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It may seem like 3D sprung from the ashes of discontentment -- not to mention red / blue glasses -- but Nintendo never stopped believing. It's been secretly refining stereoscopic tech for years in the likes of the Game Boy Advance and GameCube. And while president Satoru Iwata already mentioned ear...

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Oh sure, we've seen a few "portable" Gamecube systems over the years, but we've yet to set our eyes on anything as glorious as this. Not surprisingly, the NCube's creator is yet another Ben Heck apprentice, with the case being a heavily modded Datamax Kid's Delight and the display an unmodded Zenit...

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It's OK, this was done for science! But seriously, for those of you with an eye for tech, we just might have something for you. Embedded past the break are a pair of videos that show both the GameCube and Wii being disassembled, allowing one to compare the guts of one to the other. Hmm, looks li...

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Looks like Perrin may have jumped the gun a bit when she said that the company would not be manufacturing any more GameCubes and we should all just consider the thing to be dead. At least, that's according to Nintendo UK spokesperson who recently told Europgamer "I can confirm that globally, Nintend...

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With all of the ridiculous news involving the GameCube version of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess lately, it feels good to report something fans should be delighted to know, rather than the mind-boggling mess of last week. This news, which is Australia receiving the GameCube version of Twilig...

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Confirming that 480p would be a go for launch, Nintendo stated that certain games would support component cables for progressive scan output. What we hadn't heard, however, was whether or not gamers with component cables for their GameCube would be able to utilize them with their Wii. Well, we final...

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Oh, look. It's the weekly Japanese hardware sales chart. Every time I look around, it's in my face. The ranking, according to number of units sold: - DS Lite: 135,614 149,411 (52.42%) - PSP: 24,595 2,632 (9.67%) - PS2: 18,513 1,285 (6.49%) - GBA SP: 4,364 2288 (34.40%) - Game Boy Micro: 1,270 743...

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