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How much is a used GameCube How much is a new GameCube Do gamegubes come with a controller?

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As of February, 2008, in the USA, used Gamecube consoles, with one controller, are going for $15 to $20. This would be at the largest national retailer of these products. You would, if you were to purchase this same system from the same store, pay at least twice that for the same unit.

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