It would seem pointless to talk about the Nintendo GameCube in 2018, but the weird little box that served as the company’s fourth home console was home to a wide range of first-party as well as third-party titles. They were all terrific in their own right, and the sheer variety is unmatched by most other consoles whose game libraries are multiple times greater in size than the GameCube. As far as its own generation was concerned, it didn’t have the universal appeal of Sony’s PlayStation 2 or the power of Microsoft’s Xbox, but it offered gamers something unique, and that’s where it scored points. Here is the list of top GameCube games ever. Which is your favorite among these best GameCube games?
12. Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes (2004)
Konami’s ‘Metal Gear Solid: Twin Snakes’ was a contender for one of the best GameCube games right from the start, considering its lineage and acclaim. With influences from one of the greatest PlayStation games and a fresh graphical update to boot, Nintendo fans were rightly elated about Solid Snake finally coming onto their consoles. With Japanese film director Ryhei Kitamura responsible for cutscenes, and the engrossing story of love, death and betrayal, ‘Twin Snakes’ had, and still has, some of the best stealth-based gameplay on the GameCube or on any other system.
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11. Soulcalibur II (2003)
The ‘Soulcalibur’ franchise was one fighting series many of us grew up with, and ‘Soulcalibur II’ represented many of its best qualities. From swashbuckling fighting motions to terrific visuals, it was a solid action game. However, its GameCube version proved to be the bestselling among all the console and PC versions, owing to Link, the ‘Legend of Zelda’ protagonist, being available exclusively on the console. His bombs and boomerangs made for great fun, making an already great game an even better one.