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X-Men: The Official Game (Nintendo GameCube, 2006)
Deemed the prelude to X-Men: The Last Stand by lead game designer Jason VandenBeghe and executive producer Scott Bandy, X-Men: The Official Game is set between the events of the second and third X-Men...
X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse (Nintendo GameCube, 2005)
Professor Xavier's team of misunderstood mutants battles on in this sequel RPG from Raven and Activision, creators of the original. Once again, players control small squads of X-Men in a series of act...
Graphics, Cut Scenes
Sound, Battling System, Repetitiveness
Mega Man X Collection (Nintendo GameCube, 2006)
4 great games 2 good games
not many extras, sound screwed up.
Lord of the Rings: The Third Age (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)
In this adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's beloved stories, players embark on a quest that will lead them through the events of all three films, in the roles of custom characters they create. Developed by...
At the time it was considered a good game, with the characters, graphics and challenge.
Its obviously outdated and the port is no where near the Arcade version.
Sonic Gems Collection (Nintendo GameCube, 2005)
This Sonic compilation for GameCube includes three of the hurried hedgehog's numerous past hits: Sonic CD (originally for the Genesis add-on), the Saturn's Sonic R, and the first North American home v...
Sega finally made Sonic CD accessible.
Where's Chaotix? You can't erase the 32X, Sega!
NFL Blitz 20-02 (Nintendo GameCube, 2002)
The team responsible for the original 1997 gridiron hit has redesigned Midway's NFL Blitz to take advantage of next-generation consoles. NFL Blitz 20-02 offers new 3D-modeled players that better repre...
It's Blitz(if you liked it before)
It's still blitz(if you didn't like it before)
F-Zero GX Player's Choice (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)
Nintendo's futuristic racing series makes its GameCube debut courtesy of Sega's Amusement Vision, a developer best known to arcade fans for Daytona USA and to GameCube owners for Super Monkey Ball. Mo...
fast, intensive gameplay, nice graphics although you don't get to appreciate them
difficult, very difficult
Backyard Baseball (Nintendo GameCube, 2003)
Humongous Entertainment's long-running series of child-friendly sports games continues on Nintendo's GameCube with Backyard Baseball 2003. Young gamers can choose teams made up of friendly neighborhoo...
WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)
Following the almost universally acclaimed short-attention-span action of the Game Boy Advance's WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$! comes this party-game adaptation for GameCube. Many of the mini-games...
Fast and furious, fun, addictive, fun multiplayer modes, challenging, too
just a little bit repetitive
Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (Nintendo GameCube, 2006)
Eschewing the whimsical, cartoon-like design found in 2003's The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, the GameCube development team behind Nintendo's flagship fantasy series has opted for a mature approac...
Intriguing level design, new fighting moves, another new Zelda adventure!
Playing in the Twilight areas, wolf controls feel off
Spawn: Armageddon (Nintendo GameCube, 2003)
For his GameCube debut, Todd McFarlane's Spawn is forced to clean up the gritty streets and alleyways of New York City. The game's focus is combat, where Spawn can use three different methods of attac...
Shadow the Hedgehog (Nintendo GameCube, 2005)
First featured in the Dreamcast's Sonic Adventure 2, Sonic the Hedgehog's dark counterpart has an adventure all his own in this cross-console release from Sega. Featuring a branching, interactive stor...
Shadow the Hedgehog. Guns. Explosions. Hurrah!
Chaos Control is not much use. Vehicles handle badly. Camera is still dodgy.
Road Trip: The Arcade Edition (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)
An unofficial sequel to Conspiracy Entertainment's Gadget Racers, Road Trip offers an arcade-style racing adventure with lighthearted locations and customizable cars. Choose a favorite vehicle and tra...
Interesting kart/simulation racer blend, lots of customization
graphical problems, unimaginative weapons.
X2: Wolverine's Revenge (Nintendo GameCube, 2003)
In his first starring role on a home console since 1994, Wolverine claws his way past the heavily guarded areas of Dept. H to piece together the fragmented clues to his murky past. The action is playe...
Fun and Unique play style, not just your usual hack & slash style game.
Some bad Camera Angles, no "within the level" save feature.
Resident Evil 4 (Nintendo GameCube, 2005)
The first game in Capcom's blockbuster survival-horror series designed with a real-time 3D polygonal engine, Resident Evil 4 is freed from the camera limitations and static backgrounds of past titles....
controls have been updated, graphics are jaw-breaking, longer than previous Resident Evil's
it's being ported to PS2 (and it's going to be bad)
Viewtiful Joe 2 (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)
Henshin a go-go, baby -- Capcom's winning mix of old school 2D platforming and psychedelic 3D environments returns to both PlayStation 2 and its original GameCube home in this sequel. While designed t...
Return of the red hero, new powers, new enemies, awesome audio, insane fun!
No extra characters, perhaps a bit too easy...
Super Monkey Ball Adventure (Nintendo GameCube, 2006)
Super Monkey Ball Adventure is rolling this way, and now the monkeys have a tale to tell. Classic "Party" mode is back along with "Challenge" mode, while players who want to play through the adventure...
NBA 2K2 (Nintendo GameCube, 2002)
NBA 2K2 offers a number of new features designed to improve upon Sega Sports' basketball franchise, which began on the Dreamcast in 1999. In addition to the NBA teams, players, and stadiums from the 2...
The intro is neat.
Control, free throws, player faces, animations, etc, ad infinitum.
LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game Player's Choice (Nintendo GameCube, 2006)
This curious blend of big-name brands tells the earlier parts of the Star Wars story in a version of films' universe that's been built from scratch with Lego parts and people. The game highlights the ...
There is a lot to do and it's easy enough for anyone to get into.
Not the most challenging and intense action game out there.
Legends of Wrestling (Nintendo GameCube, 2002)
Return to the 1980s heyday of big-time wrestling to guide classic figures, like Jake "The Snake" Roberts and Bret "The Hitman" Hart, toward victory in the 3D rendered arenas of Acclaim's Legends of Wr...
graphics, sounds, controls...nuff' said
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