Game Boy Advance


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First generation Game Boy Advance.

The Game Boy Advance, often shortened to GBA, is a 32-bit handheld video game system created by Nintendo and initially released in 2001. It played host to two versions of Doom:


Doom for Game Boy Advance was released by David A. Palmer Productions in 2001. This is a port of Doom based on the Atari Jaguar version. It is notably censored to obtain a "teen" rating from the ESRB, with most blood being changed to green.

Doom II[edit]

Doom II for Game Boy Advance was released by Torus Games in 2002. This Doom II port is based on the Southpaw Engine, and differs in a number of fundamental gameplay aspects from any other version of the game.

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