As every other site touts the latest screens to be released by Sega, we have secured a batch of exclusive shots from the hotly anticipated portable platformer.
Though it still seems somewhat strange to see the Sega mascot rampaging across the Nintendo screen, it seems that Sonic?s final resting-place in 2D gaming is well suited.
The game was not built from the ground up, with Sonic Team using plenty of code it had lying around from the later MegaDrive versions. This gives Sonic Advance an immediate feeling of familiarity that, believe us, you will love.
Sonic Advance for the GBA is due for release across Europe on March 8 this year.