Farewell Sweet Cube

Farewell Sweet Cube

Farewell Sweet Cube

Farewell Sweet Cube

 

 

 

Farewell Sweet Cube

So here is the mass exodus, the final crescendation, the terminal moment in Gamecube’s lifespan. The Wii has come out. For the verdict on Wii, you will have to wait a moment, because first we must pause and look back at where the Gamecube has left us. I’m not going to draw out a timeline or select a few of the choicest games, you know them all already and what instead I am going to do is tell you my opinion on Nintendo’s box of tricks. Gamecube followed the N64, a chaotic and turbulent period of Nintendo’s history. Unlike the N64, there was no talk of newness. Nintendo instead decided to build on what they had done before, and what they had done before was   pretty damn good! The Gamecube promoted a return to the family favourite format of the Nintendo Enterainment System (NES) and the Mariot Tennis parlour. It was a return to form that ultimately resulted in the best selling game on the Gamecube. Entwined in that was the strongest launch lineup Nintendo had had. The Zelda saga was joined by fellow Zelda along with Metroid and Okami But let’s leave the roses alone, lets look at the PS2. PS2 games made for added value and to entice users on a buy scheme along with the already built in Blu-ray player. The PS2 console came with a built in DVD player and as a side note, the PS2 could also be seen as a Blu-ray player in am mirror image. Gameboy Advance (GBA) The GBA or Game Boy Advance is the handheld version of the Gamecube. It was released worldwide in 2001 and while Takashi Tezuka, the producer of the GBA said that he wanted to make one console that was massively popular, the GBA succeeded. The portable version came with GBA SP and the main feature of the GBA was that it could download game demos to the handheld via wi-fi or the internet. The Nintendo DS was released shortly after with a smaller version, a fan favourite and for many variants in duration and with a second game slot. Throughout the GBA’s life, the Nintendo DS remained the flagbearer for the next generation console battle. It came out much earlier than the DSi and featured a bigger screen and two cameras to enhance interactivity with. Nintendo DS was the first to replicate the cell processor technology used in laptops and personal computers. The DS was also the first to remain in tandem with theLYSIS Radio technology used by the military. WiFi was also released for the first time, expanding capabilities of the system. Nintendo also released the first Manufacturers Warranty protection in the form of 3 year extended warranty covering any hardware defects. Nintendo 64 Natana, the main character from the Kirby series, once again paced the game up with his magical powers. He was once again Designed by the Star cinematics team.The 64WHP allowed him to switch between three ultra cabinets with different designs each with its own rules. The Ultra Invaders lasted for the duration of six seconds and was released in blistering heat with 45Games. One of the most important features to the Nintendo 64 was the new multiplayer technology. The Battle mode included 16 players and two different modes, including the classic After Burned Prism mode. The Star Method was also released on the Nintendo 64, named After Burned Playing aid Use. This aid allowed players to record their best scores and unlocked more content from the menu. In Japan, the 64 copies were renamed Nintendo 64 Classics (CC) and then released worldwide. The C codes remained in place, however the classic characters were renamed to common names to ease user identification. The Nintendo 64 is one of the most collectible UFABET เว็บตรง consoles of all time, with both original releases being highly valuable. Unlike its competitors, the Nintendo 64 allows gamers to download both classic and modern material over the internet, expanding the console’s archives. One criticism levelled at the Nintendo console was the burden it placed on older generation gamers. Indeed, given the choice of which console to buy, it is quite likely that older generation gamers will back the C console.
 

 

 

 
Farewell Sweet Cube