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    Default Why are people saying the GameCube is dying?

    There's over 50 games coming out between now and March 2006.

    WTF?! Everywhere I go I hear "Yep, cube's dying." "R.I.P. cube" "Cube's dead until Twilight Princess."

    Do people really think this?

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    GameCube was alive?


    haha that was a knee slapper! lol


    do you have a list of these 50 games?

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    50 games you say? well while I wont debat that could you possibly do some research into how many the other 2 consoles are releasing in that window?

    What I and everyone else is saying is that the GC is starting to wind down, maybe not right now but after march it is really looking very sick for the GC.

    I will not debat that there ARE games coming out for the system but what people are saying is the future looks a lot shorter for the GC then it does for the PS2 or XBOX,(in terms of new releases/support) Fact.

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    WHy don't you read the thread that talks about this.

    http://www.digitpress.com/forum/view...aa90bf9b7d8bcf



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    The GameCube, as of now, has over 530 games. By the end of its life it will probably have over 600.

    Is that a failure? That's more than most other systems have had. It will be over twice as many games as the Nintendo 64 had.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xizer
    The GameCube, as of now, has over 530 games. By the end of its life it will probably have over 600.

    Is that a failure? That's more than most other systems have had. It will be over twice as many games as the Nintendo 64 had.

    No one said it was a failure, it just didn't make as much money as the other two. At least here in the states. 600 games is what a normal system should have now a days, if not more.
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    Whether it made more money than the other two is directly related to the operating profit of the company, and NOT necessarily dependent upon the number of units sold. People who think that the Gamecube was somehow a big "loser" for Nintendo seem to have little concept of how businesses are actually run. If I sell twenty widgets and lose $1 on each one, then my P&L report would = -$20. If, however, I make $1 off of each of five widgets that I sell, AND I am able to sell WidgetCD for +$5 and I sell ten of those, then my P&L = +$55. Which scenario is better?

    Of course, there are also things like mindshare and whatnot to take into consideration, but I'm not completely convinced that Nintendo lost that war as big as everyone thinks they did.

    From what I hear, Nintendo has almost certainly made more money on the Cube than Microsoft has on the Xbox. It certainly doesn't stack up to the PS2, but then again - Nintendo probably made a boatload off of its own games, and Sony doesn't produce a ridiculous amount of games for its own PS2.
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    There are no noteable games coming out for it besides zelda.. This is just my opinion, but yeah... many others too.. thats why they are saying that its "dead"

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    Quote Originally Posted by calthaer
    Whether it made more money than the other two is directly related to the operating profit of the company, and NOT necessarily dependent upon the number of units sold. People who think that the Gamecube was somehow a big "loser" for Nintendo seem to have little concept of how businesses are actually run. If I sell twenty widgets and lose $1 on each one, then my P&L report would = -$20. If, however, I make $1 off of each of five widgets that I sell, AND I am able to sell WidgetCD for +$5 and I sell ten of those, then my P&L = +$55. Which scenario is better?

    Of course, there are also things like mindshare and whatnot to take into consideration, but I'm not completely convinced that Nintendo lost that war as big as everyone thinks they did.

    From what I hear, Nintendo has almost certainly made more money on the Cube than Microsoft has on the Xbox. It certainly doesn't stack up to the PS2, but then again - Nintendo probably made a boatload off of its own games, and Sony doesn't produce a ridiculous amount of games for its own PS2.
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    The amount of quality games has gone down significantly since say last years time (we had Metroid Prime 2, Paper Mario 2, Donkey Konga, Prince of Persia Warrior Within, Tales of Symphonia, Baten Kaitos, etc.). But at the same time we do have a good deal of third party support this holiday season. King Kong, Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones, Call of Duty 2, Midway Arcade Treasures 3, Chaos Field (I know that's a big one for DP members), The Sims 2, LEGO Star Wars, Viewtiful Joe: Red Hot Rumble, Shadow the Hedgehog, True Crime 2, and much, much more. And to top that off we have Nintendo's offerings - Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness, Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix, Odama (hopefully), Super Mario Strikers, Mario Party 7, ChibiRobo, and of course Fire Emblem.

    The torch is still burning, and doesn't show signs of dying yet. Talk to me in six months, and then I might agree with you.
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    Can't we have just one post about this? Seriously it seems like it keeps coming up every week.

    Look Xizer i can tell you love the GC but you have to accept that it's dying. The system isn't being supported by most 3rd-party developers and it's not selling like the other 2. The GC has been on life support for a long time and now it's finally gonna die.

    NOTE That's Dying, not dead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xizer
    The GameCube, as of now, has over 530 games. By the end of its life it will probably have over 600.

    Is that a failure? That's more than most other systems have had. It will be over twice as many games as the Nintendo 64 had.
    Comparing the success of your console to the N64 is kind of like saying your moustache looks better than Geraldo's.

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    I can understand your confusion, man from the past. In the three years since you entered your stasis capsule, the GameCube has had a rich and vigerous life. From your perspective the GameCube was full of potential and limitless possibilities. Sadly, those hopes and dreams are all but played out. The ruthless barbarian hordes of Microsoft and Sony and slowly choked its vital supplies of new software and left the GameCube the pitiable shadow of the system that it once was. Its like the fall of Rome all over again. But do not loose faith. Prophecy tells of another that will someday rise to assume the throne. An underpowered upstart called "Revolution".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flack
    Quote Originally Posted by Xizer
    The GameCube, as of now, has over 530 games. By the end of its life it will probably have over 600.

    Is that a failure? That's more than most other systems have had. It will be over twice as many games as the Nintendo 64 had.
    Comparing the success of your console to the N64 is kind of like saying your moustache looks better than Geraldo's.
    Well, considering the fact that the N64 is the predecessor to the GameCube, I figured it was something good to compare to...the GameCube has managed to get double the games its predecessor had.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xizer
    Well, considering the fact that the N64 is the predecessor to the GameCube, I figured it was something good to compare to...the GameCube has managed to get double the games its predecessor had.
    No, you made a valid point. A lot of people say that the GC sucks... it doesn't have any games.... no 3rd party support... etc. But yet it does have a larger library than the system before it. And it looks like when it's all said and done - it will only be about 100-150 shy of the mighty NES even.

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    Who cares if GC had more games than N64. N64 had more GOOD games and IMO had better exclusibe 3rd party games than GC. Plus in just about every case where there was a 3rd party game on N64 an PSX, N64 had the better version, yet this gen that goes to XBOX. Plus N64 was innovative and GC was boring...IMO.

    N64 sold 32 million where GC is struggling to pass the 20 million mark. Nintendo made more money with N64 compared to GC, and the GC era is the only era in a long time where Nintendo actually made a qrt loss.

    N64 was not a flop but GC is, well in my neck of the woods anyway.

    If N64 was CD based it would of gave the PSX a run for its money, that's for sure

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    i dunno you go into a gamestop nowadays and the cube is relegated to a little aisle shelf where xbox and PS2 get a whole wall each...although if you consider the space also occupied by the DS and GBA stuff its not like nintendo is dead. seriously though look at that list for the GC, its mostly kiddy stuff, cutsey E for everyone low budget cartoon license crap. paint it orange and rename it the nickelodeon cube. ah well its the console i've largely ignored this generation and now look forward to picking up its classics for cheap as i wait for next gen to have a price drop.
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    I'm still pissed that NCAA Football 2006 wasn't released for the Cube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cmtz
    Quote Originally Posted by Xizer
    The GameCube, as of now, has over 530 games. By the end of its life it will probably have over 600.

    Is that a failure? That's more than most other systems have had. It will be over twice as many games as the Nintendo 64 had.

    No one said it was a failure, it just didn't make as much money as the other two. At least here in the states. 600 games is what a normal system should have now a days, if not more.

    Thats the problem with todays systems.....

    Oooooo , lets have 300 games of crap come out this year *sarcasm*

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