The GameCube ((in Japanese) ゲームキューブ, Gēmukyūbu, officially cried Nintendo GameCube, abbreviate tae NGC in Japan an GCN in internaitional mercats) is a video gemme console pit oot bi Nintendo on 14t September 2001 in Japan, 18t November 2001 in North Americae, 3rd Mey 2002 in Europe, an 17t Mey 2002 in Oceania.

Nintendo GameCube
Indigo-colored GameCube wi controller an memory caird
Nintendo GameCube wi controller an 251-block memory caird
ManufacturerNintendo
TypeVideo gemme console
GenerationSaxt generation
Retail availability
    Discontinued2007[4]
    Units sauldWarldwide: 21.74 million
    Japan: 4.04 million
    North Americae: 12.94 million
    Europe & Australie: 4.77 million[5]
    MediaNintendo GameCube Game Disc
    CPUIBM PowerPC "Gekko", 485 MHz
    Storage capacityNintendo GameCube Memory Card (16 MB max. capacity)
    Display *Requires the uise o the Digital AV port, which wis removed frae later models
    GraphicsATI "Flipper", 162 MHz
    SoondAnalog stereo (support for Dolby Pro Logic II)
    InputNintendo GameCube controller, WaveBird, Game Boy Advance, numerous ither input devices
    ConnectivityNintendo GameCube Broadband Adapter and Modem Adapter
    Online services
    Dimensions5.9 × 6.3 × 4.3 in
    149 × 160 × 112 mm
    (width × depth × height)
    Best-sellin gemmeSuper Smash Bros. Melee, 7.09 million (as o Mairch 10, 2008)[6]
    PredecessorNintendo 64
    SuccessorWii
    Relatit airticlesPanasonic Q

    ReferencesEedit

    1. Martyn Williams. "CNN.com – Nintendo unveils Gamecube launch plans – August 24, 2001". Edition.cnn.com. Retrieved 2013-03-16.
    2. "Nintendo reports record GameCube launch – CNET News". News.cnet.com. Retrieved 2013-03-16.
    3. "NEW MEDIA | GameCube price dropped". BBC News. 2002-04-22. Retrieved 2013-03-16.
    4. "Nintendo ends GameCube support". Market for Home Computing and Video Games. Februar 22, 2007. Retrieved Januar 16, 2011. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |publisher= (help)
    5. "Consolidated Sales Transition by Region". Nintendo. 2011. Archived frae the oreeginal (PDF) on 2011-07-28. Retrieved September 4, 2011. Unknown parameter |month= ignored (help)
    6. "At Long Last, Nintendo Proclaims: Let the Brawls Begin on Wii!" (Press release). Nintendo. Mairch 10, 2008. Retrieved Mairch 11, 2008. The previous installment in the series, Super Smash Bros. Melee, was the best-selling game for Nintendo GameCube with 7.09 million copies sold worldwide.