GameCube Games: A Brief History
The successor to Nintendo’s famous 64 model, the GameCube first went on sale in 2001 – and had a popular five-year run until Nintendo launched its world-beating Wii platform in 2006. During that period, however, literally hundreds of games were released for the GameCube – with many titles officially certified by motion pictures and famous sports teams.
When the Nintendo Wii was first launched, many gamers were disappointed that their favourite games were not backwards-compatible with older GameCube titles – with some of the best games from the earlier platform simply not being as well regarded on the newer replacement. This lead to Nintendo making sure that later Wii models were indeed backwards-compatible with many of the most popular GameCube classics.
The Best GameCube Games
There are so many highly regarded GameCube games available on the second hand market that you’d think they would lose their value – but that is not always the case. Many gamers have a nostalgic soft spot for older titles, and it’s often noted that the gameplay offered by many GameCube favourites means they can appeal just as broadly to new gamers too. That’s why so many people are coming to us to trade in their games.
Many serious gamers of the early 2000’s will recognise great titles such as ‘Metroid Prime’, ‘Resident Evil 4’, ‘Super Smash Bros Melee’, ‘The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Walker’ and ‘Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem’ - as being amongst the top-played classics on the platform. So if you have some of the more sought-after GameCube titles in your possession just gathering dust at home – why not trade them in with us? You’ll be pleasantly surprised by the prices we can offer you.
Trade In Your Second Hand GameCube Titles
Our team are standing by to search our huge index of GameCube games to give you a fair price on your second hand title today. So if you can’t find what you’re looking for on this
page, just get in touch and we’ll source you the best deal possible on the titles you have at home.
So why not go and search through those cupboards and drawers where you store all those old cables, consoles and handsets – and see if there are any classic GameCube games hiding in there? You never know how much they could be worth – and they’ll only remain worthless if you leave them where they are.