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Topic: Favorite Nintendo GameCube game

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Lightgazer

I can't believe nobody has mentioned Fire Emblem Path of Radiance yet...

I really liked Harvest Moon AWL back then and still do (even when people claim its the worst HM game) but hey its better then the PS2 Version right?

Four Swords Adventures is also a huge Favorite, i mean... Zelda with Multiplayer whats not to like there? (Except maybe how you do set it up yeah...)

Both Metroid Prime games are amazing, and Kirby Air Ride is a must play for me.

As a kid i also loved Doshin the Giant, and Rayman 3 Hoodlum Havoc.

Id have to replay them to say theyre worth playing today thou...

Someday, somewhere in the Sky...
may we meet again.

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Anti-Matter

@Lightgazer
I played Harvest Moon A Wonderful Life PS2 version long time ago, never played the Gamecube version as after I discovered something about their differences, for the Gamecube version you cannot continue anymore once credit roll played but in PS2 version, you can keep continuing the game after credit roll.
Gamecube version have different year elapsed for each your son life stage ( 1 - 3 years) but the PS2 version every life stage of your son = 1 year. So 6 chapters = 6 years by total in PS2 version.
Also, only in PS2 version you can marry Luminaries.
I can say the PS2 version was better than Gamecube version in term of gameplay content.

Top 8 Konami's Rhythm games:
1. Dance Dance Revolution
2. Para Para Paradise
3. DrumMania
4. Beatmania IIDX
5. Pop'n Music
6. KeyboardMania
7. Martial Beat
8. DANCE EVOLUTION

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Lightgazer

@Anti-Matter

What you say about the PS2 Version is true, there is more content on the PS2 Version and you can play it for aslong as you want (at the end you still die i think but you can "Timeskip" to a time you want and play from there with your Current progress)

However, the Game runs like Garbage on the PS2, if your lucky you get 20-25 FPS, and that if you dont move much.

I own them both, and still id prefer the Gamecube Version over the PS2 one, even when you can marry Lumina in the PS2 Version (which was my Favorite) but i grew older so i tend to go with Muffy now.

Btw, they changed the ages in the PS2 Version just so its not pedophile to marry Lumina, but i dont think they changed the other Girls' Ages, which means Muffy is 30 which is totally fitting now that im almost as old as her (lol)

Someday, somewhere in the Sky...
may we meet again.

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@Lightgazer
Yeah, the framerate drop to 20 - 25 fps from PS2 version was really pain.
The PS2 version have Chapter 7 (Heaven) to continue your game progress as long as you want (open ending).
Also, I noticed the price of fruits and rare crops changed in PS2 version (sold cheaper than Gamecube version) and the Ruby Spice duplicate trick has been removed in PS2 version.

Top 8 Konami's Rhythm games:
1. Dance Dance Revolution
2. Para Para Paradise
3. DrumMania
4. Beatmania IIDX
5. Pop'n Music
6. KeyboardMania
7. Martial Beat
8. DANCE EVOLUTION

Switch Friend Code: SW-8364-7166-5608 | 3DS Friend Code: 2638-4872-0879 | Nintendo Network ID: TAGunderground

E_Gadds_Garage

Luigi’s Mansion
Pikmin 1 and 2
Wind Waker
Paper Mario TTYD

Luigi’s Mansion and Pikmin are still games I revisit once a year (sometimes more). Perfect tight experiences with score systems that give them a high replay value. There’s no better gaming experience for me than sitting down to play Luigi’s Mansion and trying to beat it in one sitting. So much fun, I love the gamecube.

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FullMetalWesker

My absolute favourites would have to be the two Metroid Prime games. Like the N64 Zelda games and Wii Mario Galaxy games, these two games are the games I remember first when I think of the console they came out on. Absolutely incredible experiences.
Other notables would include:
F-zero GX
Resident Evil
Super Smash Bros Melee
Zelda: Wind Waker

I’d also say Resi 4, but the gamecube version is probably one of the few that I never played, so I’m not sure if I can count that.

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