of America today announced a brand new GameCube bundle set to hit
store shelves just in time for the 2004 holiday season. The bundle
includes a Nintendo GameCube and Mario Kart: Double Dash!!.
Available at video game retailers starting...
In a day and age where realistic 3D graphics have become a norm, a valiant little company known as Treasure has step forth and shown the gaming community that 2D gaming will forever live. Ikaruga is Treasure's pseudo sequel to Radiant
May 19th, Nintendo will release its first-ever GameCube demo disc
featuring a number of games in playable and video form. The disc will be
bundled for free with GameCube consoles and will be made available at
retail for $9.95. The disc's five playables...
the latest screen captures and renders of ships and bosses from the
highly-acclaimed aerial fighter, Ikaruga. The story originates in the
land of Horai, which used to be just a small island nation. But several
years ago, one of the most powerful men of...
of Zelda: The Wind Waker
Since the debut of The Legend of Zelda in 1987, all of Link's games
have been the stuff of legends - universally appealing adventures
that emerged as...
Metroid Prime The venerable Metroid series starring Samus
exploded onto the scene in 1986, and two sequels later, fans
still haven't gotten enough. Last seen racing from the
few weeks ago, GameCubicle.com began beta testing GameCubicle
Boards, a new Internet forum for discussion of Nintendo GameCube.
GameCubicle Boards is now final and ready for the masses. We wish to
build a very strong community on the boards...
the latest breaking news from E3 Expo 2003 in Los Angeles.
GameCubicle.com is covering the Electronic Entertainment Expo for its
third year. This year's coverage promises to be better than ever with...
GameCube Game Boy Player
Nintendo has long been an innovative mind in controller design.
Throughout the years, a company by the name of Nintendo has been
credited time and again for creating hardware and software
innovations that forever...
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