Namco Honetek has shipped two games for the Game Boy Advance. The first, Ace Combat Advance, is the first portable version of the popular PlayStation 2 air combat simulator. Developed by Human Soft, it features 12 new missions never before seen in the franchise. Pilots will be able to fly 10 planes as they attempt to stop a multinational corporation from taking over the world. Gamers will fly air-to-air and air-to-ground missions across several environments as part of the United Air Defense. For more information, read GameSpot's full review.
Klonoa 2 Dream Champ Tournament, another GBA game based on a console franchise, combines platform and puzzle features across five fantasy worlds. Gamers will collect pieces of stars, suns, and moons as they attempt to best other dream travelers and become the Dream Champion.
Ace Combat Advance and Klonoa 2: Dream Champ Tournament are both rated E for Everyone and sell for $29.99.