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All Changes in Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp

Are you a fan of the Advance Wars games? Learn about the new improvements in Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp, the Switch remake.

Advance Wars and its sequel, Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising, were iconic turn-based strategy games that captivated gamers in the early days of the Game Boy Advance. After years of waiting, fans were thrilled when Nintendo announced a remake of the classic titles in 2021. However, the excitement was tempered by two delays, leaving fans wondering if the remake would live up to their expectations.

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Now that Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp is finally available on the Nintendo Switch, fans are eager to dive back into the world of the series. While some remakes make significant changes to the original games, potentially losing the qualities and features that made them so popular, this one is a faithful recreation that adds modernized graphics and sound.

For those in need of a full guide, here are all the changes between Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp and the original games.

What are the changes in Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp?

Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp
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While Re-Boot Camp is a remake, it still feels like home to fans of the original Advance Wars games. The improved graphics are the only major change. However, rather than altering the original art style, Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp remains true to the original visuals while adding modern 3D graphics to enhance the player’s experience.

In addition to updated graphics, Re-Boot Camp also features improved audio and music, along with re-recorded soundtracks. Some longtime fans may feel conflicted about this change, as the original music holds a sentimental value for them. But the good news is that the new music is still reminiscent of the original songs and captures the same spirit and emotions.

Overall, these changes elevate the overall gameplay experience while still staying true to the charm and nostalgia of the original Advance Wars games.

Not only does Re-Boot Camp feature the same missions as the original Advance Wars games, it also brings back the iconic cast of characters, including Andy, Max, and Sami, each with their own unique personalities and commanding abilities. The gameplay mechanics remain unchanged, with players commanding their own armies of infantry, tanks, and air units to engage in strategic battles against enemy forces.

One of the most exciting features of Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp that we never got to see in the original games, due to the technical limitations of previous decades, is the online multiplayer battle. The addition of online multiplayer adds a new layer of replayability to the game and ensures that players get to enjoy Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp for a long time.

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Manish Kumar Choudhary
Manish Kumar Choudhary is a freelance writer who loves to create guides and informational articles over a variety of video games. When not writing, you will probably find him raging over teammates in Valorant or enjoying the beauty of Teyvat in Genshin Impact.

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