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The GameCube’s Legacy to Nintendo and Gaming

The Nintendo GameCube might not have sold that well, it sure as heck didn’t sell well here in Australia. That doesn’t mean it wasn’t a great console. There were a lot of fun games and fun times on the little purple lunchbox.

The GameCube has left behind a legacy, not only for Nintendo with new franchises, experiments and innovation but also for the gaming industry in general. It did some things really well.

It’s been 10 years since the GameCube was released (here in Australia, a bit longer everywhere else) so let’s look back at what made the system great and what it left behind.

InklingGirl4295d ago

The Gamecube today is still one of my favorite gaming systems of all time, it had some of the best games in history.

Metroid Prime 1 and 2, Mario Sunshine, Star Fox Adventures, Eternal Darkness and the Legend of Zelda: Windwaker to name a few.

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15 NES Facts You Probably Didn't Know

Cultured Vultures: True Nintendo fanatics may know some of these, but we doubt that everyone knows all of these facts about the NES.

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shinoff21836d ago

I bought always awakening and it's sequel off Amazon for ps4 I didn't know it was released for nes for retro people lol.

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Twitch, Bobby Kotick, and the Nintendo Switch 2 – Spectator Mode Podcast Ep. 142

The Outerhaven writes: On this episode of Spectator Mode Podcast, the crew discusses Activision/Blizzard's former CEO, Twitch nudity guidelines, Nintendo Switch 2 news, and more.

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GamesIndustry.biz presents... The Year In Numbers 2023

As the holidays draw near, it's the time for us to indulge and feast upon pie… charts. And bar graphs, tables, and other statistics.

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P_Bomb63d ago

Total market revenue = 95% digital 5% boxed! 😵

Christopher63d ago

MTX is massive, so it does warp this. Lots of the biggest revenue streams are in-game and not on shelves at all. But you know where a ton of kids get the in-game currency to buy them? From cards sold at B&M stores.