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    gamecube was amazing, if i had the money at the time i'd buy that along with a ps2 at that time. it had some truly amazing games



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    Loved the n64, but it was intensly brown on the colour palette front in alot of games. Gamecube i bought with money which wasn't mine. I had been lost as nintendo fan before the game cube, since the heavily censored version of mk, i knew they were changin direction. Loved the starwars game for it byvfactor 5 if i remember correctly...a real good game at the time. Overall neither take it for me.

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    The Nintendo 64 was the better console. The Legend of Zelda Orcarina of Time, Mario 64, Majora's Mask, Banjo Koozie, etc.
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    N64 not even close Gretzky hockey and golden eye were some of the most fun I ever had kicking my friends buts. And zelda on the 64 killed wind waker . Had a game cube traded it for a ps2 never regretted it

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    Have to go with N64.

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    Nintendo 64!

    Had a lot of quality titles and classics also it has my biggest disappointment in Quest 64 lol

    Great console

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    For me it was the Nintendo 64. It was such a huge jump from any other game system that was out.

    Mario 64
    Zelda
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    Just to name a few. Gamecube was great too but it didn't have the same "wow" factor that the 64 had, for me at least.

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