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DAILY QUEST

2024-05-21
Fortnite Chapter 5 Season 2 Final Level Check
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Who did or will you play in Multiversus?
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WEEKLY QUESTS

S8W8
Original Meme of the Week
5
Clip of the Week
3
Gaming Photography
3
I need a Hero: Sigma
5
What's the Super Rush? Bowser Highlands
4
Assist your Bot
3
Get to the Points
2
Flower Cup Choco Island 1 Time Trial
3
Bad Guy High Score
3
Most Quests Completed
22

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Channel 3 has real time text chat (like Discord). Every game or club has a chat room. And you can also DM other gamers or create group chats.
GameCube
2001-11-18
The GameCube is a home video game console developed and released by Nintendo in Japan on September 14, 2001, in North America on November 18, 2001, and in PAL territories in 2002. It is the successor to the Nintendo 64, which released in 1996, and predecessor of the Wii, which released in 2006. As Nintendo's entry in the sixth generation of video game consoles, the GameCube competed with Sony's PlayStation 2 and Microsoft's Xbox.
 

GameCube
The CUBE! The collectors edition Zelda bundle at Christmas! Underrated controller!
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GameCube
I liked Rogue Squadron 2, Legend of Zelda Wind Waker, The MegaMan and MegaMan X collections, and the Gameboy Player adapter I had for this system/console.
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GameCube
Never had a chance to own one, but the times I played it at friends I thought it was good.
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GameCube
Stood up to a lot of abuse, physically and metaphorically, but this was an amazing console with some powerhouse titles. It was *the* mobile console to take on vacations and friends' houses to use on the big screen.
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GameCube
Solid system back in the day! I played Sims: Urbz for days on end .... Still my fav sims game actually!
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GameCube
I loved this system. I bought my first one like 8 years ago, and scratched discs are a frustration. Moving back to cartridges was a solid move and improvement by the switch.
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GameCube
An underrated masterpiece!
Of course Nintendo being Nintendo, they had to go with these stupid mini-discs that scared away some 3rd party developers.
But this system still had some amazing games - particularly Mario Sunshine and Rogue Leader.
And as for the controller - it’s still the most comfortable controller I’ve ever held!
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GameCube
Nintendo's attempt to keep up with Sony and Microsoft in my opinion. I didn't get to play many games on this system because its about the time I signed my life away to the Army. I do think about buying one though to get some nostalgia.
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GameCube
Feel in love with mario party and mario strikers with this system. Enjoyed the controller more than N64 but the titles Feel a little flat in the end.
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GameCube
Nintendo tried to stay with the competition. Lots of classic games, but felt like it was a tad weaker lineup than the revolutionary n64
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GameCube
First console I ever bought, what a time to be alive; toadstool tour, double dash, smash, pickmin, sarges war. So much fun with my brother and friends
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GameCube
I remember thinking that the smaller game disks were the future. A lot of good titles on here and plenty of multi-player classics.
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GameCube
As someone who plays a lot of Smash Bros. I know that this is a take that will get me guff: I HATE these controllers more than anything. In hindsight there were some cool games on here but this just felt like a generational miss for Nintendo. I was firmly camp PS2 in this era and the games were way better over there. Even Mario (Sunshine) was one of the weaker entries as well. Some games have grown on my learning of them after the fact (Pikmin) but so much didn't land for me.
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GameCube
This system came out during my gaming "dark ages" - not much time spent on games, but I did enjoy playing Double Dash with my friends. Also it was great that Gamecube games carried forward to the Wii, which were wildly different systems.
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GameCube
I had a great time with this system, absolutely loved Wind Waker, Mario Kart Double Dash, Luigi’s Mansion, Mario Sunshine and more. The controllers are among the best for Nintendo consoles. As others mentioned the splash logo at the beginning of every game was flawless - I don’t know why, but this makes a system better haha
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GameCube
What is it with Nintendo and weird controllers. Granted this one is better than the 64 but still not the best. My buddies and I spent many nights battling it out in Soul Caliber. It was nice to see RE 4 on it also. Overall not a bad system but it seems like Nintendo always shoots themselves in the foot. Why not just use actual disc's instead of trying to re-invent the wheel everything.
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GameCube
The dreams all came true for 10 year old NotJosh when I received a GameCube for Christmas. My favorite versions of Mario Party and Mario Kart both come from this platform and the controller is still top tier in the NintendoVerse. Without this console, my love of Nintendo games wouldn’t have grown into what it is today. I acquired another console about a year ago that is still getting playtime.
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GameCube
A loading screen that you can hear with the TV on mute! Heck you can hear it just reading this! The controller has timeless design (for some reason). The games were Nintendo games! So they were classics and fun for everyone!
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GameCube
The second most played console in my childhood. Getting Tony Hawk 4 and this at Christmas one year was amazing. Played so many classics on this bad ass cube. To this day I am a die hard smash fan from all the sessions I would play with my brothers and cousins.
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GameCube
One of the most underrated systems of all time! This might be my favorite system of all time! It pumped out some of the best Mario and Zelda games!
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GameCube
A very underrated system from Nintendo. The first to use discs, and they were non standard size. Uncommon products make things more expensive. Some of the games I still play to this day. Also another weird controller from Nintendo.
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GameCube
A system I never owned, but played a lot at a friends house. Seeing the size of the game discs compared to the PlayStation's was shocking to me (more funny) but never played enough to figure out just how I'm supposed to operate this controller. It looks simple & I imagine had I owned one that I would've gotten it over time, but just never did.
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GameCube
This is the first system that I ever bought outright on my own. I saved for months. There were some awesome games for this, including updated versions of things like Zelda OoT. This is probably the system that I owned for the longest prior to owning my XBOX one since day 1.

The size of the console, the size of the controller, it all made for a revolutionary console.
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GameCube
Great games, excellent controller, and a fun purple box. I loved everything about the GameCube.
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GameCube
The G.O.A.T. The controllers fit nicely in your hand, console was small and fit almost anywhere. The disc were small, which was kind of weird, but it worked. Some of my favorite video games were on this system. I always wanted Nintendo to make a GameCube 2 or something to continue with improvements to this system, but they went a different route than Microsoft and Sony.
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