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|The Nintendo GameCube is a console that’s completely portable but packs enormous power. It measures 14 inches in height, length, and depth, and it weighs only five pounds. The unit’s case is made of attractive, jet-black plastic, and it's equipped with a convenient handle. The GameCube is the first Nintendo to use disc-based media rather than cartridges. Overall, more than 600 titles have been released for this portable entertainment setup. The system is equipped with four controller slots, which makes it great for multiplayer gaming. You'll back up and save your games using a removable SD card. This device also has 40 megabytes of internal memory. The GameCube owes its lightning-quick performance to the 485-megahertz Gekko processor that IBM designed specifically for this console. This gaming system also uses a very sophisticated graphics processor called the Flipper, which is capable of high-level simultaneous task management. The reset switch allows you to start whatever game you’re playing from its beginning. The disc cover opens by pressing a button to the right of the reset switch. The GameCube is a high-functioning piece of electronic equipment. On the bottom of the case, you’ll find a high-speed port and a serial port. These allow you to connect your equipment to a modem or a broadband adapter. With an adapter, you can participate in online multiplayer games or use a wireless GameCube controller. The ports into which you can plug cabled controllers or other Nintendo accessories can be found on the front of the unit. Beneath these ports are two slots for memory cards. The GameCube’s back sports a DC input connection port, which allows this electronic device to be plugged into a standard electrical outlet. It’s a good idea to unplug your console from your electrical wall outlet when it’s not in use. Below this, there’s the slot you’ll use to connect the GameCube to a stereo audio or video cable. These cables will allow you to play your games using a TV screen.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||110655423|
|Product Key Features|
|Additional Product Features|
|Audio Output Support||Stereo|
|Sound Processor||Ati Flipper 81MHz|
|Product Name||Nintendo GameCube|
|Power Source Types||Power Supply-External, Power Supply-Internal|
|Voltage||AC 120V± 10% (60Hz)|
|Battery Type||Rechargeable Lithium-Ion|
|Console Color||Jet Black|
|Device Input Support||Game Pad|
|Country Region||United States|
|Hard Drive Caché||256KB Write-Back|
|Video Color Output||Color|
|Video Outputs||Composite Video, Hf TV Signal, Component Video|
|Product Line||Nintendo GameCube|
|Battery Uptime||Up to 18hr.|
|Hard Drive Capacity||40MB|
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Great to have the version with component output
I bought my GameCube the day it came out in 2001. It quickly became, and remains, one of my favorite systems of all time. I amassed quite a library for it, and one of my all time favorite games (Super Mario Sunshine) is a GameCube exclusive. Unfortunately, last fall my house got burglarized, and the burglars took my GameCube (luckily they did not take the games). I found a brand new GameCube (still in box) at a local pawn shop, but it ended up being one of the newer models that only had a standard composite (A/V) output. Since then, I have been looking for a relatively inexpensive version of the system that had the component video output. Obviously, GameCube games will only look so good on an HDTV, but I can tell a HUGE difference when playing progressive scan compatible games like Metroid Prime and The Legend of Zelda Wind Waker in progressive scan as opposed to the normal display mode. Glad to have this back in my house!
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: numberoneelectr...
Gamecube runs perfectly fine and the bundle was packaged well. Shipping was on time as well. The controller is awful, the buttons stick making it near impossible to play any fast paced games. Thanks for notifying me, seller.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: arcelectronicsllc
Gamecube is a Great Console
Gamecube was an underdog in it's heyday. It was the only console in it's generation that had wireless controllers (wavebirds) made by console maker. The Gamecube controllers were one of my favorite controllers. To my knowledge PS2 and Xbox (original) only had wired controllers. Gamecube had a solid number of titles but lacked a good number of shooter/mature games and online multi-player service. Gamecube lacked DVD and Blu-ray support due to only taking minidiscs. However, there is a rare console "Panasonic Q" which is basically a Gamecube with DVD support. This was never released in USA. Moreover, by default the gamecube doesn't stream movies or music, unlike newer consoles which can install a Netflix App. No Hard Drive, you save stuff on memory cards. However, it does support Component, RF, and Composite out. Though you might have to buy your desired connector. This game system did have some good titles such as: Super Smash Bros Melee, Army Men Sarge's War, Army Men RTS, Mega Man Anniversary collection, Mega Man X Collection and Timesplitters. Over 600 titles to pick from so I can't list them all. I'd give the recommendation based on what games you want to play. If you want the maximum amount of youngster games, don't want online server, and need wireless controllers. Then pick the Gamecube. However, if you really want a better selection of shooter/mature games and online servers, check out Xbox, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Playstation 2, 3 and 4 are great for adult gamers too. Ether way you can't go wrong, Gamecube is still a great system. It would make a good fit for just about anyone.
Nintendo Game Cube Black(DOL-001)
I owned a Black Game Cube (DOL-001), but decided to sell it because I lost interest due to work. Recently, I just couldn't resist having a Game Cube again. Just missed all the great games I had for it. Now I bought one & I'm really glad I did. The Game Cube library is huge & has something for everybody. The graphics on some of the games are just spectacular. The Game Cube controller is very comfortable to use. It's very easy to set up, even a 4 yr old can do it. I will not be selling my Game Cube anytime soon. It's great to have a Game Cube console again!
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: lordfaolan
This is a previously owned GameCube which is a really great value compared with a new product. It arrived a day early,and works really well, The graphics are clear and the controller is perfect. The GameCube looks as good as new and is easy to use. I am having a lot of fun using it. Very pleased
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: the-video-game-...