top 10 nintendo gamecube games

#10 Sonic Adventure 2: Battle

Sonic Adventure 2 Battle

One of the all time best 3D Sonic Games, Adventure 2 was one hell of a good time when I was a kid. It had a great soundtrack and fun multiplayer.

#9 Tales Of Symphonia

Tales Of Symphonia

An incredibly underrated RPG Takes of Symphonia boasts a huge story and great cell shaded character designs.

#8 TimeSplitters 2


An improvement on the first game in nearly every way time crisis is one of my favorite FPS games of all time.

#7 Star Wars: Rogue Squadron II

Star Wars Rogue Squadron 2

Being a Star Wars fan I had to play this and I’m glad I did. While it might not be as good as Battlefront 2 it is still an incredibly fun game that made up for the lack of a good star fox game on the GameCube.

#6 Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Melee

Godzilla Destroy all Monsters Melee

An incredibly fun brawler Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Melee was packed with hours of content and fun characters to play as. Instead of giving you dozens of playable monsters that all feel the same, this Godzilla game let you play as 11 characters but makes each one feel unique.

#5 The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers

Lord Of The Rings The Two Towers

Believe it or not, there was a time when EA was not a company that was fixated on giving you a little for your money as possible and bilking you with micro-transactions.

The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers is one of EA’s best. Faithfully adapting a movie while still being a fun game isn’t easy but this game did it right.

#4 James Bond 007: Nightfire

007 Nightfire

One of my all time favorite James Bond games I would even go as far as to say it’s as good as “Goldeneye”. There was so much to do you could shoot your way through everything, or be stealthy and sneak around.

You had access to all of Bond’s gadgets such as a watch laser/taser/dart gun. The game had an original plot and the developers weren’t restricted to follow a movie. This game, as well as “The World Is Not Enough” makes me wish Eurocom was still around.

# 3 Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem

Eternal Darkness Sanity’s Requiem

One of the only 6M rated games on the Gamecube Eternal Darkness Truly shined as a game that would go down as an all-time classic. It’s just a shame that after many creative disputes between the developers at Silicon Knights, (and after their co-founder Ken McCullough was arrested for possession of child porn) we will likely never get a sequel.

#2 Skies Of Arcadia Legends

Skies Of Arcadia Legends

One of the best RPGs of all time Skies Of Arcadia Legends offers up dozens of hours of game time. This was one of my all-time favorite Dreamcast games, and the GameCube version made it better by lowering the encounter rate, as well as adding in all the Dreamcast versions DLC.

#1 Resident Evil 4

Resident Evil 4

Was there ever any doubt Resident Evil 4 revolutionized both the action and the horror genre. With the introduction of the over the shoulder camera and a massive 30+ hour campaign add to this top-notch graphics sound and lighting effects and you have one of the best games of all time. Why Capcom hasn’t remastered this game for PS4 And Xbox One I have no idea.


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