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Was the Game Boy Advance more popular than GameCube during the 2000’s?

As many people know both the Nintendo GameCube along with the Game Boy Advance were popular game consoles that emerged back in the early 00’s. In fact, both game consoles were released back in 2001 since their respective releases they have managed to become two of the most memorable game systems of that decade along wIth lines of the PS2, Nintendo Wii, PS3 and the Nintendo DS. However, as far as popularity is concerned it’s quite debatable on which game console between the Game Boy Advance and GameCube was more popular during the first half of the 2000’s.

On GameCube we got to see cool games such as Metroid Prime, Mario Kart: Double Dash along with The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Which were very between 2002-2006. But then, again we got to see countless titles in the Game Boy Advance such as Pokemon Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Metroid Fusion, Final Fantasy Tactics Advance along with the Super Mario Advance series which seemed to have more appeal due to 2D visuals and gameplay that highly resembled that of the SNES. Besides, the Game Boy Advance managed to sell over 81 million units worldwide while while GameCube reached over 21 million in sales during the 00’s decade. There was no question that the Game Boy Advance was more popular than GameCube back 2000’s despite having inferior graphics.

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