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Magical Melody is fantastic. GameCube was amazing as well. The original Pikmin is one of the greatest games of all time IMO. And don't forget The Thousand Year Door! Puyo POP Fever, Pokémon Colosseum, etc etc.
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Yeah The Pokemon GameCube games were fantastic i remember renting Pokemon XD all the time from the Hollywood Video down the street from my house.
I do remember you could catch wild Pokemon in XD but you were super limited to what you could catch and it was pretty much just putting out bait and waiting till there was a Pokemon at the area you baited.
On a side a note Just finished my current playthrough of AWL Moving on to doing another run of Pikmin 2.
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My family needed to raise some funds fast a couple months ago, so we started selling some old games that I didn't really need/care for. While doing some searching on amazon and ebay I found out that a ton of GameCube games like Paper Mario and Mario Party average around $70- $100. While I didn't sell those, (why would I sell some of my favorite games after all) it blew my mind how valuable my collection is. Even Gale of Darkness and Colosseum are going for $30 - $60 on ebay. Which makes the fact that the Switch probably isn't gonna have a GameCube virtual console a real kick in the balls. It's like they want us to pirate.
My GameCube collection is one of my smallest collections, for unknown reasons, but I still manage to spend a lot of time with it. Should probably look into expanding that. I mainly use the thing as a Harvest Moon machine now.