Developed by Camelot Software Planning and published by Nintendo in 2000 (in Japan – 2001 everywhere else), Mario Tennis on the Game Boy Color is an alternate handheld version of the Mario-based tennis game on the Nintendo 64 which was published under the same name that same year.
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Mario Golf: Advance Tour, Game Boy Advance
Mario Golf: Advance Tour was released in 2004 and was developed by Camelot Software Planning for Nintendo.
It is similar in many ways to Mario Tennis: Power Tour – it’s like an RPG with golfing elements – and it is a lot of fun to play.
Mario Tennis: Power Tour, Game Boy Advance
This 2005 tennis game is one of my favourite sports games of all time.
Mario Tennis: Power Tour was developed by Camelot for Nintendo and is known as Mario Power Tennis in Europe and Australia, but I’m sticking to the original title.
Shining the Holy Ark, Sega Saturn
A direct follow-up to the classic Megadrive game, Shining in the Darkness, and arguably the best level-grinder on the Sega Saturn, the awkwardly-titled Shining the Holy Ark is a superb first-person, party-based RPG with turn-based combat.
Golden Sun: The Lost Age, Game Boy Advance
The second game in the Golden Sun series is pretty much identical to the first, which is fine because the first Golden Sun game was so good. Again: this sequel was developed by Camelot and published by Nintendo in 2002 (2003 in Europe).
Golden Sun, Game Boy Advance
Golden Sun is a brilliant and richly-detailed handheld Role-Playing Game developed by famous Japanese studio Camelot Software Planning.
It was first published by Nintendo for the Game Boy Advance in 2001 and has since gone on to become something of a legend among JRPGs fans.