Gamecube Information

The Nintendo Gamecube was released in 2001 in North America and Japan and in 2002 in Europe and Australia. It’s a 128 bits console the successor of the N64. It uses MiniDVD’s as media type that can hold up to 1.5 GB’s of data instead of cartdriges that were the norm up to that point, at least for Nintendo. Even thought it’s been nearly 20 years since it’s release its games are still very enjoyable.

Some GameCube exclusive games worth playing include: Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness, The Mario Party games (4th to 7th), F-Zero GX, Super Mario Sunshine, The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker & Four Swords Adventures, Star Fox Assault & Star Fox Adventures, Wario World and Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance.

When the console was under development it used the code name: Dolphin. Gamecube’s own Operating System is called “Dolphin” as well. It is no surprise that the best gamecube emulator also borrowed this early name. The emulator works very well on most modern systems so if you haven’t yet grab the latest version from its official site at:

Our GameCube ISOs collection contains hundreds of verified good games for you to play on your PC with the emulator or burn and play directly on the console. We make sure to test each game against database to be 100% sure you are always getting a proper ISO.

How to play GameCube ISOs:

  1. Download a game you like.
  2. Extract it with 7-zip (Games are compressed for faster download).
  3. Download and install Dolphin Emulator.
  4. Launch Dolphin and open the ISO you got after extracting.