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- Great Game Cube Games You Can Play on the Nintendo Wii
There are lots of great reasons to upgrade to a Nintendo Wii - if you haven't already - but you may be wondering whether it is worth it to have yet another video game console cluttering your living room. The great news is that the Wii can play GameCube games, and that there's some great classics.
- Top 5 GameCube Games That Need a Wii Remake
Despite not being the most dominant console in the last generation of gaming, the Nintendo GameCube had a number of memorable titles worthy of a remake. These are the top 5 GameCube games that deserve to be remade for Nintendo's current-gen system.
- Free Wii: Play Free Games on the Wii's Internet Channel
There are a lot of free Flash-based web games available for you to play on your Wii. Here's how.
- GameCube Games That Still Need A Wii-Make
With Nintendo's New Play Control series, Wii owners will get a chance to experience some of the best titles on Nintendo's last generation console in a whole new way. Still, there are still some titles that seem to have slipped through the cracks. Let's take a look at five games that need a makeover.
- Top 5 GameCube Games Of All Time
Nintendo's GameCube was one of the biggest console flops in recent memory but that doesn't mean the system didn't have a number of gems on store shelves. We run down the best for the system, so make sure your eBay account is ready for a bit of spending!
- Not Worth The Money: GameCube Games to Avoid
Looking for a great game that's worth your money and has a high replay value? Then these are five games you'll want to steer clear of! The top 5 worst GameCube games of all time will have even the most patient player throwing their controller in disgust. Avoid them at all costs!
- Top Five Accessories for the Nintendo Gamecube
Get the most out of your Nintendo Gamecube console with these five must-have accessories.
- GameCube Wii-Makes: Good or Bad?
Nintendo plans to re-release old GameCube games on the Wii with added motion controls. Is this a desperate move to strengthen the Wii's software library, or a good way to allow these classic to reach a new audience? We investigate.