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Submitted by Buff1044 1514d ago | article

Nintendo 3DS: Five GameCube Hits We'd Love To See (Modojo)

Despite 22 million units sold, Nintendo's GameCube was, in a sense, unappreciated. It debuted in 2001, during a transitional phase where consumers demanded more from their consoles, be it DVD support, more mature rated entertainment and later, online connectivity, three things the system either lacked or had in short supply. The majority of gamers didn't want a tiny machine with a handle. They wanted something edgier. The Nintendo generation had grown up, and the only party still trapped in the 90s was, sadly, Nintendo.

Chris Buffa (Modojo) (3DS, GameCube, Luigi's Mansion, Star Fox Adventures, Super Mario Sunshine, The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker)

eagle21  +   1514d ago
they gotta do Sunshine (great game) and maybe even a sequel to LM... :)
Buff1044  +   1514d ago
Yeah Luigi's Mansion is at the top of my list. The game came out in 2001, we haven't heard much since...it's time.

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