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|The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker
Lowest new price: $79.48
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List price: $19.99
Continue Link's adventures with Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. You'll experience sword-swinging action, perplexing puzzles and stirring storylines. The trouble starts when Link witnesses his sister being snatched up by a giant bird. He then embarks on an epic voyage to locate his sister.
The Legend of Zelda series practically defined adventure gaming for an entire generation. Link, the hero of the adventure games, delighted millions by starring in games for each Nintendo console from the NES and Super NES to the Nintendo 64. Link brings this beloved franchise to the Nintendo GameCube in The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker, and he's more animated than ever.
The first thing you'll notice about The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker is that it looks completely different from any previous title in the franchise. Nintendo has opted to use cel-shading technology on Wind Waker; the result is that the game looks like a cartoon. Die-hard Zelda purists initially howled at this change, arguing that the game skews too young. I think it's fantastic. The cartoon animation style allows for better expression of the characters, and several of the animations--like Link trying to pick up an object that's too heavy--are so cute that you can't help but laugh a little.
The second thing you’ll notice is a focus on wind. Instead of trotting around on foot, Link travels from island to island on a talking boat, but he doesn't get far without the wind blowing in right direction. Luckily, you'll learn how to change the direction of the wind early in the game, and you'll do so frequently--not only to power your boat but also to solve puzzles. Clever use of wind makes Wind Waker stand out from more conventional adventure games.
The third thing you’ll notice is that the game is just plain fun. Puzzles are innovative and refreshing, and despite some tricky puzzles, I never felt too frustrated to keep playing. The locales you'll visit are invariably exotic and fun to explore, and the host of bizarre creatures you'll encounter (friendly and otherwise) are always a kick in the pants. Moreover, though the look is radically different, Wind Waker feels like a classic Zelda game. Veterans of the early games in the franchise will experience more than a bit of nostalgia while playing it.
The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker is everything you've come to expect from a Zelda game, and it's one of the best adventure games to date. This is a must-have title for any GameCube owner. --Jon "Safety Monkey" Grover
- New cel-shaded animation looks great
- Puzzles and characters are a lot of fun
- There's a special place in the heart of any gamer who's ever owned a Nintendo console, and that place is shaped like a Triforce
- Some Zelda purists may be turned off by the cartoon look
- Set in an era after the events in The Ocarina Of Time, this incredible adventure takes a different young hero named Link on an all-new quest.
- Link's sister Aryll has been taken by a monstrous bird. Link sets sail to track down the bird and get her back -- setting him on a quest that will make him as much a legend as his namesake.
- As you face monsters and try to think your way around obstacles, you'll earn the Wind Waker -- a special conductor's baton that controls the winds.
- Incredible new combat engine with exciting new moves like the parry attack.
- Addictive mini-games and side quests will help you earn rupees.
|Old Skool Ac Power Adapter for the Nintendo Gamecube System
Lowest new price: $7.89
List price: $12.99
Brand: Old Skool
The Old Skool GameCube AC Adapter is the perfect replacement to power up your Nintendo GameCube console with 120-240 volts. Featuring a detachable power cable and 8.5 feet of total length for convenient placement, this AC Adapter lets you plug-in and play your favorite GameCube games again!
- Compatible with the Gamecube
- detachable power cable
- 8.5 feet of total length
- Replaces lost or broken AC Adapter
- 120-240 volts
|Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness
Lowest new price: $80.00
Lowest used price: $29.31
List price: $29.99
Return to Orre for an all-new RPG in an expansive setting with a sinister plot and characters the likes of which you have never met before. With Eevee as your companion, you'll seek to unravel the mystery of Shadow Lugia. Darkness has fallen over this strange land, and the fate and welfare of Pokemon lies in your ability to Snag and Purify them before it's to late.
- Thwart the evil plans of the ruthless organization, Cipher
- The game takes place 5 years after the events that transpired in Pokémon Colosseum
- Cartoon violence
|Sonic Adventure 2 Battle - GameCube
Lowest new price: $107.09
Lowest used price: $18.80
List price: $119.99
Most Sonic the Hedgehog games are specifically for Sega related platforms but Sonic Adventure 2 Battle is an original game made for the Nintendo GameCube. Sonic and crew need to stop Dr. Eggman from his nasty tricks again. There's new characters brought into the Sonic universe! A mysterious dark hedgehog called Shadow and a bat named Rouge. The Sonic Adventure 2 Battle has been enhanced with graphics, doubling the framerate and now is set as a multiplayer system.
Sega's mascot made his 3-D debut on the Dreamcast, but with the demise of that system the zippy blue hedgehog is popping up everywhere--including on the GameCube. Unfortunately, his first next-gen appearance, Sonic Adventure 2: Battle, is marred by the same 3-D camera problems that plagued the Dreamcast version, and the multiplayer "battle" component isn't all that it's cracked up to be.
Right out of the gate, players have the option of choosing Hero (Sonic, Tails, and Knuckles) or Dark (Dr. Eggman, Shadow, and Rouge) quests, which are completely different. Sonic and his dark counterpart Shadow traverse levels at warp speed colleting coins and power-ups while fighting enemies in the game's most exhilarating moments. Unfortunately, the other characters are nowhere near as fun to play. Dr. Eggman and Tails fight through levels that require little more than constant button-mashing to shoot an endless procession of enemies, and Knuckles and Rouge participate in seemingly endless levels that require searching for a variety of objects.
Graphically, the game is a bit of a letdown considering the processing muscle of GameCube. Models are fairly simplistic, and level textures are sometimes bland. Game Boy Advance owners can use a link cable to download Chao from the game and train them on the go, but the rewards for doing so are minor considering the time investment involved. The main feature this game offers over its Dreamcast predecessor is the variety of multiplayer modes, which are fun but offer none of the depth or replayability of standalone multiplayer games like Super Smash Bros. Melee. Still, they are nice additions--especially the racing games--and round out a flawed single-player component. Sonic addicts who missed this game the first time around on the Dreamcast will definitely want to check it out, but the finicky camera, tedious non-Sonic/Shadow levels in single-player mode, and surprisingly shallow multiplayer components (especially the Chao games) turn what could have been a great game into a mere good one. --T. Byrl Baker
- Plenty of variety
- Sonic/Shadow levels are pure, unadulterated fun
- Knuckles/Rouge levels are tedious
- Multiplayer aspects could use some more depth
- 12 playable characters each with different story lines.
- A wide array of game modes including various styles of gameplay.
- Supports two player split screen so that you can share the fun with a friend.
|Official Nintendo White Classic Gamecube Controller
Lowest new price: $90.79
Lowest used price: $37.59
List price: $39.99
Up to four (4) of these same controllers can be plugged directly into the Wii console when enjoying Nintendo GameCube game discs on your Wii. Note: GameCube controllers only work when playing GameCube games on the Wii console. Exceptions to this include Super Smash Bros. and Mario Kart, both of which allow you to use your GameCube controllers. It's possible there are or will be other exceptions. Check your games' instruction books to be sure.
- Wii-compatible when playing GameCube games
- Eight-way D-pad
- Twin analog thumbsticks
- Packaging Controller is region free and works on any Wii console
- As with all imported packaging, the package will show “USE IN JAPAN ONLY.” Please note that the product is 100% compatible with all Wii Consoles
|Gamecube Console Platinum
Lowest new price: $269.99
Lowest used price: $42.75
List price: $99.99
Get the all-new sleek and stylish Nintendo GameCube Limited Edition Platinum. Nintendo's next-generation console is back and better than ever. This collector's edition console is home to a massive variety of games and a super-powerful 485MHz processor to bring you the ultimate speed, graphics and animation in the gaming world. This console has everything that the original has; only now it's cooler, trendier and classier.
Though it looks like a toy, don't be fooled: the Nintendo GameCube is a powerful video game console that rightly deserves its place among the other next-generation game systems. In fact, its playful, appealing design and small size (the unit is a not-quite-cubed 6 inches) aren't the only features that set it apart from the others.
For starters, Nintendo has quite clearly made this a game-only machine. It doesn't try to play your CD collection, run your movies, read your e-mail, or store your MP3 files. The company has concentrated its efforts on games. All the prelaunch titles we've seen play smoothly, with bright, fast graphics and great sound. Nintendo says its engineers have removed traditional bottlenecks that have, in the past, slowed down processing. New components designed by IBM and MoSys, as well as a large-capacity secondary memory cache, keep instructions moving through the system's microprocessor (MPU) at peak levels. In English: the GameCube is optimized to push speed up while pushing costs down; hence its position at the lower end of the price spectrum.
The GameCube is the first Nintendo video game system to use a disc-based medium rather than cartridges for its games. Moving the software to disc media generally means lower development costs for the publishers, which, in turn, trickles down to the consumer not only in price, but also in availability and quality, as it's then easier to try out untested game ideas (Pikmin, anyone?). While most other systems likewise have their games stored on discs, the GameCube's 3-inch format is smaller than everyone else's, and is so designed to fit in a shirt pocket as much as to deter would-be software pirates.
Of course, the main advantage of the GameCube is that it's the home field of one of the world's premier game designers: Nintendo. While powerhouses Electronic Arts and Sega make games for all systems (including this one), you can play Nintendo games only on a Nintendo system. And Nintendo, you might recall, has been hitting them out of the park since it started with Donkey Kong. In fact, here's a roll call of characters and series you won't find on the other consoles: Mario, Legend of Zelda, Perfect Dark, Metroid, Kirby, and, of course, Pokémon. A few names that the GameCube will share with the other guys: Madden, Tony Hawk, Sonic, Batman, and Star Wars.
The system also comes with four built-in controller ports, so you can easily plug in extra controllers and let friends join in for the multiplayer games--it's even got a built-in handle so you can easily move it to a friend's house. It comes with two memory card slots for saving your progress through games, and there's the capacity for future expansion into the world of online gaming.
In short, the GameCube isn't an all-in-one entertainment system, and neither is it the most powerful of the modern video game consoles. But for video game enthusiasts who want to stick with their favorite characters, its value cannot be beat. --Porter B. Hall
- MPU (Microprocessor Unit): 485 MHz custom IBM PowerPC Gekko
- Graphics Processor: 162 MHz custom ATI/Nintendo Flipper
- Texture-Read Bandwidth: 10.4 GB per second (peak)
- Main Memory Bandwidth: 2.6 GB per second (peak)
- Pixel Depth: 24-bit color, 24-bit Z buffer
- Sound Processor: 81 MHz custom Macronix 16-bit DSP
- Sound Performance: 64 simultaneous channels, ADPCM encoding
- Polygon Performance: 6 to 12 million polygons per second (peak)
- System Memory: 40 MB
- Main Memory: 24 MB MoSys 1T-SRAM
- Disc Drive: 128 ms CAV (Constant Angular Velocity) system
- Data Transfer Speed: 16 Mbps to 25 Mbps
- Media: 3-inch, 1.5 GB capacity disc
- Controller Ports: Four
- Memory Card Slots: Two
- Audio-Video Output: Analog and digital
- Dimensions: 4.3 by 5.9 by 6.3 inches (height by width by depth)
- Gamecube Console Platinum
|N64, NGC, SNES AV CABLE [Nintendo 64]
Lowest new price: $0.01
List price: $9.00
Brand new cable in bulk packaging. Compatible with the following Nintendo systems. Nintendo 64, GameCube, & Super Nintendo.
- Brand New In Bulk Packaging
- Compatibile With N64, GameCube, SNES
|Luigi's Mansion - Gamecube
Lowest new price: $88.89
Lowest used price: $31.44
List price: $19.99
Luigi has a lot of work to do in his very first starring role. He needs to find his missing brother Mario in a creepy and mysterious haunted mansion. Armed only with a flashlight and a customized vacuum cleaner, he must rid the mansion of ghosts and save the day. Made in USA.
- Luigi is off to check out a haunted mansion full of howling ghosts & spirits
- Help Luigi vacuum up ghosts in over 90 rooms
- When you capture ghosts, trap them in paintings to get points
- Watch Luigi creep, cower and cry in fright as he encounters spirits
- Great object animations and cartoony fun for everyone!
|Mario Party 6
Lowest new price: $159.99
Lowest used price: $32.00
List price: $49.99
Party 'til the break of dawn! A bitter argument between the sun and the moon has rocked Mario Party world! It's up to Mario and his fellow party animals to party hard and end the furious feud! Travel to all-new Board locales from the green branches of Towering Treetop to the sandy shores of Castaway Bay! Use the Mic to command the action in Mic Mini-games like Verbal Assault, Fruit Talktale, and Word Herd! Boards transform, rules change, characters emerge from hiding and mini-games change depending on the time of day!
|EEEKit 2 Packs Classic 2.4G Wireless Wii Gamecube Controller with Receiver Adapter for Nintendo GameCube Wii / Wii U NGC GC (2 Packs Silver)
Lowest new price: $35.97
List price: $35.97
Kit Includes:2 x Wireless Controller.2 x Wireless Receiver.
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Device Type: 2.4G Wireless Controller+Receiver for Nintendo GameCube
Wireless Connection Technology￡o2.4GHz RF
Wireless Working Distance: 10M/33FT
Compatible With: Nintendo GameCube
Powered by: 2x AA batteries (NOT included)
Controller Dimension: 5.51x3.54x1.57inch/140x90x40mm
Receiver Dimension: 2.20x1.18x1.14inch/56x30x29mm
- Specifically designed for Nintendo GameCube.
- Using 2.4G wireless connection, 10m/33ft distance.
- The automatic or manual shooting function and external round bracket cross key is more suitable for some Popular games, such as: arcade, fighting, live football,the game handle is valuable.
- Support digital mode and analog mode to operate.
- The use of the fuel injection technology and anti-sweat technology.
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