I don't really call GameCube a failure. We'll be alright if 3ds matches it.

#1crazybotPosted 7/22/2011 1:01:33 PM
I still have my launch GameCube and a large library of games. I for one will be happy if we see the 3ds match it in terms of games. Sure I'd like it to get as much support as it can. I look at my Wii library and with it being number one for a long time, it just barely passes my Gamecube library in quality and number of games IMO.
#2vcoughPosted 7/22/2011 1:03:32 PM
My most cherished gaming memory is getting a GameCube and Melee on Christmas morning, 2001 at the young age of 12. :')
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#3BigReedPosted 7/22/2011 1:04:03 PM
Gamecube was a low point for nintendo as far as console sales go. At one point they stopped production altogether of the gamecube.

I don't think the 3ds will be like the gamecube in any way.
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#4__Fiale__Posted 7/22/2011 1:11:08 PM
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#5PhantomSwordPosted 7/22/2011 1:20:58 PM
GameCube was a failure. I can only hope that no other Nintendo console turns out like it.
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#6crazybot(Topic Creator)Posted 7/22/2011 1:26:32 PM
Well, the GameCube was definitely in last place, as far as sales. But just speaking from a gameplayers point of view not concerned with sales, there was just alot of gaming greatness for me. Mario is way better represented on Wii, but other than that, I think the GameCubes library can go toe to toe with the Wii's.
#7reverence27Posted 7/22/2011 1:29:02 PM
If gamecube was a failure then xbox would have been too. Sales were about the same, but gamecube at least profited.