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America's favourite past-time found itself on the GameCube on launch day all the way to the console's end in 2006. From the All Star Baseball franchise, to one offs like Home Run King, and of course EA's MVP Baseball, there were 7 ways in North America to walk on to a diamond, on a cube. We are joined by friends of the show Jason and Jed to discuss…
 
Neil & Mike love to talk about two things; the GameCube and the GameCube Microphone, and on Episode 44 of the 'The GameCube Was Cool Podcast' they get to do just that with Ikaruga and Odama. Two cult classics that don't get a lot of air time these days but definitely go down in the history books of the weird and great games released in the era of t…
 
Episode 43 of The PlayStation 2 Was Cool podcast takes us to 3 of Mike & Neil's favourite games for the system: the seminal inaugural entry for the Ratchet & Clank series (no good innuendo title here unfortunately), Shadow of the Colossus's beginning as an fan-adored cult classic that gets better with each remake, and of course the final game for t…
 
Two days, two Wind Waker episodes! But what do Neil and Mike think of two parters in media? Find out this and much more when they discuss even more intricate details and memories of Link's 2003 cel-shaded adventure. Join fellow streamers/podcaster/Zelda lovers Cam (@cpawx) and Josh (@stillloadingpod) to chat more about what makes this game so speci…
 
Perhaps the most divisive moment in Nintendo's history happened exactly 18 years ago when The Wind Waker was released in North America for the Nintendo GameCube. "Celda" as it was coined at the time was a massive departure from the console and the Zelda series' mature leanings. Despite this the game has gone on to slowly achieve more and more prais…
 
Episode 41 is dedicated to Zelda, the franchise that has introduced millions of people to video games. Somehow we had through 40 episodes without talking about Tingle. Who could forget the first time they heard the iconic overworld theme or the feeling they had when exploring the worlds Nintendo have given us to explore. We are specifically talking…
 
Real Time Strategy and Tactical games have a rich yet unique history and conjure up an incredibly diverse set of games. From Pikmin to StarCraft, to playing Army Men in a sandbox, these types of games are hard to put labels on but you know them when you see them. While these games mostly had their hey-day outside of consoles, the GameCube boasted a…
 
The GameCube was home to several M-rated games that your parents probably thought would lead you down a life of crime and drugs. On Episode 39 of The GameCube Was Cool, Mike and Neil sit down to talk about some open world and violent games which Nintendo were welcoming to their hardware with open arms in hopes of attracting an older audience. Games…
 
WAHHH, BUY MY GAME. Weird, wacky and wonderful. That about sums up Wario, the loveable, fourth-wall breaking greedy nintendo character who's had quite the run with the unique WarioWare games and the hiddden gems of WarioLand and WarioWorld. On Episode 38 Neil and Mike sit down and chat with fellow podcaster, reviewer, and collecting aficionado Retr…
 
If you grew up in the 80s, 90s or 2000s, Nickelodeon probably has a special place in your catalogue of childhood memories. From it’s vast assortment of classic cartoons, live action sitcoms, gameshows and original movies, the licenses were not shy to create dozens of video game tie-ins, nine of which The GameCube Was Cool Podcast will be covering i…
 
The franchise that redefined the gaming industry and continues to sell like gangbusters today, The Sims makes it's way to The GameCube Was Cool with five titles! The original game, The Sims 2, and the expansion Pets are all remembered fondly by special guest Anneka who reminisces about "woohooing", making the grim reaper appear, and unexplained gui…
 
Winter is here, and snowboarding is all around us! Take a journey back to a time when snowboard games were all the rage while featuring the Juno Award winning Canadian band 'Finger Eleven'. If you were a kid with a home console in the early 2000s, chances are you had a copy. This week we are joined by friends of the show Ali and Branan to share the…
 
Alone you are mighty, together you are legends. Neil, Mike, and Professor X take you back to a time before the Marvel Cinematic Universe, when X-Men reigned over the box-office and the GameCube played host to six games featuring these uncanny mutants. The boys dive into the X-Men Legends series, a precursor to Marvel Ultimate Alliance and regarded …
 
The late 90s and early 2000s was an important evolution in the military shooter genre in video games and there were only a few franchises treating the source material with real respect and care. Medal of Honor was the pinnacle for retelling the events of World War II while still being somewhat historically accurate and respectful to those who serve…
 
Hockey is back and so are Mike & Neil on this very special episode of The GameCube Was Cool. There was a time where NHL games had the perfect balance of arcade-y-ness and realism and NHL 2004 seems to embody it like no other. So much so that you can still play and mod the game today! As a special surprise, in-game arena announcer for the NHL series…
 
Mario. Party. Two words in the english language that immediately conjure up images of happy nostalgic times, or the ending of friendships. Today Mike & Neil dive into the #1 cause of divorce and talk about Mario Parties 4 through 7. The boys detail their own memories of owning some of these games growing up as well as talking about the history of t…
 
Remember the early 2000s? Remember the GameCube? Remember McDonald's playplaces? Remember nostalgia filled Video Game podcasts? Neil and Mike give you your fix of gaming in the GameCube era while talking with the people who lived through it and sometimes even worked on it.thegamecubewascool による
 
The GameCube Was Cool Podcast is taking the rest of December away from their regular content to sit at home and stare at a wall or something. This week Mike and Neil sit down and discuss their goals for 2021, games they are looking forward to and maybe decide once and for all if Candy Canes are the worst candy ever made. This year if you downloaded…
 
The GameCube Was Cool Podcast is taking the rest of December away from their regular content to buy more coffee mugs and shovel in snowstorms, because that's what we love to do in Canada. This week, Mike and Neil sit down to talk about some Christmas memories they have from the years gone by. From when we were in first grade, to gifts we received i…
 
The GameCube Was Cool Podcast are taking the rest of December away from our regular content to eat cookies and watch Die Hard, so here is Side Mission Part 2! Here is a lookback of our 2020 highlights (yes there were a few)! All our favourite episodes so far, games, albums, movies and TV shows from the year all for your listening enjoyment while yo…
 
All aboard!!! Join Mike and Neil as they talk about The 1985 classic book The Polar Express and all of its adaptations, including the poorly received GameCube game from 2004. While the game may not have lived up to the movie its based on, there's still plenty to talk about for this festive episode. The boys talk about their memories associated with…
 
Yippee ki yay GameCube lovers. Mike & Neil discuss the finer points of some of the most mediocre games ever made. These are Movie Tie-In games, 9 to be exact, that were released between 2001 and 2002 for the GameCube. In addition to everyone's favourite Christmas movie Die Hard, there are some other 80s movies turned into games such as Top Gun and …
 
In a time before Twitch and YouTube, you needed to stumble through games blindly until you found one which was that diamond in the rough. Sometimes, you couldn't rely on Mario or Link to bring you that amazing video game experience. So you would take a risk on the last game blockbuster had that day. If this sounds familiar, you may have played such…
 
Don't love me, quietly...There's really nothing quite like it: the characters, the levels, the weapons, the story. 007: Nightfire stands the test of time as no other shooter does. An infinitely replayable masterpiece and the game that Mike & Neil have sunk more hours into than anything else in their lives. The time has come to reminisce and rave ab…
 
With great power comes great responsibility. Mike & Neil are proud to present the Spider-Man episode! The GameCube was home to Spider-Man games based on the 2000s Sam Raimi Spider-Man movies in addition to the hidden gem 'Ultimate Spider-Man'. Spider-Man was a significant character to us as young kids in the early 2000s and we are so excited to tal…
 
Consistently ranked as one of if not the best GameCube game of all time, Mike & Neil are proud to present the Metroid Prime episode. Quite possibly the only AAA game that also falls under the category of a "cult classic" Metroid prime reinvented the first person shooter with a focus on exploration and adventure. With unique enemies, locales, and mi…
 
Just in time for Halloween its Scooby-Doo games on the Nintendo GameCube! Quite possibly one of the most iconic cartoons of all time, this episode is a lookback on the cartoons, movies and games we all loved as kids. Neil and Mike reminisce with friend of the show Chris Pacheco about his memories of Scoob and the gang. The boys also finally have a …
 
Just in time for Halloween its Resident EVIL games on the Nintendo GameCube. Quite possibly one of the most iconic gaming franchises of all time, this episode features exclusives such as Resident Evil remake and RE Zero, as well as ports of Resident Evil 2, 3, and Code Veronica X (No RE4, saving that for later!). Mike reminisces with friend of the …
 
Join Mike and Neil on a quest to discover ancient secrets about Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles and other RPGs for the fiercest game system in the land. In honour of its recent remaster the boys focus on the Square Enix classic and delve into the history behind a world where crystals seem to fix anything and gameboy advance players are needed to h…
 
The GameCube Was Cool is back with three new games this week: TimeSplitters 2, TimeSplitters Future Perfect, and Geist, 3 first-person shooters that seem to have faded away in today's over-saturated FPS market. Neil and Mike discuss TimeSplitters' legacy, and the idea that it really is the true successor to N64's GoldenEye as well as lamenting what…
 
In honour of Crash 4's release, Mike and Neil take a trip down memory lane for the 20th episode of the GameCube Was Cool with Crash Bandicoot games. Since the GameCube era of Crash was mediocre at best, the boys take a quick detour with their always exciting segment "The Playstation One was Kind of Okay". Guests Andy Goddard and Jess Gicala talk ab…
 
Let's get ready to rumbleeeeeee. The WWE (or WWF?) comes to The GameCube Was Cool podcast as Mike and Neil relive their youth and talk about their favourite wrestlers of the attitude era. We bring on friend of the show Harrison Tim to talk about some of his favourite games like WWE Day of Reckoning 1 & 2, and Wrestlemania X8 and 19. Also included i…
 
Ever wanted a game that simulates the thrilling aspect of paying off your debts? Well Animal Crossing for GameCube is what started it all. One of the most beloved franchises ever created, Animal Forest, as it was called for the Nintendo 64DD brings back lots of memories for Mike and some anger, and also respect from Neil. We bring on friend of the …
 
It's time for some FOOTBALLLLL. To celebrate the start of the NFL season Neil and Mike are here to talk about twelve american football games for the Nintendo GameCube including the Madden Franchise, EA's & 2K Sports' NCAA College Football games, and NFL Quarterback Club. We bring on guests Harrison Tim and Brian Tong to talk about our favourite Mad…
 
Mike and Neil are pretending they're supermen for this week's episode featuring Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 & 4, Tony Hawk's Underground 1 & 2 and Tony Hawk's American Wasteland. Friends of the show Jed and Stefan join us as we get on the nostalgia train to talk about our favourite memories of these titles as kids and just what the Tony Hawk brand mea…
 
It's summer, it's August 26th, and the GameCube Was Cool is on the radio! Mike and Neil host a "live" show on KUHB, 97.8 The Cube FM to discuss the colourful, imaginative, and polarizing classic, Super Mario Sunshine. We have over a dozen different guests on the episode, some phoning in to discuss Bowser Jr.'s family tree, some leaving us voice mai…
 
After a quick side mission Neil and Mike are back on track with Episode 14, covering ten racing games for the GameCube. Friend of the show Ali Akram joins us to talk about Burnout and Burnout 2: Point of Impact, ranked #6 on Nintendo Life's top 21 GameCube games. Hear some crazy stories of Burnout's marketing campaigns, learn about the wacky cel-sh…
 
Are we there yet!? This week Mike and Neil are out of the office, so we thought this would be a good opportunity to explore other aspects of our gaming history outside of the GameCube. We travel through the evolution of what our gaming lives were like while on the go in the 90s all the way up to 2020. The GameBoy worm light, beloved UMDs of the PSP…
 
Lucky episode number 13 brings you three games all released in the back half of 2002 and all games that were originally intended for the N64! Friend of the show Jed Winters joins us to remind Neil that Rare's final game for Nintendo, Star Fox Adventures, isn't a bad GameCube game per se, it's just not the Star Fox we wanted. We learn about how thes…
 
Spin little monkeys spin! On this episode we keep the arcade train rolling with two arcade classics turned console games, Pacman World and Super Monkey Ball. Two games that helped define an era of gaming in the early 2000s. Neil and Mike try and remember the Pac-Man Ghosts' names (Pinky?), learn that Don Bluth was in line to make a sequel to Pac-Ma…
 
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN! Welcome to the Arcade Sports episode where we'll be covering twenty (wow!) different games, mostly from Midway and EA Sports BIG and talking about the unique era that these companies competed in. From NHL Hitz to Backyard Baseball, to NFL, FIFA, and NBA Street, we bring you all the ridiculous arcade action and Limp Bizkit that…
 
Commercial failure or the most innovative console of all time? Episode 10 features the Dreamcast, Sega's final foray into console hardware. Neil and Mike discuss how ahead of it's time this console really was as well as the games that were ported from it like Sonic Adventure 2 Battle, Capcom vs. SNK, and classic SHMUP Chaos Field. We also bring on …
 
Springfield Springfield, it's a hell of a town! Join Mike and Neil as they take an adventure through two classic Simpsons games on the GameCube, released very close to each other in 2001 and 2003, Road Rage and particularly Hit & Run, are cult classics that show The Simpsons at their finest. Listen as we bring on friends of the show John, Harrison,…
 
Remember that game your aunt bought you Universal Theme Park Adventure only to realize that the entire game is just you picking up trash so you can virtually wait in line for a ride? Well on Episode 8 we chronicle the first batch of GameCube games we believe to be unplayable (or more generally, critically-panned). Classics such as Monsters Inc. Scr…
 
The moment we've all be waiting for. The Super Smash Bros. Melee episode is here!!! Jam packed with memories, fun facts, and even a shoutout here and there (talking about you Girlfriend Reviews). Join Mike and Neil with special guests Daniel Kerr and Nathaniel Rubin as they unpack this timeless gem and discuss its legacy and its continually growing…
 
Our third compilation episode features the defining genre of the early 2000s, extreme sports. We bring on friends of the show Gavin Brown and Victor De Jong for their extensive knowledge and memories of these games. From motocross titles such as Jeremy McGrath Supercross World and MX Superfly to snowboarding games like Dark Summit and SSX Tricky, a…
 
With the GameCube's launch, Nintendo introduced yet another new franchise, this time one with a completely original spin on the real time strategy game genre. With a deadline of 30 days for Captain Olimar to escape by, this title can stress out even the resilient resource managers. Join Neil and Mike as they discuss the game and the franchise's fut…
 
Episode four takes you deep into the Cube's catalogue to talk about "clone" games, a collection of titles we believe to basically be ripoffs of other, more popular games. Neil and Mike learn about Extreme G-3, Tube Slider, Roadkill, Fireblade, Zapper, Kelly Slater's Pro Surfer, Ty the Tasmanian Tiger, Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy, and of course the …
 
Our first compilation episode comes in the form of Soccer! Canadian Premier League writer Marty Thompson joins us to discuss 11 soccer games for the cube including 8 FIFA Games, ESPN MLS ExtraTime, Disney Sports Soccer, and of course Sega Soccer Slam. We talk about the role of soccer games in bringing attention to the sport to the US and Canada in …
 
Continuing Nintendo's launch day of the GameCube comes the main attraction of the day, Luigi's Mansion. A very different and potentially risky move for the gaming giant, Luigi's first solo game shares more ties with Resident Evil than his brother's franchise. Mike and Neil discuss their memories of the game, how it holds up today, and bring on spec…
 
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