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Hello folks! We’ve got a special themed episode for you this month – it’s all about Nintendo’s Game Boy Advance (GBA).

The GBA turned 20 in Australia this June, and to this day remains one of the consoles that we remember fondly. It had a seemingly endless stream of excellent JRPGs, introduced us to some of our favourite properties (Fire Emblem, anyone?), and in many cases, was the first games console that we had, or took seriously.

So in this nearly 2-hour special podcast, we spend most of it talking about the GBA – what we loved, what we missed, and why we’d love to see Nintendo actually bring it back in some form.

In addition to that, we do run through all the games you’ll be playing in July – there’s a lot of them coming.

Thanks as always for tuning in!

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