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The Nintendo GameCube is a sixth-generation video game console from Nintendo. It was the first Nintendo console to use optical discs instead of cartridges and was first released in Japan on September 14, 2001.

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Dolphin is an open-source emulator that can run GameCube and Wii games on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X in high definition. Follow the link to the official Dolphin wiki and check out some other helpful links:

Gamecube selling fast -- not unlike hotcakes reports that North American sales of the Nintendo Gamecube have skyrocketed as a result of the recent price cut that took effect late last month. Sales of Nintendo's Gamecube have since outperformed the PS2 by 20% and outsold the Xbox by a 145% margin. The Gamecube was outperformed only by sales of the Game Boy Advance, which has consistently sold more units than any other hardware system.1


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