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Gamecube Console Platinum

Gamecube Console Platinum Lowest new price: $269.99
Lowest used price: $46.67
List price: $99.99
Brand: Nintendo
Model: 45496940393

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

Unit Specifications

  • 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)

Features:

  • Gamecube Console Platinum

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GameCube Console - Indigo

GameCube Console - Indigo Lowest new price: $279.29
Lowest used price: $53.00
Brand: Nintendo
Model: Gamecube - Indigo

GameCube is Nintendo's first video game console to access game data from a disk, not a cartridge. The processor and disk drive perform together at lightening speed to make load times imperceptible. This stylish system gives developers the creative power to get great results far more quickly than with any other format. Other cutting-edge features guarantee that the Nintendo GameCube can easily adapt to future technology. The GameCube is not intended to join the ranks of the multimedia systems, but to offer the pure, sweet excitement of—quite simply—gaming. It's all about the games.

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

Unit Specifications

  • 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)

Features:

  • Includes Console, Power Cable, AV Cable, and Indigo Controller for Nintendo GameCube
  • The 485MHz processor makes loading & starting the games faster than ever - no more long load times
  • The processor creates 6 to 12 million polygons per second - no more slowdowns in the middle of the game
  • Supports instructions for incredible effects - your games will be brighter, faster, and more dramatic
  • It also includes 64 sound channels - you'll feel like you're in the game, with the top-quality audio

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Gamecube Memory Card 251

Gamecube Memory Card 251 Lowest new price: $11.99
Lowest used price: $8.49
List price: $19.99
Brand: Nintendo
Model: 45496950507

Store your GameCube game progress and carry with you everywhere

Features:

  • 16MB Flash Memory card
  • 251 blocks to store your games and settings

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OEM Nintendo Gamecube Compatible Controller Pack 2 Black

OEM Nintendo Gamecube Compatible Controller Pack 2 Black Lowest new price: $8.86
Lowest used price: $13.40
List price: $29.99
Brand: Gamily

Get the Gamecube Controller so you can play in style! This Gamecube controller features increased stability and ease of use by adding two grips and grouped controls for the left and right hands, an analog trigger on both the right and left, a second analog control stick and a rumble function that has been implimented into the controller itself.

Features:

  • Left & Right Analog Trigger
  • Two-Hand Style

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Gamecube Controller Indigo

Gamecube Controller Indigo Lowest new price: $129.99
Lowest used price: $28.89
List price: $24.99
Brand: Nintendo
Model: 45496950460

Nintendo GameCube controller / 7 buttons / 2 analog sticks / D-pad / Built-in rumble pack device

Features:

  • Color - Indigo

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GameCube Memory Card 1019

GameCube Memory Card 1019 Lowest new price: $14.95
Lowest used price: $10.99
List price: $20.19
Brand: Nintendo
Model: 45496950583

Now you can store your progress in more than 1000 games and carry them with you wherever you go. The memory card 1019 is more than 17 times larger the basic 59 card and holds more games than the 251 card.

Features:

  • 1019 blocks of memory to store your Gamecube game saves

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GameCube Controller - Spice Orange

GameCube Controller - Spice Orange Lowest new price: $199.99
Lowest used price: $21.49
Brand: Nintendo
Model: DOL-003

Features:

  • 7 buttons
  • 2 analog sticks
  • D-pad
  • Built-in rumble pack device

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GameCube (Jet Black)

GameCube (Jet Black) Lowest used price: $59.69
List price: $79.99
Author: Unknown
Brand: Nintendo
Model: DOL-101(USA)

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). 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.

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

Unit Specifications

  • 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)

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Gamecube Controller -Purple

Gamecube Controller -Purple Lowest new price: $9.99
Lowest used price: $19.95
List price: $19.99
Brand: Old Skool
Model: 1610266

This controller delivers the control and finesse you deserve. It features a cool design with great grip and layout and has an awesome digital click for the L and R buttons.

This controller features built-in rumble, two analog control sticks, ergonomic design, and an intuitive button layout.

Features:

  • Vibration feedback
  • Cable length: 6 feet
  • Compatible with Wii and GameCube
  • Fully analog pressure-sensitive action buttons & D-Pad

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Gamecube Wavebird Wireless Controller - Platinum

Gamecube Wavebird Wireless Controller - Platinum Lowest new price: $224.99
Lowest used price: $24.99
List price: $34.99
Brand: Nintendo
Model: VANIN 045496950538

Enjoy the same controls of the standard GameCube controller, minus the cords. Works from up to 30'.

Features:

  • Control your favorite games from up to 20 feet away -- the RF transmitter send signals to a Receiver that plugs into your GameCube
  • Up to 16 different channels can be set -- set up as many as four wireless controllers, for massive multiplayer action
  • Works on 2 AA Batteries that provide up to 100 hours of gameplay for each controller (not included)
  • Color - Platinum

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