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X-Men: The Official Game  (Nintendo GameCube, 2006)

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 se...

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X-Men Legends  (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)

X-Men Legends (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)

X-Men Legends is a real-time role-playing game where players put together their own team of X-Men heroes to combat such legendary foes as the Morlocks...
Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles  (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)

Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)

Square rekindles its relationship with Nintendo in this exclusive release of a Final Fantasy game, the first on a Nintendo platform since 1994's Final...
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"Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles"
Reviewed by alicia9n26
It is a fun game to play even though there are some minor drawbacks to the game. The best part of the game is multiplayer

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Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes  (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)

Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)

Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes is an exclusive GameCube release that merges the cinematic storyline found in 1999's Metal Gear Solid on PlayStation...
  106 reviews
"The Best Movie I've Ever Played"
Reviewed by tukaro
A keeper for any Gamecube owner, though you may want to have a bag of popcorn nearby.
X-Men: Next Dimension  (Nintendo GameCube, 2002)

X-Men: Next Dimension (Nintendo GameCube, 2002)

Longtime rivals Magneto and Professor Xavier have joined together to fight a common enemy in X-Men: Next Dimension. An army of Prime-Sentinels, led by...
  11 reviews
"A worthy title for the X-men genre"
Reviewed by crystalattice
If you like the comic or the movies, then you will most likely enjoy the game. Otherwise it's a pretty standard fighter with lots of moves to remember.
BlowOut  (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)

BlowOut (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)

Budget-priced shooter ported by Terminal Reality. The title, which features 2D-style play mechanics and 3D graphics, is also available for PlayStation...

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Road Trip: The Arcade Edition  (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)

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 cu...
  3 reviews
"Road Trip: Broken Down Before it Even Reaches the Coast"
Reviewed by B_Campbell
For $15 it's better than a lap dance

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LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game [Player's Choice]  (Nintendo GameCube, 2006)

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 wi...
  78 reviews
"Great Game! Shows no Blood"
Reviewed by tcqtpie
Star Wars is a Classic for any Generation, Adults and children alike. Lego Star Wars has some challenges that will give even . . .

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Mario Party 6  (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)

Mario Party 6 (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)

Mario and company are ready to party down again in this sixth installment of the festive Nintendo franchise that debuted in 1999. Mario Party 6 for Ga...
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"Best Mario Party for the Gamecube!"
Reviewed by mrcharlieboi
Mario Party has always been a game that is funnest when played with others. Get this if you have lots of friends who are ready to play.

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Nickelodeon Party Blast  (Nintendo GameCube, 2002)

Nickelodeon Party Blast (Nintendo GameCube, 2002)

Following in the footsteps of Mario Party and Sonic Shuffle comes Nickelodeon Party, a collection of five mini-games designed for four-player action. ...
  7 reviews
"Party Blast is too Blasted Frustrating for My Rugrats"
Reviewed by bake65
Worth a rental, especially if you have small kids. I strongly suggest you try before you buy.
Shadow the Hedgehog  (Nintendo GameCube, 2005)

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 ...
  50 reviews
"This game sucks. There, I said it."
Reviewed by mastermetal777
My recommendation: avoid this game at all costs. It sucks. Fanboys might disagree with me, but their opinions are not mine. I hate this game.

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Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour  (Nintendo GameCube, 2003)

Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour (Nintendo GameCube, 2003)

Mario Golf makes its GameCube debut in a release designed to capture the distinctive look of the Mushroom Kingdom. Players now have the option to comp...
  83 reviews
"Fun Mario Sports Game"
Reviewed by kjscrafts
This is a great improvement to the N64 game and is a great game to play for those who like Mario whether experienced or inexperienced with sports games.

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Shrek 2  (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)

Shrek 2 (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)

Game based on the second movie, developed by the makers of Vigilante 8. Shrek is on a journey to meet his in-laws, so Shrek 2 follows his adventure to...
  37 reviews
"An alright movie based game"
Reviewed by reviewerrob
Worth a rent, but that's about it. If you can find it for cheap, it's worth buying I suppose.
Tales of Symphonia  (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)

Tales of Symphonia (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)

Embark on an epic adventure of friendship, fighting, choices, and consequences. Console role-players face a new game with a familiar feel, in this fir...
  131 reviews
"I LOVE THIS GAME!!!"
Reviewed by sarahgekkou
I recommend this game to everyone. It's a great play for RPG fans or fans of the other 'Tales of' games.

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Ikaruga  (Nintendo GameCube, 2003)

Ikaruga (Nintendo GameCube, 2003)

Originally released in Japanese arcades in 2001, Treasure's Ikaruga steers its way onto GameCube as the system's first vertical scrolling shooter. Whi...
  47 reviews
"The Game So Great, Someone Added A 4 To Its Name."
Reviewed by ikaruga4
The game's developers already invented something clever, I'm just going to tell you to go buy it now.
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