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Super Monkey Ball (GameCube)

Super Monkey Ball (GameCube)

Sega's first game on a Nintendo console is a ball!

Super Monkey Ball comprises 6 mini-games on top of the main game with over 90 stages. What more could be packed into Sega's first game on a Nintendo console? It's one of those rare games that keeps you up late into the night so that you can just get past one more tricky level. The graphics are nice...

Animal Crossing (GameCube)

Animal Crossing (GameCube)

Nintendo's Animal Crossing, is a unique game. An RPG, without much of a story but so much more...

Animal Crossing is a unique game with no overall aim or any way to complete it. You start out on a train heading towards a village. You start talking to an animal who eventually puts you in contact with a friendly racoon who can sell you a house in...

Pikmin (GameCube)

Pikmin (GameCube)

Filled with Nintendo magic, Pikmin will enlighten your life while it lasts.

Pikmin is a game like no other we've played before, and we've played a lot. You control Captain Olimar, a space traveller who has crashed on a strange planet. During the crash 30 parts of his ship have been spread across the world. What makes this worse is that your life...

Tales of Symphonia (GameCube)

Tales of Symphonia (GameCube)

Ever wondered what would happen if the core of an RPG was merged with a fluent combat system? Namco did.

If there is one genre of games that has been weak on the GameCube it is most defiantly RPG’s. Many gamers are deterred by the Final Fantasy style turn based systems and plentiful random battles -- there is just not enough action. Back in early...