Daniel Pryce is back on the Electronic Farmyard with his latest weekly Pixelated Perspective article. This week he has taken a look back at Eternal Darkness for the Gamecude.
'The GameCube, despite being the least successful console of its generation, had some damn good exclusive games. Of course, the old Nintendo stalwarts – Mario, Metroid, Zelda – had incredibly good entries. But there was a group of third party exclusives that were absolute gems. Factor 5 brought two Star Wars: Rogue Squadron games to the console, both of which had tight controls and are, to my mind, some of the best dog-fighting games ever released. StarFox Adventures, by Rare, is seen by many as the black sheep of the franchise; but it’s still an engrossing, rich game with graphics that hold up even today. Resident Evil 4 was GameCube exclusive for a few years. True story.'