The best thing, and what you'll see from the time you power-on your Game Boy to the very end of Finding Nemo, is visual style and panache. That's right, panache. If Disney's Dinosaur was like a smelly, dead fish you find after it's been baking in the sun on the beach for days (which it was), then Finding Nemo is like Trout Almondine or the flakiest fried flounder served with a side of new potatoes and some rice pilaf. Yes, that good... The visuals, unlike some of the first generation GBA games we've seen, are always to the benefit of the gameplay. Nothing feels arbitrary or crowded. Bright color, great detail and every bit of the flair the movie displayed.