The 10 Best Nintendo Gamecube Games
After the massive success of the Nintendo 64, the company followed it up with their next home console, the GameCube. With its name inspired by its shape, the GameCube would be the generation of consoles to bring plenty of fan-favorite franchises to gamers who hadn’t before played video games.
With more than 650 games produced during its five-year run, there is something for everyone on this now vintage console, however, many of the titles excel above the pack.
We’ll be taking a look at the best games that GameCube has to offer and why they are the perfect addition to any gamers collection of today.
When it comes to skating video games the Pro Skater franchise has become a household name synonymous with cartoonish tricks and fast-paced fun. From this series Pro Skater 4 is renowned as the best entry in the series and its GameCube release was no exception.
Boasting the arcade-style skating goodness that players of the franchise will remember, a decent roster of playable characters, and plenty of content to explore, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 4 is most definitely one of the best games from the GameCube era.
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Surprisingly, the Nintendo GameCube provided quite a few horror hits during its run, and Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem is one of them. The psychological horror themes and action-adventure gameplay pair together beautifully to keep players engaged the whole way through.
You’ll battle as multiple different characters to stop an evil entity whose goal is to enslave humanity in this game and while it wasn’t a success commercially those who have played it will tell you it is one of the best experiences you can have with horror on GameCube.
Pokémon Colleseum was the very first Pokémon game released for GameCube and boasted your standard Pokémon gameplay with its own unique 3D style.
An upgrade to the Nintendo 64’s Pokémon Stadium 2, with the addition of a new generation of Pokémon, if you’re a fan of the series then you’ll be sure to find enjoyment from this GameCube classic.
There was no way we could make this list without adding one of the most iconic games from the era Super Smash Bros. Melee. The second entry into the Super Smash Bros. series, Melee introduced a handful of new characters, stages, and is still now thought of by many as the best game of them all.