Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour GameCube Review

It seems like people will never get tired of Mario. He’s everywhere! He can play tennis, he likes karting, organizing parties, saving princess peach from time to time, and when he’s off he also likes to play golf. He really is an incredible guy Mario, being able to do all that stuff and never getting tired. Last time we saw him playing golf was on N64, then on Game Boy… Read Article →

Luigi’s Mansion GameCube Review

Luigi’s Mansion was Nintendo’s primary launch title for the GameCube in 2001. The game was hugely anticipated and was expected to play similar to a Mario game. The game launched in November and although it was one of the systems best-selling games at that time, some fans couldn’t help but be disappointed. Is the game worth your hard earned money? Read on to find out. Luigi has won a contest… Read Article →

Lego Star Wars GameCube Review

Lego Star Wars has to be one of the most unique games to represent the popular series of George Lucas films. The game itself isn’t actually created by its studios, so that already provides great opportunity for it to be as different as it is. Taking on the stories of Episodes I – III, the game takes the whole world of Star Wars and converts it into, you guessed it,… Read Article →

Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures GameCube Review

Imagine yourself walking into your favorite videogame store and seeing a new Zelda game has been released. Imagine that the year is 2004 (shouldn’t be too hard) and that, even though most game companies are trying to have the best graphics possible, the game is in 2D. Depending on what kind of gamer you are, you’ll either think the game sucks because it’s in 2D, or you’ll think it’s the… Read Article →

Geist GameCube Review

With Geist, prepare to enter a world that has never really been seen before. Forget traditional FPSs like Halo, Timesplitters and GoldenEye 007, Geist is something in of itself altogether. For as long as gamers can remember, we have played and seen games that would have ghosts or other spectral entities against you and wanting to take you out at any given point in time. Well now the tables have… Read Article →

Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles DS Nintendo

Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles is one of the most unique titles for the Nintendo GameCube. The game in its entirety holds a gigantic emphasis on multiplayer cooperation. While CC did sport a single player adventure mode, it wasn’t nearly as epic as playing with others. There was one nagging issue about this though. In order to play the multiplayer feature, it was required for each player to have their own… Read Article →

Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat GameCube Review

Donkey Kong is back, so dust of those conga drums. Donkey Kong’s Jungle Beat is a 2-d plat-former, that well, uses the bongo drums to control Donkey Kong through his latest adventure. If you’re hesitant, don’t worry, the drums give new life and a fresh feel to an old genre. The game may sound like a gimmick but it certainly is not, in fact, not only does the control feel… Read Article →

Auto Modellista GameCube Review

In a bold move that surprised everyone, Capcom, the company famous for it’s fighting games as well as the Resident Evil franchise, decided to produce a racing game. Capcom might not be seen as a company who develops racing games, but the same thing applies to Squaresoft and they did make a racing game for the PS2. Capcom does have the necessary resources to produce a great racing game to… Read Article →

Alien Hominid GameCube Review

In the midst of a rush of sequels, when the holiday spotlight was focused entirely on Halo 2, Half-Life 2, Metroid Prime 2, and Grand Theft Auto 5, the self-funded and independently developed Alien Hominid was unfortunately overlooked by anyone who doesn’t frequently peruse Newgrounds or IGN. To miss this gem, however, is a shame and a disservice to the game industry. Not only is Alien Hominid an obscure title,… Read Article →

F-Zero GX GameCube Review

Have you ever dreamed of racing at over 2000 km/h? Well, probably not, but you can at least wonder what it would feel like. At that speed, one small error could mean your death, and I don’t think many people would be willing to risk their lives just to be able to participate in such a race. Well, luckily for us, Nintendo, in partnership with Sega, has answered our prayers!… Read Article →