Not the best fighting...
This isn't the best fighting you'll find on the Gameboy, but it will do if you don't want to spend too much money. I find it kinda hard to win a match, or to do much at all for that matter, but its still a game to keep for on the travel play, fighting and your favorite characters. I recommend you more to get on the PS2 though.
i don't have this game, i tried getting this on ds, but corrupted card. few years ago, my cousin had this game on gba, i played and like it. One day, we were at my grandma's, my cousin left this game at her house, i played it a lot on my gba, lovin it, eventually we gave it back to him when we had a chance. he is around 9 years old i think today.
Shrek Super Slam
If there was ever an unabashed Super Smash Bros. clone, it would be called Shrek Super Slam. However, everything that Super Smash Bros. did right, Shrek Super Slam does wrong. Don't get me wrong, you could certainly find a worse game, but it seems like the programmers didn't even TRY to come up with original gameplay. CHALLENGE - SSS is hard to win at first, but playing the game for more than 45 minutes will make you a master fighter. CONTROLS - The controls feel stiff at times, and while they're never overly annoying, a tightening-up was in order. GRAPHICS - If Super Smash Bros. was ever released on the SNES, it would look like this. INTERFACE - The button layout is an exact replica of SSB, only the controls feel so slippery that it just comes off as a cheap imitation of a great control scheme. LENGTH - Its a fighting game, so what do you expect? SOUND - The music is more of an afterthought than an actual soundtrack. STORYLINE - Keep in mind the genre, because like other brawlers, the storyline is crazy. Overall, this game is only worth buying if you find it cheap and you enjoy SSB. Otherwise, skip it.