Nintendo Gamecube cannot read SD cards. There are certain memory cards called Nintendo Gamecube Memory Cards and you will have to get those at a used game store
No, but a Gamecube controller can.
The Gamecube was the previous Nintendo console (it used small disks) So basically if you owned a Gamecube in the past, you can use those disks in the Nintendi Wii!!!
Actually, the Nintendo Gamecube was released in 2001. And the Wii is the successor of the Gamecube and can even play Gamecube games as long as you have a Gamecube memory card and controller. But if you want only a Gamecube console, you would have to go to a used game store.
No. But sometimes, you can still use a GameCube controller to play Nintendo 64 games. Some Nintendo 64 games have been converted to use on the GameCube, so for those games, such as the Legend of Zelda: Collector's Edition, the GameCube Controller is used. On the Wii, you can download Nintendo 64 games through the Wii Shop Channel. These recommend using the Classic Controller, but the GameCube controller will work in most cases. You cannot physically convert one controller into another, either. The gamecube controller cannot be used to play N64 games.
It was made to show the first system that is used by disk games
$149.99 at Target (new, non-GameCube-compatible) $89 at Game Dude (used, white GameCube-compatible)
The value of a Nintendo 64 (used) is probably not more than $30.
No. You need to have a Gamecube memory card in order to save a Nintendo Gamecube file. But you can manage and delete games off of the memory card in the Wii memory managment area
Up to four controllers can be used at the same time on the Nintendo GameCube.
The current value of a used N64 is about $20 , or $25 at a push.
New, around $29.99, used about $14.00
The laser lens scans the disc for information/data. It is necessary for the Gamecube to operate.
The Nintendo Wii utilizes a built-in "emulator" to play Nintendo GameCube Games, such as Super Smash Bros. Melee. On the "top" of the Nintendo Wii (if you use it in the included cradle) there are two doors. One of these doors covers the Nintendo GameCube controller ports. There are four of these. The other door covers the Nintendo GameCube Memory Card slots. There are two of these. In order to play any Nintendo GameCube game on the Wii, you need to use a GameCube controller, and in order to save, you need to use a GameCube Memory Card. You can still find both of these at most GameStop locations, and there are many stores that specialize in selling consoles, games, and accessories of the previous console generations. These stores seem to be mostly localized retailers, so these stores will have different names in say, Seattle, as opposed to, say, Chicago.
Generally no, the Game Boy can't be used as a GameCube controller However, there are a few games (ie. The Wind Waker, Four Swords Adventure) that do have Game Boy Advance connection, where you can use a GBA connector and use the Game Boy Advance as a controller, but this limited to a handful of games
Used Gamecube games are very easy to find at Gamestop or various rental chains that sell used games. Nintendo stopped releasing Gamecube games just after the release of the Wii over two years ago. As such, there are no new Gamecube games on the horizon and it is unlikely that any new Gamecube games will ever be released again.
The Nintendo Wii and the Gamecube have the same basic motherboard design with the Wii having a substantially faster processor and significantly more memory in addition to its motion control system. The Wii is thinner than the Gamecube, but takes up roughly the same amount of space in an entertainment shelving system because it is taller than the Gamecube. The Wii is currently $249 while a Gamecube can be found new or used for $100 or less.
Used; with cords, two controllers, a memory card and game; probably in the range of $40-$50 US. After all, Wii plays GC games, can use GC controllers, and can read GC memory cards. .
Assuming that you want a game where you battle Pokemon head-to-head, try Pokemon Stadium. I used to play the one for Nintendo 64, but there are newer versions for the Nintendo Gamecube and Wii.
Inexpensive GameCube memory cards are available through foreign electronics sellers such as DealExtreme. However, these unlicensed cards are generally considered inferior to officially licensed Nintendo memory cards. Consumers interested in the genuine product will need to purchase a used card through Amazon or eBay, as Nintendo has stopped producing memory cards for the GameCube.
About 100-150 dollars
Yes, you can find this game used and NEW in gamestop and on online stores like, amazon.
No, a Wii remote cannot be used while playing a Gamecube game. Only a Gamecube controller can be used to play Gamecube games.
If you mean can a Gamecube game be used on the Wii, it's yes, but you need a Gamecube controller.
On September 14, 2001, Nintendo released the first GameCube operating platform in Japan. Over the next several months, Nintendo made the GameCube available for sale around the world. The GameCube was originally available in Indigo and Jet Black, and are the most common colors purchased. The console was also available in several limited addition colors including Platinum and Orange. Along with the systems release, and during the years following, several accessories were made available for the GameCube. Nintendo’s GameCube controller is a wing grip style controller including two analog sticks and a D-pad. When purchased separately, the controller comes in varying colors, including both common and limited addition colors and color combinations. Along with the standard controller, Nintendo also released the WaveBird controller. The WaveBird is a wireless controller that allows the user to play without the restrictions of a tethered controller. The GameCube has two slots on the front of the unit for use with external memory cards. A memory card is used during game play to save the player’s game progress. They come in a range of storage sizes and can be used to save information for individual games or multiple games. Nintendo released several different game accessories for specific game play on the GameCube. One specific game accessory is the microphone used with several Nintendo games, including Mario Party 7. Another game play accessory is the DK Bongos used with the Donkey Konga series of games. Other game accessories include the Logitech Speed Force Racing Wheel and the dance pad. Nintendo also released accessories to incorporate play between the Game Boy and the GameCube. The Game Boy Player enables the user to play Game Boy games using the GameCube controller and a television. The Nintendo GameCube Game Boy Advanced Cable accessory is a cable line used to connect the Game Boy Advanced and the GameCube. Taking game play to the next level, Nintendo created a GameCube Broadband Adapter. Using the broadband adapter allows multiple players to play with, or against, each other using a Local Area Network connection. Players using the LAN connection can compete without having to share a television screen.