Dreamcast fans may recall the beloved Skies of Arcadia, which originally launched for the system in 2000 and got a GameCube port in 2002. Since then, fans have still been desperate for a proper follow-up to the cult-classic JRPG – and it looks like they’re far from alone!
For many fans, the GameCube controller remains a timeless classic to this day – and is most notable for its continued use in Super Smash Bros. tournaments around the world. Today, even Switch owners are still hungry for a controller as good as the GameCube’s – with one company even releasing GameCube-style Joy-Cons to cash-in. Well, one Switch fan has decided to take the GameCube dream to a whole different level!
A photo of a GameCube that has been repurposed into an ash tray recently went viral on the Internet even though it was posted four years ago.
Earlier today, Microsoft formerly revealed its upcoming new console – the Xbox Series X. One of its most unique features is that it looks like a clean vertical cuboid, which has apparently spurred some folks to draw odd comparisons with another older console.
Good news to those of you who missed out on the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate GameCube controller – restocks are on the way.
Despite launching more than 17 years ago, it looks like fans have discovered a strange and hilarious detail in the original Metroid Prime.
Nintendo of America has filed a fifth request to extend the time for the Eternal Darkness trademark in the United States – which was granted on 8 November 2019.
Interesting news about the Nintendo Switch – apparently the Switch has sold more games than the GameCube and Nintendo 64 as of September 30, 2019.
Did You Know Gaming? has released a new 11-minute video, which examines the beloved GameCube console.
Ever wanted both the nostalgia of GameCube controllers and the convenience of Joy-Cons in one device? Well, this might be right up your alley!