- Pokemon Ruby - GBA - Nintendo
- Super Mario Advance 2: Super Mario World - GBA - Nintendo
- Namco Museum - GBA - Namco
- Mario Kart Super Circuit - GBA - Nintendo
- Frogger's Adventures: Temple of the Frog - GBA - Konami
Top 50 handheld games of the century
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8-11-2006 @ 12:40PM
You've got the list upside down, with 5th first and 1st last.
But these people i've never heard about obviously don't know what they're talking about if FROGGER made their 5th best.
8-11-2006 @ 1:08PM
They're talking about sales, RupeeClock. I'm going to assume that the people who made the list are able to determine if a number is larger than another number.
8-11-2006 @ 1:10PM
It's sad seeing how many of them were crappy movie platformers.
8-11-2006 @ 1:34PM
Matthew Skinner-Thebo said...
I was sorely disappointed by Namco Museum. I imagine one of the main factors in its success was the rapid drop to $9.99. Cheers to the Super Mario Advance series, though. That stuff is gold.
8-11-2006 @ 1:49PM
Super Circuit was an excellent game. It took everything from Super Mario Kart and added a whole lot more. I'm glad to see it did well.
8-11-2006 @ 3:13PM
It still seems incredibly messed up that Frogger would be the 5th best selling game, that just seems so wrong.
8-11-2006 @ 4:47PM
Of the century? Man, I sure love these grandiose titles. And people wonder why gaming journalism is inherently lame.
Just say the best-selling of the past 6 years or since 2000. The title implies people were playing handheld games since 1906.
8-11-2006 @ 5:15PM
Meh, is anyone really surprised by the top selling games here? I mean, look at the PC games top 10 selling lists. The freaking sims has been up there since it was first released. Which as a gamer, insults me. Not to mention the crappy barbie games and shit. Ugh!