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Nintendo GameCube classic and retro games for sale Welcome to the Nintendo GameCube retro video game section here at the Japanese Retro Video Games shop. Please feel free to browse our selection of classic Nintendo GameCube video games that are for sale. We have a mixture of fully boxed GC retro video games, boxed without instructions and disc only . Most of the GC video games are UK/PAL format so are designed to run only on an European/PAL . All imported games will be clearly marked so.

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    Donkey Konga + BONGOS (GameCube / Wii)

    £8.00

    A rhythm and beat game like the popular Dance Dance Revolution game series, but instead of matching the beats with your feet you use your hands to play the bongos. Starring the characters from the Donkey Kong series of games. There are more than 30 tunes to drum beats to, from every genre of music - pop favorites to classical remixes. The more on-time your beats are with the music the higher score you get to earn more coins to unlock different beat sounds. COMES WITH A LOOSE SET OF DK BONGOS Learn More
  2. Mario Party 4  ( GameCube / Wii )

    Mario Party 4 (GameCube / Wii)

    £14.00

    The fourth entry in the Mario Party series features 5 new game boards and over 50 new mini games. Part board game, part arcade style action, the object of the game is to collect the most stars (or coins) from the game board by the end of a set number of turns. Between each turn the players compete against each other in mini games to earn coins which can be used to buy stars or other useful items. The mini games can be played two against two, one against three, or every player for himself. Game options include: Party mode (up to four players can compete against each other), story mode (one player goes against the computer), and mini-game mode (any of the mini games unlocked so far can be played.) Learn More
  3. Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup  ( GameCube / Wii )

    Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup (GameCube / Wii)

    £4.00

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    Quidditch, the broomstick and ball “sport” of the Harry Potter world comes to life in this simulation. For those unfamiliar with the game, two seven player teams of flying wizards attempt to score goals with one ball while dodging more flying balls and each other. For those who are familiar with the game, you will be happy to know that the players, positions, and “strategies” of Quidditch are faithfully recreated. The game starts with a player selecting which of the four Hogwarts school teams he or she wishes to play for. Following some tutorial events, they are launched into the competition for the Hogwarts Cup against the other three teams. As the player wins games and completes specific challenges (such as “score 120 points in one game”) they collect Quidditch cards which unlock special combo moves. Once a player has won the school championship, they can go on to play as one of nine international teams competing for the Quidditch World Cup each with it’s own style and special combo moves. After winning the cup once, there are still more cards to be collected by playing and winning as different teams. People familiar with actual sports know that the rules of Quidditch (as described in Rowlings' books) are fundamentally flawed and that the only meaningful part of the game is the 1 on 1 competition between the two seekers trying to catch the golden snitch. Quidditch World Cup alleviates this problem with the “golden snitch bar”. As the game progresses, completing action combos and performing special moves adds to a team progress bar. Eventually, when the snitch appears, the team with better positioning on the bar will start with an advantage in the chase. Ironically, this system rewards things other than actual scoring so in-game goals still remain mostly meaningless (except on lower difficulty levels where it is very easy to build a 160+ point lead and make the snitch inconsequential). Because it is designed for younger audiences, Quidditch World Cup lacks most of the advanced features you would expect in an EA sports game (league play, team management, etc…). It also lacks any multiplayer options other than two player (same machine) exhibition matches Learn More
  4. WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$!

    WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$! (GameCube / Wii)

    £6.70

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    In this sequel to the nutty GBA title Made In Wario, You can play all the classic, yet strange, games found in the original game, and more. The main focus in Atsumare is multiplayer gaming. This is accomplished in many ways, including, but not limited to: A mode where a doctor tells you stuff you have to do in real life as you play the game, and... Normal Made In Wario games, now in multiplayer. Learn More
  5. Mario Power Tennis

    Mario Power Tennis ( Includes unused voucher ) (GameCube / Wii)

    £12.00

    Mario and friends appear in another tennis game. Each character has their own special power move. All the characters can use slices, topspins, flat shots, and lobs. There are many different modes such as exhibition, tournament, and special games. The tournament mode consists of standard courts, the rules are the same as regular tennis, and gimmick courts, the rules are the same except with special conditions. The exhibition mode contains standard and gimmick along with ring shot and item mode. In ring shot, players must hit the ball through rings to score points. In item mode, players can use items similar to Mario Kart. The special games include modes like Artist on the Court (players use paint balls to color a mural on a wall), Terror Tennis (players keep ghosts from escaping their portraits by hitting the portraits), Chain-Chomp Challenge (players must feed their Chomps tennis balls while trying not to knock Bob-ombs at the Chomps), Gooper Blooper Volley (players keep volleying the ball to the Blooper for a specified amount of times), and others. Players can win more modes and players by finishing tournaments. Learn More
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    Star Fox Adventures ( GameCube / Wii )

    £8.00

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    Fox McCloud returns and is given a different mission than he is normally used to. At the far edge of the Lylat system, an evil army, led by General Scales, is destroying the world of Dinosaur Planet, rendering all its inhabitants helpless. It is now up to Fox McCloud and his team to save the planet and destroy the evil army. Star Fox Adventures breaks away from the previous games in the series, being an action game with light puzzle-solving elements, similar to Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. You control Fox McCloud as he adventures through Dinosaur Planet, but at the beginning, you control the female fox Krystal, whom McCloud must later rescue. There are missions where you use your trusty Arwing craft, but the majority of the game takes place on foot. Helping you throughout your adventure are your trusty sidekicks; Peppy, Slippy, and ROB the Robot, who guide and give you mission briefings. To aid Fox throughout the game, a variety of weapons and magical items are available from blasters to grenades to magic staffs. You may also purchase items with "scarabs", the game's currency. Throughout the game you may partake in various mini-games, which are found at different stores. Learn More
  7. Mario Kart: Double Dash   GameCube / Wii

    Mario Kart: Double Dash ( Comes with voucher ) GameCube / Wii

    £15.00

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    Mario Kart: Double Dash is the latest version of the game that started the "kart-racing" genre. This Mario Kart is more focused on co-op play and weapons. All the features and weapons of the previous games return: Red Shells, Stars, Mushrooms, etc. together with new character-specific weapons like Chain Chomps and Giant Koopa shells. The courses also follow the tradition with each one being faithful to the Mario universe. This time there are two racers per kart. Much of the game's challenge lies in determining when to switch places in the kart. This game supports multiple players. Therefore, one can team up with a friend on the same kart and take on the opponents cooperatively so that one player can drive the kart and the other can use power-ups. There is also a comprehensive LAN mode, allowing up to 8 GameCubes to be connected together. COMES COMPLETE WITH VIP VOUCHER UN USED Learn More
  8. mario golf toadstool tour  GameCube / Wii

    Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour (GameCube / Wii)

    £10.00

    Mario and the team, including Peach, Donkey Kong, Yoshi, Luigi and Wario, return for another round of golf. Play through courses either with real life situations (your typical bunker or water hazard) to fantasy 'Mario World' settings, such as a Chain Chomp awaiting your ball in the sand traps and using warp pipes to get further towards the hole quickly and easily. Up to 4 players can play at any one time in Tournament and Match Play modes, with the obvious goal being the one who wins the tournament taking the least amount of shots to do so. Learn More
  9. F-Zero GX      ( GameCube / Wii )

    F-Zero GX ( Import ) ( GameCube / Wii )

    £7.00

    Join Captain Falcon and a host of drivers from around the galaxy in this, the return of F-Zero. Along with the hallmark elements of the previous titles (high speed racing through challenging futuristic racetracks against up to 29 different racers at any one time), GX introduces a new story mode which details the backstory of each driver and creates a new sense of importance for each race. Depending on your result through the 15 tracks, you'll receive prize money which can go towards the purchase of new parts to increase your power and the speed of your racer. No weapons are used, so the gameplay has in driving skill its only hinge. Also included are a 4 player split-screen mode, the option of full customization for the look of your vehicle, plus plenty of unlockable extras. Saved game data from F-Zero GX can be shared with F-Zero AX arcade games. Learn More
  10. The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker   GameCube / Wii

    The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker 2x disc ( GameCube / Wii )

    £35.00

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    Link is a young boy who lives with his grandmother on the Outset Island, one of the many small islands lost amidst the waters of the Great Sea. On his tenth birthday, Link encounters a giant bird carrying a girl. Link rescues the girl, but as a result his own sister is taken away by the bird. The unknown girl is a pirate captain named Tetra, who agrees to help Link find and rescue his sister. During the course of their journey the two realize that a powerful, legendary evil is active again, and must find a way to stop him. The Wind Waker is the tenth installment in the Zelda series. Like its predecessors, it is an action game with puzzle-solving and light role-playing elements. Basic gameplay mechanics are similar to those found in Ocarina of Time: Link explored 3D outdoor areas and dungeons, fighting enemies and occasionally solving environmental puzzles. An addition to the combat system is the ability to parry at specific times, which is needed to overcome armored foes. Another new feature is picking up and using some of the weapons wielded by the enemies. Similarly to previous games, Link can use tools such as bow and arrow, boomerang, and bombs. Link needs to sail through the Great Sea in order to travel to other islands. He uses a baton called the Wind Waker to change wind direction by conducting it and producing melodies. The Wind Waker is also used for teleportation and puzzle-solving purposes. Link can use wind currents to glide and access remote areas. Visually, the game utilizes cel-shaded graphics to create a cartoon-like appearance. The characters' bodily proportions and facial features are not realistic, complementing the style. Link's big eyes, in particular, also have a gameplay-related function, giving clues to the player by looking at specific items needed to solve puzzles. The case has a few scuffs Learn More

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