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Talk:Nintendo GameCube

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Does anybody know if yobo wireless gamecube controllers are any good?--Link hero of light 00:42, 26 December 2007 (EST)

I've never heard of them I usually stick with Wavebirds.--Green 01:44, 26 December 2007 (EST)

GB Player

I don't have one, so I'm wondering if the OoX games can be played using it as well. Yea, I like fully informed articles.Axiomist 04:43, 8 January 2009 (UTC)

Neutrality

Okay... what the crap is going on with this page? This article paints it as a horrible system that repeated the N64's third party support mistake. It didn't. Third parties were involved from the beginning. In fact, Factor 5, a THIRD PARTY company that developed one of its launch titles actually made hardware requests to Nintendo during the system's development, to which Nintendo complied. Many games after that, first, second, and third party, used this hardware. One is the MusyX audio system developed by Factor 5, which you probably have seen in the start up screen of many games. It didn't lag that far behind the Xbox. In their lifetimes there's only a difference of 2 million sales — a spit in the bucket really. It certainly corrected most of the mistakes in the N64. Oh... and terms like "fanboyism" to me seem extremely inappropriate for an article.User:Matt/sig 17:29, March 3, 2010 (UTC)

Hmm... yeah, it definitely seems biased and like whoever wrote it didn't like the GC. So, we need to fix that. User:Mandi/sig 18:56, March 3, 2010 (UTC)