, and it includes trainings and not so important extra parts, because I want to show you (almost) everything of this game, so I divided in chapters these 3 parts of video, hope you enjoy it. Part 1 00:03:07 Beginning 00:09:32 Choosing Starter 00:16:36 May 1st Battle 00:32:10 How to catch Pokemon 00:50:40 Team Aqua Grunt 1 01:12:29 Rustboro City Gym 01:17:11 Gym Leader Roxanne 01:33:18 Team Aqua Grunt 2 01:56:19 To Dewford with Mr.Briney 03:00:00 Dewford Town Gym 03:07:35 Gym Leader Brawly 03:13:56 Granite Cave 03:37:27 Slaterport Museum 04:12:23 Trick House 1 04:31:01 May 2nd Battle 04:48:16 Cycle route 05:20:20 Wally 1st Battle and Mauville City Gym 05:29:59 Gym Leader Wattson 05:52:26 Tunnel 06:16:20 Trick House 2 06:26:34 Winstrate Family 06:34:41 Tv Interviewers 1 07:49:29 Meteor Falls 1 08:01:10 Mt.Chimney 08:06:06 Team Aqua Leader Archie 08:30:06 Lavaridge Town Gym 08:38:32 Gym Leader Flannery 09:10:35 Trick House 3 09:26:09 Petalburg City Gym 09:34:25 Gym Leader Norman (Dad) 10:48:03 Trick House 4 11:09:50 New Mauville 11:24:56 Tv Interviewers 2 Part 2 00:24:56 Weather Institute 00:39:54 May 3rd Battle 00:55:33 Tv Interviewers 3 00:59:03 Devon Scope 01:33:43 Mt.Pyre 1 (Team Idro) 02:37:59 Fortree City Gym 02:46:04 Gym Leader Winona 02:55:06 Trick House 5 03:05:32 Mt.Pyre 2 03:45:05 May 4th Battle 04:04:16 Aqua Hideout 04:27:45 Safari Zone 04:56:09 Mossdeep City Gym 05:06:22 Gym Leaders Tate and Liza 05:18:16 Seafloor Cavern 05:32:54 Team Aqua Leader Archie Final Battle 06:47:58 Trick House 6 07:07:57 Kyogre 07:19:58 Sootopolis City Gym 07:35:37 Gym Leader Wallace 07:46:27 Trick House 7 08:00:08 Meteor Falls 2 08:55:04 Tv Interviewers 4 09:22:04 Victory Road 09:44:46 Wally 12:37:11 Elite Four Sidney 12:42:50 Elite Four Phoebe 12:51:55 Elite Four Glacia 13:02:25 Elite Four Drake 13:06:36 Champion Steven Part 3 00:01:46 Trick House 8 00:25:13 Shoal Cave 01:43:00 Unlock the Regis 01:47:47 Regice 01:52:55 Regirock 01:57:56 Registeel 02:05:28 Rayquaza 02:19:18 SS Tidal Slaterport Lilycove Battle Tower 02:39:13 Latias 02:49:36 Using Secret Power 02:54:46 Tv Interviewers 5 and 6
Views: 105140 World of Longplays
Game Boy Advance Longplay [046] Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros 3
http://www.longplays.org Played by: Tsunao Nintendo-developed game, but you should already know that. Something about wands and Koopalings. Who knows? Pretty much a port based off the SNES version(?)...Iunno. Much wasn't changed, but some noteworthy changes are lives limit increased to 999, some sound bites added, and Spade Panels can change to other panels, allowing more extra lives to be obtained (Super Leaf gives seven lives). GBA version also has World-e, which uses the e-Reader. The levels range from easy to friggin' difficult. This longplay goes through the main game while clearing every stage and stuff without warping and clears all the stages of World-e. Spade Panel was played once. Matching game...or whatever, was played once. I spawn the Treasure Ship a few times (found out late how to do it. I never did understood the mechanics until now.) Deaths kept intact. Because I know someone is going to question about getting Star panels all the time: running at the goal with a full P-Meter, when given enough time and no enemies in the way, will give it to you pretty much all the time. I did it all the time on the SNES version. World-e was played with no skills (Mad Dash is all kinds of hard.). Save files were used to play the World-e stages because it is kinda impossible to scan e-Reader cards. No saves that has the actual Mad Dash stage exists (hell, the card wasn't made available to the public), so a brave soul remade it and made it available in a save. This is the greatest Mario game ever! Better than Super Mario World. Better than all the other Mario games! Yes, I said it. Come at me, bro!
Views: 2456208 World of Longplays
Game Boy Advance Longplay [056] Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2
http://www.longplays.org Played by: xRavenXP Port of a great SNES game called Super Mario World. Who does not know Super Mario World? It is an extremely good game and great success worldwide. As in previous games in the series, the script involves Mario traversing different lands on a quest to rescue Princess Peach, who was captured by Bowser. He also seizes the island of Dinosaurs, and imprisons its inhabitants in magical eggs, handing them over to his seven henchmen, the Koopalings! Mario and Luigi face challenges by 7 different worlds, until finally defeating once again the terrible Bowser and save the Princess and the inhabitants of the Island of the Dinosaurs. This version was released for the Game Boy Advance with modified gameplay (with real differentiation between Mario and Luigi), with the name Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2. Luigi can jump higher (but Mario runs more faster), when Luigi riding Yoshi can spit small enemies in others and also their small fireballs jump higher. Many of the glitches in SNES version have been fixed in these port (like in the battles against Iggy and Larry Koopa) and not being able to eat the P button after stepping up and also, unlike the SNES version, you can not return to the castles after destroyed (in SNES version you can return to the destroyed castles pressing L+R and one other button). An great game. All exits encountered, all dragon coins collected (with a prize if you collected all), all stages open.
Views: 1562164 World of Longplays
Harry Potter on Game Boy: Chamber of Secrets (Review) - Max Marriner
SUBSCRIBE! ▶︎▶︎▶︎ https://goo.gl/ctHvrG Follow Max Marriner on Twitter! ▶︎▶︎▶︎ http://tinyurl.com/hermged THE ORIGINAL VIDEO ▶︎▶︎▶︎ http://bit.ly/2gAqchf The Boy Who Lived continues his adventures on Game Boy consoles! One year ago, I took a long, hard look at Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone for the Game Boy Color - now, it's time to do the same to its sequel. This game was presumably developed in a year - how could it POSSIBLY hold up? Special Thanks: Amanda of Fandom Matters - https://www.youtube.com/c/fandommatters Kevin of Arcadology - https://www.youtube.com/arcadology Sean Capdeville - https://twitter.com/SCapdeville Larry Fried - https://twitter.com/TheLarryFried Lauren Linsalata - https://twitter.com/llinsalata Zoe Baillargeon - https://twitter.com/ZoeBaillargeon Riley Gardner - https://twitter.com/RileyGardner17 Zoe Brazil - https://twitter.com/brazil_zoe Other videos: Angry Video Game Nerd Movie is TRASH ▶︎▶︎▶︎ http://bit.ly/2zFMScJ Michael Fassbender as Steve Jobs ▶︎▶︎▶︎ http://bit.ly/2AHdPu6 Tobey Maguire as Spider-Man ▶︎▶︎▶︎ http://bit.ly/2tRQKVI
Views: 5057 Max Marriner
Game Boy Advance Longplay [204] SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom
http://www.longplays.org Played by: NPI One of the more annoying Spongebob games. 100% run.
Views: 9203 World of Longplays
Super Mario Advance 4 (Mario 3) Gameboy Advance Full Playthrough
This port of Super Mario Brothers 3 for the GBA is pretty solid overall. I like how they minimized the HUD to maximize screen real estate for the game. My only complaint with this is that the music is noticeably down sampled and sounds kinda bad. I'm sure that's just what they were working with on GBA.
Views: 345118 RetroGame.Stream
Game Boy Advance Longplay [002] Jazz Jackrabbit
Released on Dec 22, 2002. Please give the video a like! Time codes are below. 00:47 - Intro Chameleon World 01:27 - Escape! 04:35 - Die Chameleons 09:26 - Deep In the Chameleon Lair 12:08 - King of the Chameleons Space City - Carrotopolis 17:27 - Space Dock 23:47 - Down in the Dumps 26:37 - Merchant Street 32:24 - Saurian General Icebox3 36:04 - First Frost 42:50 - Things Are Heating Up 49:48 - Fire and Ice 53:10 - The Abominable Snow Turtle Industrial Wastelands 1:01:10 - What A Waste! 1:02:11 - They're All Wasted 1:06:01 - Let's Waste 'Em 1:09:34 - Giant Mech Turtle Chelonia IV 1:14:14 - At Death's Door 1:17:18 - Token Lava Level 1:20:36 - Boy, I Could Use A Carrot 1:21:36 - Dark Shell 1:23:09 - Ending 1:24:20 - Credits - Thanks for watching!
Views: 4560 Project Longplay
Alien 3 - Gameboy - Walkthrough
Alien 3 - Gameboy - Walkthrough Let's play
Views: 27010 silverwings21
Pac-Man World 2 GBA 100% Playthrough - Part 1
Unalterted gameplay video of Pac-Man World 2 on Game Boy Advance! (Read the rest of the description for more details.) Part 1 contains the intros, Pac Village, and Bear Basics. This game is very personal to me, being the first game I ever owned! It is very near and dear to my heart, and, sadly, it is rather unknown and unappreciated. So, I wanted to make sure there was video of the entire game in unaltered form, so people have a way to see it for themselves and see how cool of a game it is! This series will also double as a video walkthrough, because I collect everything, so if you want to play this game yourself and go for 100% completion, then you can use this! Finally, I will add some annotations with notes about certain things going on, such as glitches and etc. I went with annotations rather than commentary so that you can remove them and have the unaltered gameplay. Hope you enjoy~!
Views: 30008 FlutterBug
Game Boy Advance Longplay [004] Rayman Raving Rabbids
100% longplay. Released on Nov. 14, 2006. Please give the video a like! Time codes are below: 00:17 - Opening 01:25 - Intro 02:19 - Agony Jails 10:35 - Child World 29:00 - Forest World 44:10 - Organic Cave 1:02:51 - Sweets World 1:28:09 - Dark World 1:42:00 - Final Boss 1:43:45 - Ending 1:45:00 - Credits - Thanks for watching!
Views: 18703 Project Longplay
Game Boy Advance Longplay [005] Rayman 3
100% Longplay. Released on Mar. 4, 2003. Please give the video a like! Time codes are below: 0:00:06 - Opening 0:00:59 - Intro 0:02:12 - Forgotten Forest 0:02:13 - Wanderwood Forest 0:07:23 - Shining Glade 0:13:36 - Swamp of Begoniax 0:17:08 - Garish Gears [BOSS] 0:19:23 - Hoodlum Hideout 0:26:00 - Haunted Dreams 0:26:18 - Magma Mayhem 0:29:11 - Vertigo Wastes 0:37:40 - Void of Bones 0:49:25 - Jano's Nest [BOSS] 0:51:56 - Prickly Passage 0:57:05 - Swamp of Begoniax 2 1:01:40 - Ly's Punch Challenge 1 1:03:28 - Magmacosm 1:03:45 - River of Fire 1:14:37 - The Underlands 1:29:25 - Boulder Brink 1:34:10 - Den of Rocky [BOSS] 1:36:06 - Wretched Ruins 1:43:07 - Wicked Flow 1:52:52 - Pirate Stronghold 1:53:12 - Creeping Chaos 1:58:26 - Scaleman's Keep [BOSS] 2:01:43 - The Mettleworks 2:10:08 - Magma Mayhem 2 2:16:56 - Razor Slide 2:21:50 - Wanderwood Forest (2) 2:24:27 - Mega Havoc 1 2:27:24 - Vertigo Wastes (2) 2:28:26 - Prickly Passage (2) 2:31:49 - Mega Havoc 2 2:34:53 - Boulder Brink (2) 2:35:55 - Mega Havoc 3 2:40:07 - Mega Havoc 4 2:45:07 - Lum Challenge 2:46:44 - Heart of the Ancients [FINAL BOSS] 2:49:46 - Ending 2:50:24 - Credits - Thanks for watching!
Views: 25538 Project Longplay
Game Boy Advance Longplay [009] Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku II
Released on June, 17. 2003. Please give the video a like! Time codes are below: 0:00:00
Views: 70936 Project Longplay
Game Boy Advance Longplay [027] Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories (Sora: Part 1 of 9)
http://www.longplays.org Played By: RickyC Re: Chain of Memories wasn't released here so until i get a good enough PC to run it the GBA version will do. Not big fan of game but did like riku's story more. I dont use much tactics in battle, I just wanted to get the story.
Views: 266474 World of Longplays
Metroid Fusion (GBA) [Best Ending, 100% run w/ secret message easter egg] - Full Game
Super Metroid set the bar incredibly high and may be considered one of the best games of all time. How do you top that? Well, you don't. At least not with the approach this game took... Metroid Fusion is officially called Metroid 4 in the intro and takes place after Super Metroid. As far as I know it is the last game in the chronological order of the series. Samus returns to SR388 where she already exterminated all metroids but one hatchling. There, she is attacked by a life form now called "X". This parasite puts Samus into a critical condition where her chances of survival were deemed very low. Scientists were able to create a vaccine that included metroid DNA which was taken from the metroid hatchling thus eliminating the X in Samus. however, parts of her power suit had to be surgically removed due to the infection. yep, powers gone again. While Samus recovers, the removed pieces of her power suit are sent to a research station for analysis. the game starts when she docks with the station investigating an explosion. being a game for a handheld, Nintendo decided to use a more "accessible" aproach in game design. the station is separated in different zones connected by a hub of elevators, but access is restricted until the necessary security overrides for colored doors are activated. of course the environments set restrictions on accessibility too and you may need specific upgrades as in any other metroid game. at any time you have a clear objective and you can see the map for every zone as you enter the navigation rooms at the entrance of an area. there, you find a computer that tells you where to go and what to do next in cutscenes that you can't skip. while in metroid II it felt like a natural progression that areas open up, it doesn't feel right how metroid fusion handles this. you get sent to different areas several times and each time you can access a bit more the zone. you are spoonfed and and feels way too linear for a metroid game. yes, you backtrack and there are plenty of hidden items for 100% completion, but the objective based gameplay sucks in my opinion. Samus has a new trick up her sleeve now. she can grab onto ledges and pull herself up. her arsenal has been a bit streamlined. there is no distinction between regular and super missiles. you just get a missile upgrade which turns them all into super missiles. there is also an ice missile upgrad instead of the ice beam and a diffusion effect for the missile which makes it hit an area of effect if charged up. the grappling hook is gone, but you can now climb on ceilings in specific areas. i think the rest is still there. well, how does it play? it plays very smoothly. Samus feels more ninja-like than ever. the game is not very hard with recharge rooms in every zone and, as mentioned, you can hardly get lost. however, the difficulty spikes if you go for the best ending which is 100% completion (find all upgrades) and keeping the time under two hours. don't even try if you haven't mastered shinesparking (continuously keep a speed boost active). about five or so upgrades are very tricky to get and you waste many minutes if you haven't gotten it down well. even then you need to take shortcuts and use a really efficient route to stay under two hours. it is not frustratingly difficult, but it is a good challenge. as mentioned, the game handles flawlessly, but the cutscenes that can't be skipped are annoying. you can just speed up the text. the graphics are good. a bit better than what the SNES could do and much more colorful than super metroid thus losing the claustrophobic and gloomy atmosphere. some people may not like it, but the art style is ok. the audio is also very good, but not as good as super metroid. is it worth your time? absolutely. sure, it is in my opinion one of the weaker entries in the series and i like zero mission more, but since it doesn't have major flaws, most complaints are just nitpicking. please don't forget to subscribe if you like my videos! thanks!
Views: 575186 temujin9000
The Legend of Zelda : Minish Cap full playthrough
Complete playthrough of MInish cap (2004 for GBA). From my recording, two things missing at the end, mirror shield as well as description of figurines (total video was 12:26:00 otherwise) More details coming later...
Views: 98720 TTDLX
Super Mario Advance Video Walkthrough
This is a video walkthrough / playthrough / runthrough / etc of the GBA game Super Mario Advance. This video goes through Super Mario Bros. 2 and shows you how to get all the red coins in each stage. This is more or less going through the main game. I'm pretty sure I collect all the mushrooms in each stage as well as the red coins found throughout all the stages. I used everyone evenly, and didn't really have a pattern as to who I picked when, though I did want Mario and Luigi to do the last two stages.
Views: 333264 SaikyoMog
GBA Sonic the Hedgehog: Genesis Video Walkthrough
This is a video walkthrough / playthrough / runthrough / etc of the Game Boy Advance port of Sonic the Hedgehog. Simply put, this is a horrible port with lag and other problems here and there. Despite all of that, I go through the game and get all the Chaos Emeralds. It should be fairly obvious while watching when the game mucks up.
Views: 29841 SaikyoMog
Game Boy Advance Longplay [019] Castlevania Circle of the Moon
http://www.longplays.org Played by: Tsunao Fact: Xbox 360 D-Pad sucks! I'm considering using my DS as a pad. Yes, it is possible with a R4 flashcart, some other programs, and some homebrew. ;) Sadly, you can't use it properly for stylus-heavy games. =/ To the topic at hand: Up there as a difficult Metroidvania game (I put this as second, since Order of Ecclesia is harder). Still plays like good ol' Symphony of the Night, but with a lack of a shop (ups the difficulty). Gameplay mechanic revolves around the Dual System Setup (DSS), where you combine two cards for various effects, like a Fire Whip (Mercury + Salamander), increasing attack (Venus + Salamander), and a fire sword (Mars + Salamander) to name a few. You can get a gun through DSS (Mars + Black Dog). :3 It sucks in my opinion. THis is just a standard ol' 100% Map Rate playthrough (I always do that), so that includes the hellish Battle Arena. =_= Also played as Vampirekiller (more classes are unlocked upon clearing the game. Others are Magician, Warrior, Shooter, and Thief). I'm not the best at playing CotM (last time I played this was about 3 years ago). Took me awhile to adjust to the game. I also need to plan my routes better. =_= I try to get as many rooms as possible, but after the Chapel, I decided to just bumrush the game until I get the Roc Wing (the game's Gravity Boots). After that, I go around the world, covering as much as possible before going to the Observatory Tower. There are times where I had to go back to get a room, like Adrammalech boss room, Observatory Tower boss room (did this after Arena. -_-), and one small room in the Clock Tower (also after the Arena while I was replenish Hearts) Oh, and there will lots of map viewing and game pausing. Trick of the trade: DSS glitch. Since I loathe grinding (especially for the cards), I decide to utilize the glitch, gaining access to combinations I can't even get at whatever point of the game...unless I was a Magician (like Summon Thunderbird on Cerberus and Summon Unicorn for regenrating health). The glitch is activated by activating the DSS, going into the menu, and switching around the card combination for whatever combination. I usually use the Diana + Manticore, since the poison ball breaks things in a few seconds (same can be said of the Crucifix). Somewhere, Summon Thunderbird is used to wreck Batman and the Zombie Dragons. Summon Unicorn is for the healing (Potions aren't easy to get, y'know.) Another trick of the trade: Luck manipulation. Since I was recording a movie and abusing savestate, all errors are not shown. The awesomeness of rerecording emulators. Anyway, I use luck manipulation to get 2 Double Grips (from Black Armors), Mirror Armor (from Devil), Black Dog Card (from Evil Armors), and Unicorn Card (from White Armors). All I had to do was weaken it, make a savestate, and keep killing at different intervals until I get whatever I want. I could've did it for the cards, but I didn't feel like it. Technically, I am grinding, so it is rather ironic.
Views: 221023 World of Longplays
Donkey Kong Country 3 (GBA) - 103% Complete Longplay
A longplay of Donkey Kong Country 3, all DK coins and Bananas Birds. Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! is a 1996 adventure platform video game developed by Rare and published by Nintendo for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The game was the final instalment in the Donkey Kong Country series to appear on that console. Donkey Kong Country 3 was released in late 1996 in North America, Europe and Japan. The game was ported to the Game Boy Advance in 2005 with a different soundtrack and added features. The game was released on the Wii's Virtual Console service in North America on 24 December 2007 (unavailable from 16 November 2012 until 26 February 2015), and the following day in Europe as a special Christmas update (was unavailable in Europe from 25 November 2012 until 30 October 2014) as well as for Wii U on 30 October 2014 in Europe, on 26 November in Japan, and in North America on 26 February 2015. See more 60fps on World of Longplays go to http://www.longplays.org
Views: 185582 Amy Rose Longplays
Game Boy Donkey Kong Video Walkthrough
I forgot who requested this one, but anyways....I present to you a video walkthrough / playthrough / runthrough / etc of Donkey Kong for the Game Boy. This game isn't too hard once you know what you need to do for the most part. I'm sure there were better ways to go about some stages than what you'll see here, but at least I make it through alright.
Views: 273034 SaikyoMog
Metroid: Zero Mission Video Walkthrough
This is a video walkthrough / playthrough / runthrough / whatever of the Game Boy Advance game Metroid: Zero Mission. This is a 100% item run on hard that completes the game under 2 hours. I followed the guide made by superdynamo over at GameFAQs.com. I had quite a bit of practice using this guide (Took a few tries to get all the item locations down into memory) and it does exactly as the guide suggests more or less (I don't bother with saving my game, so I'm able to shave off a few extra minutes). My tactics for some boss fights could have been better I guess, but I was able to complete it all without too much trouble I suppose.
Views: 196737 SaikyoMog
Game Boy Advance Longplay [152] Crash Bandicoot Purple: Riptos Rampage
http://www.longplays.org Played by: NPI Crash Bandicoot's perspective. Crash Bandicoot/Spyro mash-up. Looked like a cool platformer, in fact it's a dull mini-game compilation with some platformer elements.
Views: 117472 World of Longplays
Game Boy Advance Longplay [001] Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku
Released on May 14, 2002. Please give the video a like! Time codes are below: 00:00 - Intro 03:00 - Roshi's House 06:57 - Goku's House 17:17 - Forest Village 30:19 - Crash Site 33:40 - Snake Way 36:39 - Underworld 48:48 - King Kai's Planet 52:53 - The City 1:05:26 - Nappa and Vegeta 1:16:14 - Planet Namek 1:48:17 - Namekian Temple 1:53:22 - Ginyu Squad 2:00:54 - Frieza's Ship 2:03:30 - Final Boss 2:11:23 - Ending 2:12:17 - Credits - Thanks for watching!
Views: 18679 Project Longplay
Resident Evil - GameBoy Color - Walkthrough
Here is a Walkthrough for the cancelled Resident Evil Gameboy Color game. This game is only 90% complete, so I'll go as far as I can. Here's a link to the ROM of the game: http://depositfiles.com/files/y84l1gk6k
Views: 388256 silverwings21
[TAS] GBA Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3 - Secret Levels 100%
Source: 【TAS】SMA3 ヨッシーアイランド ひみつコース 100%run http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm18775342
Views: 168423 Togepi1125
Kirby & The Amazing Mirror - Full Game - No Damage 100% Walkthrough
Enjoy my Gameplay of Kirby & The Amazing Mirror - Complete Game 100% Walkthrough without taking damage ►Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RetroArchive ►Timecodes (Bosses) 00:07:21 King Golem (2. Moonlight Mansion) 00:17:32 Mega Titan & Titan Head (5. Carrot Castle) 00:24:50 Gobbler (6. Olive Ocean) 00:34:45 Wiz (7. Peppermint Castle) 01:10:11 Master Hand & Crazy Hand (9. Candy Constellation) 01:15:04 Moley (3. Cabage Cavern) 01:25:37 Kracko (4. Mustard Mountain) 01:42:52 ? ? ? (8. Radish Ruins) Final Showdown inside the Amazing Mirror 01:49:35 Dark Meta Knight 01:50:24 Dark Mind (first form) 01:53:03 Dark Mind (giant eyeball) 01:55:41 Dark Mind (small eyeball) 01:56:26 Credits & Ending ►Game Informations: ▪Developer:HAL Laboratory, Capcom, Flagship, Dimps, Arika ▪Publisher: Nintendo ▪Director: Tomoaki Fukui ▪Producers: Yasushi Adachi, Masayoshi Tanimura, Shigeru Miyamoto, Kenji Miki ▪Composer: Hironobu Inagaki, Atsuyoshi Isemura ▪Series: Kirby ▪Platform: Game Boy Advance ▪Release dates: -JP April 15, 2004 -EU July 2, 2004 -NA October 18, 2004 -AU 2005 ▪Genre: Platformer, Metroidvania ▪Modes: Single-player, multiplayer ▪Playtime: 8+ hours
Views: 248957 RetroArchive
Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (GBA) - Obi-Wan Perfect Playthrough (TA) by DARK FULGORE
More HD videos at: http://www.EnterPlayment.net http://www.youtube.com/EnterPlaymentNet Get ready for some beat'em up combos with the Jedi fighting style! May the force be with you! Hope everyone likes it!
Views: 297475 DarkFulgore
Game Boy Advance Longplay [021] Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow
http://www.longplays.org PLayed by: Tsunao Maybe I am giving the Xbox 360 D-Pad too much hate. I keep saying "I'm going to use the DS D-Pad.", and yet, I am still using the 360 D-Pad, XD 3rd Metroidvania game on the GBA. FOllow the story of Soma, an ordinary high school student, who goes to a castle and learns about his skill of dominance. Oh, and Batman is dead. Permanently. CotM was hard. HoD was easy (TOO easy). AoS is just right. The game uses the good ol' SotN formula. It also plays a bit TOO much like SotN (Soma can use all sorts of weapons.) The game also has a system called the Tactical Soul System, where you assign 3 type of souls (Bullet aka Up+Attack; Guardian, use by holding R; and Enhance, which activates automatically), Mix and match for a favorite setup. Game info thingamabob: standard ol' 100% map playthrough on Hard Mode (used a save that had clear data). I did do one of me going through the game, but I decided "Why not 100% soul?". So...started over, made a VBA movie file (rerecording FTW), and took it from there. I probably won't do Dawn of Sorrow 100% souls. It is a pain. Hard Mode also gives access to Silver Gun, Death's Sickle, Death's Robe, Tear of Blood, and Kaiser Knuckles. Decided to throw in all 3 endings (defeating Maharg without equipping specific souls, getting Game Over at final boss, and..well, the True Ending). Jumping and backdashing will be abused to hell and back. Jumping is to cancel attack animation (for those that can be cancelled, like the majority of short swords and Claimh Solais) and going up slopes. Backdash is used to also cancel attack animations. From there, I can do another jump or use a Bullet Soul. Mix them together for high damage output (jump attack-ground attack-backdash-jump attack~). Some stuff: I decided to take the "backdoor" to the Underground Reservoir (from the entrance near the Floating Garden). This way, I can quickly enter the Forbidden Area (enter by using Curly, Manticore, or Devil Soul to get past the waterfall) and get the super-powerful Claimh Solais (arguably the best damn weapon in the game.) From there, I hardly switch weapons (I switch on Suiluj because he resists Holy. Gungner is where it's at.) Also, near the end, I missed out on two rooms, the passage from Reservoir-Castle Gate Merman room, and one room in the Clock Tower. =_= After I get 100% souls, I go back to pick up the Chaos Ring, which pretty much grants infinite MP. WIth that said, Red Minotaur + Lubicant = broken game. Trick of the trade: Luck manipulation: The RNG in this game is meh. I had to look around the interwebz to figure it out...sorta. Found info on what address to look at. Basic RNG manipulation is caused by attacking with weapon, backdashing, and using Guardian Soul. However, some enemies, attacks, and areas scramble the hell out of the RNG (Catoblepas, Creaking SKull fireball attack, and the tub in the Arena to name a few). For some enemies, I go through the RNG by attacking the air and spamming Flying Armor (or other Guardian Souls) until I get the soul to come out. For some more other enemies, I do a grind of 5 or so kills (it isn't that bad) in hopes of getting a soul. Others I get without any effort. LOL So...if I am spamming a Guardian Soul and attacking without killing, I am going through the RNG. Fun fact: Legion soul is missable. Don't destroy the 4 outer shells and kiss that awesome soul goodbye. Sky Fish can only be obtained by using Chronomage soul. Mandragora can be obtained by killing it when it is above surface before it screams. Fun fact 2: English errors: Curly (Kali), Lubicant (Rubicant), Skula (Scylla), Skull Millione (Scarmiglione), Ronginus' Spear (Longinus' Spear), Zombie Officer soul (you can recover from damage animation in midair by pressing the jump button), Sherman Ring, Gungner? (Gungnir), mid-jump o_o, lid-jump. XD
Views: 285425 World of Longplays
Game Boy Advance Longplay [064] Mario & Luigi - Superstar Saga (Part 1 of 3)
http://www.longplays.org Played by: NOUFozzy First major longplay :3 Really love the game, pretty random but I like the humor in it. I'm quite proud of the run, except for the fact that there are certain things I forgot to show. I've used savestates in the run, mostly due to sometimes badly failing at dodging certain attacks... I didn't really want to die because as you'll see in the run, I didn't really use the save book things. I hadn't played the game in a long time and I'm quite surprised I remembered that much about it. One thing I'd never forget about it though, is the music, and the final boss. I don't know why.. I just love the final boss. The main reason I remember it so much though is because I had so much trouble with it as a child.. But now I think it's very easy. I mean, yes I used savestates on it, but come on, I was only at level 33, I usually get there over 50. And talking about that, you guys are lucky, I tried to keep it interesting by not battling too much, and so I ended up going to the final boss at level 33. It isn't very low, but as I've stated already, it's kinda different to what I'm used to, considering I usually get there at a level above or close to 50. But that didn't make it too hard, at least. Well, no need to talk about the story of the game, you either know it already or will see it in the LP, so just enjoy the thing and be happy that you know about this awesome game.
Views: 1026538 World of Longplays
Game Boy Camera - Easter Eggs, Secrets, 64DD Support & MORE!
The Game Boy Camera is one of Nintendo's weirdest accessories for the Game Boy, but it's also one of their best.This tiny digital camera is full of imagination and most importantly - Easter eggs and secrets! The GameBoy Camera was once one of the smallest cameras in the world, but it's a clever little device that was a great addition to anyone who owned a Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Game Boy Pocket and Game Boy Advance! There's a lot more to the Game Boy Camera than meets the eye, and this video will prove it! In this guide to the Game Boy Camera, take a look at how this Game Boy accessory works, how to get the best out of it, and also how it works with the Nintendo 64's Transfer Pak accessory and the 64DD disk drive via Mario Artist: Paint Studio and Mario Artist: Talent Studio! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 🎮 Thanks for watching! 🎮 👾 It only takes a second to SUBSCRIBE and be notified when my weekly videos are released: https://www.youtube.com/c/pughoofgaming?subconfirmation=1 👾 If you enjoyed this video, why not consider supporting me via PATREON: http://www.patreon.com/pughoofgaming 👾 You can see a full transcription of all of my videos on the Pug Hoof Gaming WEBSITE: http://www.pughoofgaming.com 👾 Why not follow me on TWITTER and get all sorts of updates and discussions: http://www.twitter.com/pughoofgaming 👾 See exclusive photos and videos over on the Pug Hoof Gaming INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/pughoofgaming 👾 Finally, you can also Like the Pug Hoof Gaming FACEBOOK page: http://www.facebook.com/pughoofgaming - - - - - All gameplay footage captured in glorious 1080p60 using an original system, connected to a Framemeister upscaling unit and captured through an Elgato Game Capture HD60 unit. - - - - -
Views: 1944 Pug Hoof Gaming
Sonic Advance - walkthrough
Walkthrough with all 7 chaos emeralds as Sonic
Views: 212384 Razor & Zenon
Game Boy Advance Longplay [196] Spyro: Season of Ice
http://www.longplays.org Played by: NPI 100% Run. Series' continuation after Year of the Dragon (third and final title for the PS1). Gameplay seems strange in a isometric world, it's a bit hard to control Spyro and the game is quite hard. Not really an action-oriented game, mostly consist of searching and collecting fairies and those annoying crystals (all 7000 of them). At the end of the game at 03:46:58 I unlocked the Dragonfly X mini-game, which is endless so I quit after a few levels.
Views: 8166 World of Longplays
Game Boy Advance Longplay [063] Wario Ware Inc
http://www.longplays.org Played by: NOUFozzy Weird game, but still quite enojyable. A bit too easy and short, but oh well. Worth it anyway.
Views: 297025 World of Longplays

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