In Luigi’s Mansion, it’s Luigi’s turn to save the day when his brother goes missing. Luigi follows a mysterious letter to find himself at a mansion he’s supposedly won. There’s only one catch - it’s overrun with ghosts! Learn how to defeat the bosses of the game to free Mario and save the day.
Aiai, Meemee, and the rest of Sega’s lovable monkeys are back in the sequel to the hit Gamecube puzzle game. Is it as good as the original? Not really, but all things considered, it is still a fairly enjoyable offering.
Any way you slice it, a messy mash-up of two pretty mediocre Dreamcast roleplaying games does not make for a great gaming experience.
With the recent release of Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa as well as the new Nickelodeon show featuring the movie’s popular penguin characters, we take a look back at the Gamecube game based on the original motion picture.
Who knew crash landing on a foreign planet and commanding a troop of flower-like creatures could be so much fun? We take a quick look back at both Pikmin and Pikmin 2 for the Nintendo Gamecube, and rate the series as a whole.
Before the Wii came along and redefined pick-up-and-play fun, there was Super Monkey Ball for the Nintendo Gamecube. Find out why less is sometimes more in our full review of the game.
Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? Why, Spongebob Squarepants, of course! Check out our list of the best games starring the popular Nickelodeon cartoon character.
Lost in the success of Nintendo’s flagship franchises such as Mario and Zelda is the fact that they also produce one of the finest strategy RPG series on the planet, Fire Emblem. Here’s a look at the underrated GameCube entry in the series, Path of Radiance, which is playable on the Wii.