Nintendo GameCube Turns 20 Years Old

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Nintendo Applies for New Japanese Trademarks on the GameCube

Today marks the 20th anniversary of Nintendo’s little console that changed gaming everywhere. The Nintendo GameCube released on September 14, 2001 in Japan; it released in the U.S. in November of the same year, and Europe and Australia in May 2002. In December 2001, Panasonic, with its deal with Nintendo, released the Panasonic Q, a GameCube and DVD hybrid exclusive to Japan. With its original purple known as Indigo, the GameCube later released a black version known as Jet Black and a silver one known as Platinum.

Panasonic Q - Wikidata
The Panasonic Q

The GameCube consists of four ports like its predecessor, the Nintendo 64. The controller is mostly known for its big A-button and small B-button, along with its legendary comfortable grip. The springs clicking in the L- and R-buttons on top are very notable. It also has a handle in the back so gamers can carry it over friends’ houses to…

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