Wikia

GTA Wiki

Changes: GameCube

Edit

Back to page

(Adding categories)
 
(16 intermediate revisions by 9 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
   
{{Wikipedia|Nintendo GameCube}}
+
{{Wikipedia|Nintendo GameCube}}[[File:250px-GameCube-Set.jpg|thumb|A Gamecube console and controller.]]
   
The '''Nintendo GameCube''' (abbreviated '''NGC''' or '''GCN''') is [[Nintendo]]'s fourth home video game console, belonging to the sixth generation era. The system itself is the most compact and least expensive of the sixth generation era consoles. It is the successor to the Nintendo 64 and the predecessor to the Wii. It was released on September 14, 2001 in [[Japan]]; November 18, 2001 in [[North America]]; May 3, 2002 in [[Europe]]; and May 17, 2002 in [[Australia]].
+
The '''Nintendo GameCube''' (abbreviated '''NGC''' or '''GCN''') is [[Nintendo]]'s fourth home video game console, belonging to the sixth generation era. The system itself is the most compact and least expensive of the sixth generation era consoles. It is the successor to the [[wp:Nintendo 64|Nintendo 64]] and the predecessor to the [[wp:Wii|Wii]]. It was released on September 14, 2001 in [[Japan]]; November 18, 2001 in [[North America]]; May 3, 2002 in [[Europe]]; and May 17, 2002 in [[Australia]].
   
There were no ''[[Grand Theft Auto|GTA]]'' games for the GameCube; GameCube ports for ''[[Grand Theft Auto III]]'' and ''[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]]'' were planned, but were canceled for unknown reasons. Reproduction carts do exist however.
+
There were no ''[[Grand Theft Auto|GTA]]'' games for the GameCube; GameCube ports for ''[[Grand Theft Auto III]]'' and ''[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]]'' were planned, but were cancelled for unknown reasons. The likely reason would be due to the games' violence, or maybe due to disc space, though this is moot as similarly-violent games have been released for the platform as well as on subsequent Nintendo consoles, and disc space is less of an issue - the PC version of GTA III takes up less than a gigabyte of space.
  +
  +
''[[Grand Theft Auto Advance]]'' and the [[Game Boy Color]] ports of ''[[Grand Theft Auto 1]]'' and ''[[Grand Theft Auto 2]]'' can also be played on the GameCube through the Game Boy Player device.
  +
  +
''Bratz: Rock Angelz'', a game based on GTA III's [[RenderWare]] engine, was available on the GameCube.
   
Bratz: Rock Angels, a game based on GTA III's [[RenderWare]] engine was available on the GameCube.
 
 
[[Category:Systems]]
 
[[Category:Systems]]
[[Category:Sixth Generation Console]]
 

Latest revision as of 13:03, April 13, 2015

Wikipedia-logo-en
Wikipedia has an article on:
Wikipedia
250px-GameCube-Set

A Gamecube console and controller.

The Nintendo GameCube (abbreviated NGC or GCN) is Nintendo's fourth home video game console, belonging to the sixth generation era. The system itself is the most compact and least expensive of the sixth generation era consoles. It is the successor to the Nintendo 64 and the predecessor to the Wii. It was released on September 14, 2001 in Japan; November 18, 2001 in North America; May 3, 2002 in Europe; and May 17, 2002 in Australia.

There were no GTA games for the GameCube; GameCube ports for Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City were planned, but were cancelled for unknown reasons. The likely reason would be due to the games' violence, or maybe due to disc space, though this is moot as similarly-violent games have been released for the platform as well as on subsequent Nintendo consoles, and disc space is less of an issue - the PC version of GTA III takes up less than a gigabyte of space.

Grand Theft Auto Advance and the Game Boy Color ports of Grand Theft Auto 1 and Grand Theft Auto 2 can also be played on the GameCube through the Game Boy Player device.

Bratz: Rock Angelz, a game based on GTA III's RenderWare engine, was available on the GameCube.

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki