What are you top games for the gamecube? It can be any amount, 30, 20, 15, 10, I don't care.
1.I know you weren't expecting this, but,
Reasons:It's a original IP, it has great music, creative concepts, and has some moments that touch you. It's also makes you feel the suspense and makes you feel the terror when you fight the bosses.
2.Mario Kartouble Dash!!
Reasons:It's fun to use at parties, has great multiplayer, has the best courses. It's also balanced, and doesn't have the stupid bikes. It has many things to unlock, and has creative concepts.
3.Legend of Zelda:The Wind Waker
It was and still is my first Zelda game. It has great music, dramatic moments, scenes that will make you cry a little, and the battle system is quite fun.
4.Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
This game is one of the best Mario RPG's so far, and that may change when Paper Mario 3DS comes out. This game has a dark plot, which is extremely interesting. When you fight the Final Boss, you might actually feel like you're saving the world.
5.Super Smash Bros. Melee
This is a fun fighting game. It works great with parties and tournaments. It's stages are cool and not over the top like Brawl. Overall, this is fun with friends.
6. Pikmin 2
This one is one I had to put on here. It was a little more boring than Pikmin 2, due to seemingly endless caves, and no time limit. But, the bosses are extremely creative and there are new enemies.
Gamecube still remains my favorite console ever, due to the immense amount of exclusives and first-party titles the console had.
Among, but not limited to, are titles such as:
The Wind Waker
Tales of Symphonia
Mario Kart Double Dash
Giftpia (don't expect a lot of people to know this one)
Day of Reckoning
Paper Mario: TTYD. Totes. That game is the business. So much fun, humor and awesome.
Fire Emblem: Path Of Radiance. Ike's journey to become awesome and it is awesome.
Tales Of Symphonia. Yeah. Good times.
SSB Melee. SO MANY GOOD TIMES!!! SO MANY!!! Oh man...those were the days when we would order pizzas and Smash the night away.
Twilight Princess. I prefer the Cube version.
Four Swords Adventure. So much fun.
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As far as the gamecube goes, I only really had the Wind Waker, Melee, Symphonia, Resident Evil 4 and Sunshine.
There wasn't a whole lot of stuff I really liked on the Gamecube, but the stuff I did like, I really liked.
I can't believe nobody's mentioned Star Fox Adventures. SERIOUSLY... I loved that game.
I also loved Wind Waker, Luigi's Mansion, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, the Mario Party games (6 and 7 were eh...), Mario kart Double Dash, Super Smash Bros Melee... and the Metroid games were all right. I loved the music. But... I never really got into them that much though. Don't hate me!
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12. Luigi's Mansion Great GameCube game. Especially for a launch title. Nice graphics for 2001, and a launch title, and a fun game. Short, but I don't mind.
11. Soul Calibur II Another great one. You are best getting the GameCube version because it has Link. Fighting is good. What can I say?
10. Metroid Prime Good GameCube game. Kind of low on this list, but that was because of the beginning. I did not like getting all this good stuff and needed to retrack it. Otherwise, a GameCube game really worth playing at least once in your life.
9. Tales of Symphonia Out of what I've played, really just good. I have watched someone in my house play the whole game through, and I have to say, I love the twists and turns that the story took, and I enjoyed the story all too much.
8. Animal Crossing Really, before Animal Crossing, there was nothing like it, and I still don't really think there's anything like it. Fun game based on real time. I'd waste hours upon hours on the original.
7. Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance Greatness. Before this came out, I didn't know much about Fire Emblem until June of that year I picked up The Sacred Stones. Then, after that, I was unsure of how well a 3D Fire Emblem game would go, and it was just amazing. I know they planned an N64 one that never saw the light of day, but this did, and I enjoyed every minute of it.
6. Pokemon Colosseum Really, I wasn't expecting a Pokemon crossover to be this good, since I wasn't all into Stadium. I enjoyed Snap, however. I really enjoyed Pokemon Colosseum, as well as its sequel XD, however, Colosseum was just great. I loved being able to just snag and catch Pokemon from other people. It was a concept I've wanted to do since I played Pokemon Blue.
5. Super Smash Bros. Melee Really it perfected the fighting system from the N64 game, and I still prefer how the pace and style of Melee is. The overall content definitely isn't as good as Brawl, but I think Melee's battle style as well as how the game looks is better, in my book.
4. Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door I hadn't really played all that much of the N64 Paper Mario back then, and I still haven't played all that much of it, but I can say that The Thousand Year Door just did the style of a Mario RPG really well. I think better than the Super Nintendo game, Super Mario RPG. It is truly a great game.
3. Metroid Prime 2: Echoes I actually prefer this game over the original in so many ways. They improved the graphics, the combat, the overall feel, and the story as well. It is darker, and it is just better than ever. I must say. Really, my favorite Metroid game.
2. The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker Tons of people were skeptical about this, because they were expecting the generic, terrible graphics Spaceworld 2000 look, which I say, looks worse than the cel-shading. I was not a Zelda fan when this came out, however, I played it in 2004, and I have beaten it, and I can say with all my heart that it is better than Ocarina of Time. The sailing wasn't tedious, it was fun, the world is vast, the dungeons, although small are just fun to be in. However, the little monsters that go "nah, nah" scare me.
1. Super Mario Sunshine This being one of my favorite games of all time, and what I believe to be the best Mario game. It really just perfected the gameplay mechanics of jumping with FLUDD, and I preferred cleaning up messes than doing the platforming. I didn't really have Super Mario 64 in mind when I first played it, and it is just, excellent.
Star Fox Adventures
Keep in Mind I Don't Own:
Metal Gear Solid The Twin Snakes
Mario Kart Double Dash (I know)
Resident Evil 4
Skies of Arcadia Legends
The Wind Waker: Still one of my favourite games. The Zelda game I have beaten the most at about 10 times.
Super Smash Bros Melee: Kinda still likin' this one more than Brawl. It's much more simple in the good way.
Twilight Princess: I prefer this to the Wii version.
Harvest Moon - A Wonderful Life: I've had this game for more years than I can remember and have spent way too much of my life on it.
I know I'm in the severe minority when I say this, but the GameCube might be my favorite home console I've played. I love the library of games on it, even though it's not as vast as the PS2's.
My personal favorite games for the 'Cube:
--Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (EVERYONE PLAY IT NOW)
--Zelda: The Wind Waker (haters gonna hate)
--Animal Crossing (love the original, such a time-waster)
--Super Mario Sunshine (haters gonna hate)
--Smash Bros. Melee (universally agreed upon I'm sure)
--Metroid Prime (I mean really)