Component Cable
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Remember the GameCube's official component cable? Once upon a time, it was the best way to get a picture out of Nintendo's boxy-but-good home console, and its price reflected that – it cost around £60/$70 at launch but can fetch upwards of £200 these days.

Thankfully, there are other options in 2022. We've got HDMI adapters, for starters, but if you really want to go down the component route then you can pick up unofficial alternatives, such as the Carby cable or Retro-Bit's recently-released option.

The Retro Prism component cable is part of the same family that includes the Prism HDMI adapter. Retro-Bit has done a fantastic job of putting out quality products at a reasonable price, and this is no exception – the cable costs $60, which compares very favourably with the real deal.

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