Best Gamecube Games of 2005

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Whether you are looking for the best GameCube games of all time or the best GameCube games of this year, you have come to the right place. We’ll show you which games are the best, and which games you should avoid.

Super Mario Sunshine

Developed by Nintendo for GameCube, Super Mario Sunshine is a 3D platform game set on the tropical island of Isle Delfino. It is the second 3D Super Mario game. It introduced a number of recurring characters, such as Bowser Jr., Princess Peach, and Toadsworth.

The game is a platformer that focuses on the adventures of Mario, as well as Papy Champi and Toadsworth. There are nine dedicated levels. It was released in 2002.

The game’s graphics are impressive. The main mechanic involves a rechargeable water-based tool, FLUDD. It can hover in the air, dash at high speeds, and spray enemies. The game was developed by Yoshiaki Koizumi, who had previously worked on several Nintendo projects.

Pikmin 2

Despite the fact that Pikmin 2 is a sequel to 2001’s Pikmin, it still manages to be a great standalone game. It retains the core gameplay mechanics of the first game, and it has more content than the original. The addition of caves and two new Pikmin types makes for a much more interesting experience.

Pikmin 2 is the second game in the series, and it continues the story of Captain Olimar and his daughter, Louie. The game’s protagonist, Olimar, returns to the planet of the Pikmin in order to recover the treasure, which helps to pay off a debt.

In Pikmin 2, the player can control the leader of the Pikmin. He or she can issue commands to the Pikmin, such as calling a Pikmin to a specific location or destroying an obstacle. They can also fight enemies. They can also collect artifacts and take them to the Pikmin exchange, where they can be exchanged for books.

Chibi-Robo!

Originally slated to be released in Japan in June 2003, Chibi-Robo! was eventually re-announced by Nintendo of America in October 2004. In June 2005, the game finally saw release in Japan.

The game puts players in the shoes of Chibi-Robo, a domestic robot. After being purchased by a family, Chibi must take care of their home. This involves cleaning, taking care of their toys, and doing other menial tasks. The Sandersons are a family that includes a high-strung Mom and a perpetual man-child Dad.

As Chibi-Robo travels around the house, he encounters various surprises. He also gets advice from Telly Vision.

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Metal Gear Solid: Twin Snakes

Developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Japan, Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes is a remake of the original Metal Gear Solid for the PlayStation. It was released on the GameCube in 2004 and has been widely praised for its enhanced graphics and new cutscenes.

It features the original story and gameplay from the PlayStation version, as well as features from Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty. It also features new weapons and special effects, including a PSG1T rifle and an M9 pistol. It also features improved voice acting and a revised translation.

One of the most notable features of the game is the ability to hang from ledges and open lockers. It also features a first-person view aiming system, which allows players to target specific parts of enemies.

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker

Developed by Nintendo, The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker for GameCube was released in Japan in December 2002, and in North America and Europe in March 2003. Originally a direct sequel to The Ocarina of Time, The Wind Waker is set hundreds of years after the events of the previous game.

The game’s story follows Link as he travels to various islands in search of his sister. The link also meets a number of characters and solves puzzles. During the journey, Link encounters bird people and sea pirates.

Wind Waker’s storyline is interesting, but the main quest is rather easy. In addition, the game is plagued by a lack of real challenge in boss battles.

Resident Evil 4

Despite being released nearly a decade ago, Resident Evil 4 is still a great game. It has great visuals, action, and horror, and is still one of the best games for GameCube. It also won numerous awards, including Best Game of the Year, GamePro Best of the Year, Gamespot Game of the Year, and the Readers’ Choice Best Game of the Year.

One of the most impressive features of Resident Evil 4 was the over-the-shoulder third-person view. This new camera angle allows players to move more naturally and intuitively. It also allows them to see more of the environment, making them feel more powerful.