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frankspin

by frankspin

What are the worst games you ever played?
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ET may go down as one of the worst games ever made. If it's not at the top of every worst-of list, it's usually in the top three. It wasn't considered a bad game because of the era it was released, it was just a downright bad game. Critics slammed it for it's controls and called it a repetitive game. The game was so bad it's been long rumored that Atari dumped every remaining game... Read more →
DaBash

by DaBash

Will Nintendo rebound?
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It is almost shocking to talk about it, but just a few years ago, Nintendo was dominating the console wars. Everybody and their mother wanted to have the Nintendo Wii. It was a game changer in terms of the way you play your games. It was a breath of fresh air in the eyes of many and together with the Nintendo DS, Nintendo ruled the gaming world.
Suddenly, Microsoft's Xbox 360 started increasing in sales due to the Kinect and with the low sales of the Wii U, it seems that Nintendo may be losing... Read more →
kernco

by kernco

The Gamecube is the worst selling Nintendo system, but I love it.
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It has one of the best game libraries of any system: remakes of Zelda Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask, Wind Waker and Twilight Princess, F-Zero GX, Smash Brothers, Mario Kart, Animal Crossing, Metroid Prime, Tales of Symphonia...the list just keeps going. I haven't hooked mine up in a couple years, but I think it's time I revisit some of these games.
geekening

by geekening

Different Startup Sounds
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You can change the opening sound you hear when you turn on your GameCube. You can either hold Z while the logo is playing, or you can hold Z, then A a second later, or hold Y + Z. You can also connect four controllers to the GameCube and hold Z on all of them to hear a different sound.