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The Best Gamecube Games
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Super Smash Bros Melee
"One of the biggest games ever released in terms of content and with one of the best multi-player modes in history, this game will see more play time than anything else."
The Legend of Zelda: The Twilight Princess (GameCube)
"Better on the Wii but still an amazing game. Think Ocarina of Time but bigger and better. This is an epic Zelda quest you must play!"
Super Mario Sunshine
"A large number of small issues makes this game inferior to Mario 64 & Galaxy, yet this is the best platformer of its generation, with great level design and gameplay that's just so fun!"
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (GameCube)
"A puzzle-platformer where the rooms are your puzzles. Using your large catalogue of cool moves you must wall-run & swing your way to the exit, rewinding time if you happen to make a mistake."
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (GameCube)
"The worst of the four 3D Zelda games but still an incredible game. The graphics look incredible (not kiddy) and the gameplay is brilliant. Ocarina of Time as a freebie? Buy this game!"
Beyond Good & Evil (GameCube)
"It plays like a Zelda game but with its own very distinct universe. A good story and some neat ideas make this a superb entry into the adventure genre."
Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes (GameCube)
"The gamecube remake of the PS1 original. Often feels more of a film than a game, but quirky gameplay, an excellent plot and well directed cut-scenes make this worth a look."
Pikmin 2 (GameCube)
"A light-weight strategy game where you control tiny plants to make them collect junk to pay off your debt. Full of imagination, and a decent game as well!"
SoulCalibur II (GameCube)
"Tekken but with swords and other weapons. Surely the best beat-'em-up to date, and the gamecube version has Link (from Zelda) as a playable character!"
Donkey Kong Jungle Beat - Includes Bongos (GameCube)
"A platformer using the bongos? Satisfying gameplay and a brilliant combo system makes this a brilliantly fun game."
Luigi's Mansion (GameCube)
"Far too short, but otherwise a brilliant & innovative game."
Star Wars: Rogue Leader - Rogue Squadron II (GameCube)
"Despite being quite hard and quite short, this is an incredible game, letting you pilot your favourite Star Wars vehicles in some great missions."
F-Zero GX (GameCube)
"As impossibly hard as it is impossibly fast. This game is just pure speed and with top gameplay and ship-creator, this is the best futuristic racer I've seen."
1080° Avalanche (GameCube)
"With an emphasis on racing over tricks, this snowboarding game is a unique & brilliant experience."
"Extremely hard yet wonderfully innovative and oh so cool. Side-scrolling fighting just got cool with slow-mo and a neat combo system."
The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures (GameCube)
"An great Zelda adventure made awesome by four-player co-op. Problem is you need a GBA and GC-GBA link per player to experience it's glories."
Hitman 2: Silent Assassin
"This requires the patience of a god, but the completely free-form design allows you to create your own route & plan to knock-off your target without being spotted."
Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door (GameCube)
"A light-weight RPG with a funky art style and a good sense of humour."
Animal Crossing with Memory Card 59 (GameCube)
"You live in a village populated by animals in a strangely addictive game with no point and no end."
Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem (GameCube)
"A quirky horror game that tries to blurs the line between reality and the game."
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