What is Nintendo GameCube? Nintendo GameCube or also known as GCN and unofficially abbreviated as NGC is Nintendo’s fourth home video game console.  In fact, it is also part of the sixth generation console era.  It is the first Nintendo console that uses an optical disc that serves as its primary storage medium.

The Nintendo GameCube game disc is a software storage medium being created by Matsushita only intended for Nintendo GameCube. GameCube also provide players different variety of connectivity options to Nintendo consoles. It was launched last September of 2001 as the successor of Nintendo 64.

So, what does Nintendo GameCube offers? There are so many GameCube games, and some of the most popular are:

  • All-Star Baseball
  • 2006 FIFA World Cup
  • Batman: Dark Tomorrow
  • Call of Duty
  • Catwoman
  • Digimon World
  • Disney’s party
  • Happy feet
  • The Legend of Zelda and so much more!

Because of great compatibility feature of GameCube, it is also compatible with previous Nintendo systems. It is good news because previous Nintendo systems can also play smaller GameCube mini disc. In order for you to use it you will need to hook GameCube controller up to Wii. But don’t worry it’s easy and you’ll find some easy steps in doing it.

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