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Archive for the 'Nintendo Gamecube' Category

• Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door

developed by Intelligent Systems, published by Nintendo 1 player / Nintendo GameCube / 2004.10.11 Like the N64 before it, the GameCube didn’t get too many RPGs. Intelligent Systems once again picks up the slack with a sequel to Paper Mario, subtitled The Thousand Year Door. This time Mario receives a letter from Princess Peach that […]

• Super Mario Sunshine

developed & published by Nintendo 1 player / Nintendo GameCube / 2002.8.26 With Super Mario Odyssey returning the series to open-ended level design, I felt now was a good time to replay Super Mario Sunshine. While it was generally well received, Sunshine has dropped on lists of the best 3D Mario games in the last […]

• Wario Ware Inc. Mega Micro Games

A collection of more than 200 wildly varied “micro” games presented in a distinctly hand-made style make this one of the most unique and enjoyable GameBoy games ever made.

• Pikmin

One of the few original IPs from Nintendo during the Gamecube era provides simple but addictive exploration and strategy fun.

• Metroid Prime 2: Echoes

The Light World / Dark World mechanic may annoy some gamers, but for those who are willing to feel their way in the dark, Prime 2 provides an excellent first-person exploration game.

• F-Zero GX

During the Gamecube era Nintendo partnered with a number of big developers including Konami, Namco, and SEGA. F-Zero GX was the best game to come out of these partnerships.

• Ikaruga

Ikaruga is quite arguably the finest example of its genre, and is one of the few games deserving of a perfect score.

• Pikmin 2

Pikmin 2 picks up where the last game left off, with Olimar returning home only to find that his employer has gone bankrupt! Its up to Olimar and his trusty pal Louie to go on a treasure hunt to save the company.