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Re: What's your gamecube library like?

by darsparx Thu Mar 27, 2014 6:18 pm

From what I've heard about star fox, yes...but not as much as some would like...I still might get them for the on-foot stuff because that's interesting to me to have a hybrid for that even though I've never played the series...
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Re: What's your gamecube library like?

by vatermuzik Thu Mar 27, 2014 6:37 pm

I keep my gamecube collection pretty lean, but I've got some good titles. Still a good bunch I need though. These were all procured through yard sales, thrift stores and flea markets. All great deals and CIB. :)

Animal Crossing
Def Jam Fight For NY
Dragonball Z Boudokai 2
Dragonball Z Sagas
Mario Golf Toadstool Tour
Mario Kart Double Dash
Mario Party 6
Mario Superstar Baseball
Metroid Prime
Metroid Prime 2 Echoes
Paper Mario The Thousand Year Door
Pokemon Channel
Pokemon Colosseum
Pokemon XD: Gale Of Darkness
Starfox Adventures
Star Wars Rogue Leader
Star Wars Rebel Strike
Super Mario Sunshine
Super Smash Bros. Melee
Viewtiful Joe 2
Viewtiful Joe Red Hot Rumble
Wave Race: Blue Storm
The Legend Of Zelda: Twilight Princess
The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker


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Re: What's your gamecube library like?

by foxhound1022 Thu Mar 27, 2014 6:45 pm

Here goes.

R.E. 0, 2, 3, 4, CV X, and REmake
MM Anniversary Coll.
MM X Coll.
PSO 1&2
Tales of Symphonia
LoZ : WW
LoZ : Four Swords
LoZ: WW & OoT/ Master Quest
Super Mario Sunshine
Mario Party 4,5,6, & 7
Super Mario Strikers
Mario Superstar Baseball
Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour
SSBM
Mario Kart: DD
Luigi's Mansion
Wario World
Kirby's Air Ride
Pokemon Channel
Fire Emblem: PoR
F-Zero GX
Starfox Assault
Custom Robo
Gotcha Force
Chibi Robo
FFCC
Viewtiful Joe 1,2,& Red Hot Rumble
P.N. 03
Soul Calibur ll
Timesplitters: FP
MoH: Frontline & Rising Sun
Call of Duty 2
Xlll
Gun
Sonic Mega Collection
Chaos Field
Crazy Taxi
Pac-Man Fever
Samurai Jack: Shadow of Aku
Tube Slider
Gladius
PoP: Sands of Time
PoP: Warrior Within
DBZ: Budokai
Robotech Battlecry
Donkey Konga 1&2
Superman: Shadow of Apokolips
Space Raiders
Wrestlemania XlX
Ultimate Muscle
Super Monkey Ball 2
Killer 7
MGS: The Twin Snakes
Worms Blast
Worms 3D
Wreckless: The Yakuza Missions
NFS: HP 2, Carbon, & Most Wanted
Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction
Dead to Rights
Puyo Pop Fever
Backyard Football
THPS 4
Battalion Wars
007: Nightfire
Capcom vs. SNK 2 EO
Turok: Evolution
Waverace: Blue Storm
Virtua Quest
Free Loader import converter disc
Radirgy: GeneriC
Paper Mario: TYD
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Re: What's your gamecube library like?

by Luke Thu Mar 27, 2014 7:08 pm

A bit surprised at two things:

Way more people have TLOZ: Collector's Edition than I would have thought.

Not near enough of you own Killer 7.
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Re: What's your gamecube library like?

by foxhound1022 Thu Mar 27, 2014 7:09 pm

Luke wrote:A bit surprised at two things:

Way more people have TLOZ: Collector's Edition than I would have thought.

Not near enough of you own Killer 7.


Yes. Killer 7 is amazingly badass.
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Re: What's your gamecube library like?

by darsparx Thu Mar 27, 2014 7:45 pm

Luke wrote:A bit surprised at two things:

Way more people have TLOZ: Collector's Edition than I would have thought.

Not near enough of you own Killer 7.


I wish I had that LoZ game....killer 7 is definitely not for me...that looks like a fps action adventure game from what I saw on wikipedia XD anything that has a fps feature thrown in just doesn't do anything for me to make me want to play it....now rpg's as long as the story is decent, combat is too, as well as decent gameplay as well(and some mini-games for good measure)
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Re: What's your gamecube library like?

by Omerta Thu Mar 27, 2014 8:12 pm

darsparx wrote:I wish I had that LoZ game....killer 7 is definitely not for me...that looks like a fps action adventure game from what I saw on wikipedia XD anything that has a fps feature thrown in just doesn't do anything for me to make me want to play it....now rpg's as long as the story is decent, combat is too, as well as decent gameplay as well(and some mini-games for good measure)


You are sorely mistaken about K7 wee one.

Also... does anyone else have Pikmin 3 in their Gamecube collection?

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Re: What's your gamecube library like?

by BogusMeatFactory Fri Mar 28, 2014 12:20 am

ejamer wrote:Some people have listed Alien Hominid in their collection. Any comments about that game? I looked for it for a few months, but never found a copy locally and eventually decided to just give up and move on. Was that a bad decision?

Killer 7 is weird. The gameplay isn't awesome, but the story is so twisted that I couldn't stop playing. Definitely worth playing, even if the game doesn't really draw you in initially.


Alien Hominid can easily be gotten now in HD form on Xbox Live Arcade, but if you do not have the system, it is definitely worth it.

The game is an old-school run and gun with a lot of cool different elements in it. It is very enjoyable, but very challenging
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Re: What's your gamecube library like?

by Hobie-wan Fri Mar 28, 2014 1:13 am

BogusMeatFactory wrote:
ejamer wrote:Some people have listed Alien Hominid in their collection. Any comments about that game? I looked for it for a few months, but never found a copy locally and eventually decided to just give up and move on. Was that a bad decision?

Killer 7 is weird. The gameplay isn't awesome, but the story is so twisted that I couldn't stop playing. Definitely worth playing, even if the game doesn't really draw you in initially.


Alien Hominid can easily be gotten now in HD form on Xbox Live Arcade, but if you do not have the system, it is definitely worth it.

The game is an old-school run and gun with a lot of cool different elements in it. It is very enjoyable, but very challenging


It is also on PS2, so that's yet another option.
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