Driver – Nintendo Game Boy Color

This game has the player taking the role of Tanner, a cop going undercover as the wheelman for a crime syndicate in order to break open a big case. On the way, they’ll have to eliminate competition, drive getaway cars, scare some people silly, evade plenty of police and steal one of their cars, dodge bad guys and smash through a few windows.
Multiple vehicles are available to use during the main story missions and there are also mini games like Checkpoint, Pursuit, Survival and Getaway. Unlike the other versions, the GBC version is top down and the city of San Francisco is missing.

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £8 (Cash Converters)

FIFA Football – Nintendo Game Boy Advance

Electronic Arts’ long-running FIFA soccer series makes its debut on the Game Boy Advance with FIFA Football. It offers a selection of teams and modes from the concurrent console version, with simpler controls and traditional two-dimensional graphics.
The game includes 14 leagues, including English Premier League, German Bundesliga, Spanish Primera División, Italian Serie A and North American Major League Soccer. In addition, there are 16 teams from the rest of the world and 40 international teams. There is a license for real player names, with leagues and rosters based on the 2002-2003 season.

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £4 (Cash Converters)

WWF: Road To Wrestlemania – Nintendo Game Boy Advance

The best wrestlers of the WWE take each other on for the championship belt, under your control. Choose from tag team, one-on-one, cage matches, handicap, triple threat and fatal four way battles in 7 different venues.
Pay-Per-View mode has you competing for ratings. Choose the right venue to fight in and suceed in the fight to gain high ratings and unlock new venues. After every victory you also pick up special WWE items including CD’s, toys and DVD’s, collect them all to prove you are the true champ.

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £4.80 (Cash Converters)

Perfect Dark – Nintendo Game Boy Color

Joanna Dark is about to become a full-fledged agent of the Carrington Institute. Before she does, though, she has one final field test to complete – an actual mission in the depths of the South American jungle. Joanna must infiltrate a hidden cyborg manufacturing facility. Along the way, she will have her first encounter with the nefarious dataDyne corporation.
Perfect Dark is a prequel to the Nintendo 64 game of the same name. Players assume the role of Joanna Dark, just before her induction into the Carrington Institute. The game plays from a top-down perspective, and you battle enemies with a variety of high-tech weaponry, from handguns to rocket launchers. A weapon can be assigned to the A Button and the B Button, which represent your left hand and your right hand. It’s also possible to search dead enemies for items and ammo by pressing Select near their corpse.
Perfect Dark also includes a variety of mini-games which you encounter as you progress through the story. There are target ranges to practice in, vehicles to drive, sniper rifle sections, which are viewed through the sniper scope, and more. There are also boss battles against enemy cyborgs, helicopters, and other deadly enemies.

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £12 (Cash Converters)

Time Crisis + G-Con45

The GunCon, known as the G-Con in Europe, is a family of gun peripherals designed by Namco for the PlayStation consoles. The original controllers used traditional light gun technology, while newer controllers use LED tracking technology.
The first GunCon NPC-103 (G-Con 45 in Europe) was bundled with the PlayStation conversion of Time Crisis. To make the gun affordable to consumers, the force feedback feature of the Time Crisis arcade gun was omitted, and an additional fire button was included in lieu of releasing a pedal controller for the game’s ducking mechanic.
It features a button below the barrel on either side of the gun (buttons A and B, both performing the same function) for auxiliary in-game control, such as to take cover and reload in Time Crisis.

The events of the game take place in the fictional republic Sercia. A coup has ended the tyrannical regime of the Garo family, leading to the election of a new president. However, the last member of the once powerful Garo family kidnaps President MacPherson’s daughter, demanding to know top military secrets in exchange for her life. An international intelligence service known as VSSE sends agent Richard Miller to infiltrate Garo’s stronghold and rescue the young woman.
Time Crisis is a rail shooter similar to Virtua Cop in gameplay style. The player moves automatically, using the light gun to eliminate appearing enemies, after which he can proceed to the next screen. The stages typically culminate in boss battles. The player can also press a button to make Richard dive for cover. However, using this feature too much might result in expiration of the time limit imposed on each screen.

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £16 (Cash Converters)

Nintendo Game Boy Color Console – Teal

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Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £60 (Cash Converters)

Nintendo Game Boy Micro Console – Pink

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Rating – Loose
Price Paid – £64 (Cash Converters)