Gamecube, the gaming console by Nintendo is the successor to the Nintendo 64 and the predecessor to the Nintendo Wii. It is supported by an IBM PowerPC processor and ATI "Flipper" graphics. It uses optical discs called Nintendo GameCube Game Discs, which are miniDVD-based discs to load games on to the console. It supports online gaming, as well as seamless connectivity to the Nintendo Game Boy Advance.
A large collection of titles are available on this platform including the bestselling Super Smash Bros and games from the genres of action/adventure to sports, puzzles, music and many other genres. The games come is all sizes so that there are titles that suit both the young and old. There's also a wide range of controllers and other accessories available for the platform.