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We already know what life is like: in a minute, you’re a young, lusty twenties, wanting to break free in the world and make your way; Make new relationships, get a job, and maybe even rent your first home.
All life ahead of us! so boomSuddenly you’re forty, the past two decades have been a blur, and to make matters worse, some internet maniac says that console Nintendo GameCube He is 20 years old.
You may think that this data cannot be true; And many of us probably still vividly remember reading about the magazine-packed console and the inconsequential thriller before pre-ordering that beautiful game box just a few years ago. Nintendo has always proven to be a rogue leader.
Mansion de Luigi. Zelda: ¡Wind Wicker! Smash Bros. Metroid Prime. All these games look very new and very modern; But it’s just a matter of thinking that these unforgettable titles are two decades old…anything old enough to drink, smoke, marry, and join the military (in some countries, at least).
It was all a bit surprising, if we’re being honest. Where have all the years gone? In the meantime, a small list of the best GameCube games can be found here, as well as an analysis of the history and influence of the device. The machine is now 20 years old.
This was Nintendo’s fourth console, Square square we can enjoy games for the first time small disc, thus rejecting the legendary cartridges that went down in history. With a central processor based on IBM PowerPC and even using DVD technology in a player Matsushita It had an influence on its debut on September 14, 2001 in Japan, surpassing the previous generation of consoles.
- Metroid Prime (Retro Studios, 2002)
- Zelda: Wind Wicker (Nintendo, 2002)
- Resident Evil (Capcom, 2005)
- Pikmin 2 (Nintendo, 2004)
- Zelda Twilight Princess (Nintendo, 2006)
- Super Smash Bros. Millie (Nintendo, 2002)
- Star Wars Rogue Leader (LucasArts, 2002)
- Super Mario Sunshine (Nintendo, 2002)
- Mario Paper and the Millennium Door (Nintendo, 2003)
- Luigi’s Mansion (Nintendo, 2002)
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