Buy Gamecube Games
There was one glaring difference between Nintendo's GameCube console and the three systems that preceded it: the games. Until the release of the GameCube, all of Nintendo's systems--both home consoles and handhelds--had used cartridges. But with the GameCube, Nintendo finally took the plunge into the optical-based world and released GameCube games on DVDs.Nintendo's GameCube games weren't stored on typical DVDs, though. GameCube titles were all stored on optical discs based on DVD technology. These discs were a fraction of the size of a typical DVD at only three inches in length, and they only had the capacity to hold 1.5 GB of information, compared to a standard DVD's 4 GB or so.Even though GameCube optical discs held a fraction of what Xbox or PS2 DVD discs could hold, Nintendo and many third-party developers still managed to create some stunning GameCube games that helped the console become quite successful. A few of these games included a new entry in the Star Fox series, along with a Metal Gear Solid title, and a new Final Fantasy game courtesy of Square Enix.With the GameCube a few years old now and with the introduction of the Nintendo Revolution console, GameCube owners can now buy GameCube games at much lower prices. With so many critically acclaimed titles for the system, the GameCube shows no signs of waning in popularity, even with a new Nintendo console. While it may take a bit more of a search to buy GameCube games, they will be on the market for a long time to come.