13 Unforgettable Nintendo GameCube Games
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13 Unforgettable Nintendo GameCube Games

Childhood nostalgia can be overwhelming.

13 Unforgettable Nintendo GameCube Games
Aron Cay

With the pending release of the Nintendo Switch console, my inner child has become nostalgic for the days of previously released systems, especially the Nintendo GameCube. For many Millennials, our free time was consumed by the entertainment system's endless amount of games; some stared at the television until parents forcibly intervened.

Of course, supply and demand eventually paired with technological advancement, leading to the Nintendo GameCube's demise. However, there are particular games that are absolutely unforgettable.

Here are 13 Nintendo GameCube games that should continue to be preserved in newer consoles:

1. "Luigi's Mansion" (2001)

2. "Animal Crossing" (2001)

3. "The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker" (2002)

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4. "Pikmin" (2001)

5. "Super Monkey Ball" (2001)

6. "NBA Street Vol. 2" (2003)

7. "Mario Kart Double Dash" (2003)

8. "Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly" (2002)

9. "Kirby Air Ride" (2003)

10. "Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door" (2004)

11. "Resident Evil" (2002)

12. "Super Smash Bros. Melee" (2003)

13. "Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex" (2001)

I hope that these throwbacks made you smile too! If you have any personal favorites that were not included, feel free to comment the title. #GameCubeLover

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