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The GameCube: A Console Review
Looking like the toy when compared to the XBox and PlayStation 2, the little GameCube proves that smaller can sometimes be better.

The Legend of Spyro - A New Beginning
The Legend of Spyro - A New Beginning for the GameCube tries to capitalize on the fantastic Spyro series which I adore. However, this is not a worthy sequel (or prequel).

The Legend of Zelda A Link to the Past
"The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past" was the first Legend of Zelda game people took notice of, and now it´s back!

The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword
The first Zelda game to truly take advantage of the Wii's control system, "The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword" offers a classical Zelda experience with some interesting new twists.

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker
The newest game in the Zelda series is truly worthy of the series. Check it out!

The Simpsons : Hit-and-Run
The Simpsons: Hit-and-Run is a game based on the television show, The Simpsons. It is very similar, gameplay-wise, to Grand Theft Auto III, except less controversial.

Top 5 GameCube Games for 2002
The GameCube has many games that are addictive and fun. Here are our choices for the top five of the year, that should be in every gaming library!

Training - Nintendo Wii Sports
The training area of the Nintendo Wii Sports lets you practice your skills and hone your hand-eye coordination. This is good not just for gaming!

Transferring from a Wii to a Wii U
If you're upgrading from a Wii to a Wii U, you'll want to move all your data from your old Wii system to your new Wii U system. Here is how you do it.

Trauma Center - New Blood
If you've got steady hands and like medical shows, you might want to give Trauma Center New Blood a try. You use your Wii motion controllers to stitch up wounds, roll on bandages, and zap tumors.

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