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The Nintendo GameCube (Japanese: ゲームキューブ; originally code-named "Dolphin" during development; abbreviated as GCN) is Nintendo's fourth home video game console, belonging to the 128-bit era; the same generation as Sega's Dreamcast, Sony's PlayStation 2, and Microsoft's Xbox. Nintendo GameCube Cheats Walkthroughs and GC cheat codes
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Gret progress has been made on Nintendo GameCube emulator
for PC. Dolphin is the name:
"We've finally released what we've been working on in our
spare time the last seven months. Dolphin is an experimental
GameCube emulator that so far runs quite a few games somewhat,
but most are pretty slow. Keep in mind that this release
is just a preview..."
Gamecube Emulator Dolphin here.
Controller (Standard colours include Purple, Black, Orange, Silver or Purple and clear. There are also many limited edition controllers available such as a split Silver and Red, with the Mario "M" logo replacing the regular GameCube logo seen on standard controllers. There are also specially shaped controllers, such as a blood-spattered chainsaw released to coincide with Resident Evil 4.)
Wavebird (RF wireless controller)
Memory Card (59, 251 or 1019 blocks. A maximum of 127 files can be stored on a memory card)
GameCube Game Boy Advance Cable (for games that support connectivity between the GameCube and the Game Boy Advance)
Modem or Broadband adapter (for internet or LAN play)
Game Boy Player (to play Game Boy games on the television, using either a GameCube controller or a connected Game Boy Advance)
Component video cable (for progressive scan (480p) support) which requires a GameCube with Digital Video Output. Less than one percent of GameCube owners used 480p, therefore the digital output was eventually removed from the design to reduce the system's manufacturing costs. See System Specifications above and Official Information
VGA Adapter. Allows GameCube play on a standard computer monitor. Several are available from Lik-Sang (lik-sang.com), however, a game supporting 480p combined with the Component Video cable above, and the VD-Z3 (vdigi.com) (which has a monitor pass-through) or this can give Progressive Scan display quality on a computer monitor.
In PAL regions, an RF cable for connection to older televisions, and an RGB SCART cable for high-quality connections
Bongos for use with the music games Donkey Konga, Donkey Konga 2 and Donkey Konga 3, and the Donkey Kong platform title Donkey Kong Jungle Beat.
Microphone, which plugs into memory card slot, for use with Mario Party 6. Gamecube cheat codes also known as GC Action Replay and Game Hunter.
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