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Submitted by nextbigname 630d ago | opinion piece

Gamecube: The hidden gem in a generation

TGC writes: The Wii was clever with all the motion sensors and everything even though it was just a spiced up carbon copy of the eye toy years before but hey I’m not going to stab Nintendo in the back for going in a ‘slightly’ different direction. After all if you don’t keep up with the times then you’ll get left behind so well done for Nintendo getting a head start before Microsoft or Sony and showing some initiative. To me the WII just seemed a little bit too pretentious for my liking with improved computer technology but lacking the heart of a true console built for fun. (GameCube, Gamecube, Nintendo, Retro)

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