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United in duty. Bound in destiny. This is the way of The GameCube Was Cool Podcast! In episode 75 Mike and Neil sit down and look back at a time when Lego was giving us some great sets like Star Wars, Lego Racers and even throwing out their own properties at our 8 year old brains which were ready for fighting robots we could collect, build and play…
 
The GameCube was blessed with not one but two groundbreaking Metroid games. Prime which took the series on its head and introduced the world to a 3D Samus, and then it's sequel Echoes, which threw away the standard formula for the Metroid series instead replacing it with a much darker, difficult game that matched the original's critical success but…
 
Happy 20th birthday to everyone's favourite cubed console! Neil & Mike mark this very special anniversary with their first ever live episode. Recorded on the couch in front of the TV playing classics like 007: Nightfire, Mario Kart Double Dash, and Mario Power Tennis just like old times. This unedited episode went live on twitch.tv/bortandernie so …
 
Tennis games have been at the core of video games since the industry's inception. You can find them on basically any console ever created. Yet for Mike & Neil, Mario Power Tennis serves up the ultimate experience in a tennis game. The perfect balance between slight realism and wacky arcade fun. Join the boys as the bring on friends of the show Matt…
 
COD! Those three letters have become a phenomenon in the almost two decades since the original Call of Duty was released. What started as a World War II PC only game eventually found its way to basically every console (except the Switch!) and has become the third best selling video game franchise of all time. Mike & Neil take a deep dive into the t…
 
After you have played Resident Evil, Eternal Darkness and Luigis Mansion you may be thinking that there are no more spooky games on the GameCube and THAT IS NONSENSE!! Hidden in the depths of the GameCube library are gems like Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Hunter: The Reckoning to keep your spine chilled while you nibble on leftover pumpkin pie and …
 
WHAT ARE YA BUYING? One of the greatest games ever made and a watershed moment for the survival horror genre, RE4 boldly went where no Resident Evil game had gone before. Combining over the shoulder gameplay with tense action and amazing sound design it became the most accessible game in the series and one of the best games ever released for the Ga…
 
A landmark in the video game industry and ultimately, a massive disappointment for Capcom and Nintendo fans alike. What started as a promise for 5 exclusive game to come to the GameCube (Dead Phoenix, Killer 7, PN03, Viewtiful Joe, and Resident Evil 4) turned into Capcom flipping these franchises to other consoles and ultimately the demise of these…
 
Bond, James Bond. To celebrate the release of No Time To Die Mike & Neil look back on the 007 games that defined an era. Agent Under Fire, Everything or Nothing, Golden Eye Rogue Agent and From Russia With Love are all discussed in length on this nearly two hour spy extravaganza. The boys are joined by friends of the show Spenny G, as well as Josh …
 
Where we're going we dont need.. ROADS. Ever wish you could go back in time and save the GameCube from getting beat by the Playstation 2 and the Xbox? We do it everyday, and on this Side Mission of The GameCube Was Cool Podcast Mike and Neil sit down to share their ideas to go back in time to the year 2001 and make the GameCube a commercial success…
 
Remember when the front of the game was all you had to go by when deciding how to use your $20 gift card and reading your video game cases as your mom drove you home from EB games only to get home and realize you bought the worst game of 2003 and now you need to wait until Christmas to play something good? Well in this Side Mission of The GameCube …
 
The 'Classic' console Nintendo hype of 2016-2018 was a good time, and left a lot of Nintendo fans dreaming of what games would be on the mini GameBoy, N64 and of course the GameCube! This week, Mike and Neil are on vacation so they decided to sit down and list 15 games each that they would like to see on a dream GameCube Classic console that will p…
 
Enter the Dragon. It's been 23 years to the day that Spyro first graced the PS1 and Mike & Neil are here dive head first into the purple dragon's history, games (the good and bad) and his future. The episode starts off with the boys welcoming friend of the show Andy to talk about the original trilogy and then transitioning to the 3 GameCube games. …
 
Brain Blast!!! One of the best Nickelodeon franchises of the 2000s also dipped its toe in the video game market with 3 Jimmy Neutron games on the GameCube. The movie started the series with a bang and continued with a really cool show we all loved to watch after school. The games...were OK. Jimmy and all his friends' adventures in video games were …
 
You've got boost power! Welcome to fastest show on earth where the boys sit down to discuss one of their most beloved games, F-Zero GX and the series that spawned it. Mike & Neil go into the super challenging gameplay that makes this game so different from any other Nintendo property as well as why we haven't seen a new F-Zero entry since F-Zero GX…
 
It's time to DUEL! On episode 63 of The GameCube Was Cool Podcast, Mike and Neil sit down to talk about Yu-Gi-Oh, Beyblade and a bunch of other animes/fads we loved when we were in school (and we kinda still do!). Joining us on the show is enemy of the pod Ramon to talk about how Yu-Gi-Oh! The Falsebound Kingdom isn't a card dueling game but actual…
 
Bring the tripod and all of the film! On this episode of The GameCube Was Cool Podcast, Mike and Neil sit down to talk about King Kong and Rampage! Both giant monkey games on the cube are terrific hidden gems which have been somewhat lost to history. The boys start the episode off with thinking about where they would live if they could not longer l…
 
Serve up! To celebrate the 2020 Olympics, Mike and Neil are covering five sports games that appeared on the Gamecube. Most of these games are not Olympic sports, BUT they could be someday...Featured games today consist of Beach Spikers, World Series of Poker, WTA Tour Tennis, Strike Force Bowling, and one of the best hidden gems for the GameCube, P…
 
Suit up! And join Mike and Neil as they take a trip back to a time when superheroes were not all owned by Disney, and the video games were discounted a few days after they came out along with whatever movie we all paid real money to see. From Spawn to Judge Dredd, video games based on comic books in theory are a match made in heaven, although playi…
 
It's summertime once again and The GameCube Was Cool is back on the radio! Mike and Neil host another "live" show on KUHB, 97.8 The Cube FM to discuss the most innovative and at time polarizing entry in the Mario Kart Series, Mario Kart Double Dash. Released in 2003 no game before or since has had this take on the kart racer formula in a game that …
 
Overture, curtains, lights, this is it, the night of nights, The GameCube Was Cool hosts Mike and Neil are celebrating the return of The Looney Tunes' return to the big screen by covering all the Warner Brothers' games on the GameCube! From Taz to to Teen Titans, Warner Bros had a few neat titles on the cube and some movie flops in the early 2000s …
 
Following the incredible success of Soul Edge and Soul Calibur in the arcades, Playstation and Dreamcast, Soul Calibur 2 arrived on the GameCube with open arms. A unique looking 2D fighter with a gameplay and visual experience far beyond what most 6th generation home console games had given gamers at that point. Mike and Neil sit down with @jedigee…
 
It's time to dig down to the bottom of the GameCube library for the second painful time and talk about some games that aged like a fine milk. Mike and Neil first sit down and talk about their early impressions of Mario Golf: Super Rush on the Nintendo Switch! Take a trip down this nightmare as the boys take a look at Charlie's Angels, Virtua Quest,…
 
Mario has many occupations, that much has always been true. He's a plumber, doctor, painter, racecar driver, olympic athlete, party planner, dancer, and a sub-par brother. Speaking of par, Mario also has an amazing golf swing! Mario Golf first hit the shelves on the N64 and the GameBoy Color in 1999 and became a bit of a cult-classic in the Nintend…
 
The series that created the farming sim genre, Harvest Moon returns on the GameCube with three highly rated games: A Wonderful Life, Another Wonderful Life and Magical Melody. Joining the boys is award-winning video game journalist Kate Gray who is a huge fan of the series and has written loads about it in Nintendo Life, the Guardian, Vice, and man…
 
We all have games on consoles that we would love to play but have either never come across them in our local video game store or cannot bring ourselves to spend insane amounts on hard to find gems. Mike and Neil sit down today to talk about a few games they came across while researching the GameCube and would love to check out someday. These hidden…
 
Match tiles! Pop bubbles! Help Dr Mario pop pills! Puzzle Games are among the best selling video games of all time, from GameBoy classics like Tetris to mobile crazes like Candy Crush. Everyone has a connection to a puzzle video game they had on their phones or handheld consoles to keep their mind off of whatever commute you were trapped in. Mike a…
 
Pack up your fishing rod and put on your camo pants, Mike and Neil are here to cover the great outdoor experiences on the GameCube! From Mark Davis Pro Bass Challenge to Cabela's Big Adventure, there are a total of give of these games for the CUbe and although we don't know a lot about hunting or fishing games, someone who does, friend of the show …
 
It's been exactly one year since Mike & Neil began the podcast and are celebrating this with their 50th mainline episode! The boys are revisiting the games from their very first episode (Launch Day 1.0) and taking you back in time to November 18th 2001 to discuss five of the Cube's launch games. That includes Batman Vengeance, Crazy Taxi, Wave Race…
 
‘It’s not the same without the flame’. Hot Wheels will go down as one of the most successful toy brands of all time, and the companion video games intended to merge the 1968 toy into the 21st century came with its share of good and bad racing games. Mike and Neil sit down with friend of the show Ali to discuss the Hot Wheels games and 5 other racin…
 
HIIII. Everyone's favourite pink ball makes it's first and last appearance on the GameCube with Kirby Air Ride. Released within weeks of both Mario Kart Double Dash and F-Zero GX this racing game often gets overshadowed yet but there's a lot more to meets the eye, even with that angry Kirby on the cover. Friend of the show Jake joins us to explain …
 
Goku, Raditz, Piccolo, Krillin, Gohan, Vegeta. Any of these names should conjure up font memories for anyone who grew up in the 90s or 2000s. Not only was Dragon Ball Z the gateway drug to an entire medium but it redefined what could sell to the west and laid the ground work for so many shows today. The Dragon Ball franchise of course makes an appe…
 
Mike & Neil spent a lot of their childhoods catching Pokemon and exploring the Digiverse with weird monsters that their parents couldn't pronounce. But they were nice enough to buy the cards, toys, movies and games anyway. Episode 46 of The GameCube Was Cool Podcast is all about the Pokemon spinoffs and the two main line Digimon games on the GameCu…
 
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
 
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