Now you're playing with portable power. Nintendo releases the first of hopefully many series of NES games for the Game Boy Advance.
The day has finally arrived. Nintendo of America has begun to delve back into its Nintendo Entertainment System history and released a series of games and hardware that brings us all back to where it all began. It's called the Classic NES Series. Kicking off the series is the Classic NES Limited Edition Game Boy Advance SP system that's modeled after the NES console and control pad. This system is currently on shelves for $99.99, the same price as the standard Game Boy Advance SP system.
Nintendo has also shipped eight games in the Classic NES Series, each game exactly as it was when they hit shelves during the 1980s. Each game in the series retails for $19.99...the cartridges all feature save RAM for high score recording and data save, and many also have multiplayer support that use the link cable and the upcoming Wireless Adapter. Multiplayer gaming only
requires one copy of the game.
News source: ign.com