Gamcube and Game Boy Advace FAQs
GBA IS OUT IN JAPAN! ORDER AN IMPORT SYSTEM TODAY, AS WELL AS ANY LAUNCH TITLE!
The Japanese GBA plays all US and Japanese Gameboy, Gameboy Color, and GBA games. To order
it, click here to go to a Japanese
import retailer. The system, by itself, is $119.99 and $159.99 with one game.
The Pokemon Plant recommends that you wait for the US release, so that, first off, the
games will be in English, and some bugs in the system/games will be fixed for the US
version. Just thought we'd pass along that info:)
Welcome to the Gamecube and Game Boy Advance FAQ! This FAQ was made to inform Pokemon Plant
readers of the two new upcoming systems from Nintendo, which will have some AMAZING
looking Pokemon Games.
If you take a quick glance to your left, you will see links directing you towards the
Gamecube and GBA FAQs. Located directly under that is a link to the multimedia section
(described in the paragraph below). Here you will find footage of most of the games,
pictures of the system, and screenshots-a-plenty. There's loads of info to keep you busy
for hours...uhh...I mean minu...no wait...let's just say for a small portion of your day.
Now take a look to your right. Here, you will find multimedia for some of the announced
Gamecube games. Although most of them are just screenshots, Mario 128, Meowth's Party (info
below), and Rogue Squadron 2 all have video footage. For footage of the other games, look
to the left once more and go to the main multimedia page. There, you will find a video reel
with footage of all of the future games.
The first Pokemon game that was previewed features the lovable Team Rocket Pokemon, Meowth. In the demo,
Meowth begins playing a song in Japanese. After a while, a bunch of Pokemon burst into the
room, so that they can listen to Meowth's concert. Head on over to the
Gamecube Multimedia section to check out screen shots and a
video of the song and dance number.
Last Updated: 02/17/01
Created by: John McDaniel
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