What year was the Nintendo GameCube invented?

Answer The Nintendo GameCube was originally announced under the name "Dolphin" at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in 1999. In 2000, its name changed to GameCube, it was demoed at the Space World convent... Read More »

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Who invented the Nintendo GameCube?

No single person invented the GameCube. Shigeru Miyamoto and a development team worked on the console. The GameCube was released in the United States on November 5, 2001. Five games were available ... Read More »

What year was the Nintendo Wii invented?

The Nintendo Wii hit store shelves in 2006. The video-game system's most innovative feature is its "wireless motion-sensitive remote controllers." The Wii is the eleventh game system to be manufact... Read More »

What year was the first Nintendo invented?

The Nintendo corporation's first game console was the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). This system was introduced in 1985. The company's first handheld gaming device was the Game Boy, which hit... Read More »

How to Set up a Nintendo Gamecube?

The GameCube is a sixth generation video game console by Nintendo. It is a 128 bit system using 8 cm mini discs that hold only 1.5 GB (that's why some games have to have two discs). Games like Resi... Read More »