THQ have revealed four new GBA titles which are due for release in the UK early next year.


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Dark Arena provides the GBA with another First Person Shooter in what's starting to be a genre with a lot of titles to choose from. Gamers play as Special Operations Officer Bradshaw, and have to blast monsters with 9 weapons which are available to use.

Deathmatch gaming is also possible via the GBA link-up system, and gamers can also work co-operatively to complete the levels, with the aim of escaping from the Dark Arena.


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Boxing Fever sees cartoon style fighting with an almost cel-shaded look to it. Eight fighters are ready to get in the ring and do battle, all aiming for the Golden World Trophy. Players are able to link up their GBA's with another friend to punch their virtual lights out.


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F-14 Combat is the GBA's first flight simulator, and sees gamers taking to the controls of a fighter plane equipped with missiles, and ammunition cannons. and there's a full HUD and digital positioning data display gives all the technical aspects you could want.

Head-to-head combat takes place over a selection of operations, and sees MIG 29s, MIG 24s, and enemy cargo aircraft. You can also link up with 3 other gamers and do battle with them.


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M&M's Fun Blast brings the melt-in-your-mouth chocolate sweets to the Game Boy Advance, with board game style play and a number of mini games to play. Additional fun can be had in multi-player mode using the GBA link-up system.

Release dates and prices are still to be announced, but all four titles are scheduled for an early 2002 launch.