I Game Boy Player !
I love this so much ;u;
favorite for the game boy player!
Could you do the top of the gamecube too?
9 years later and mine still functions. Had a lot of great memories with it, but I primarily bought it for the Game Boy Player, that was awesome playing all my nostalgic GB, GBC and GBA games on a TV. And then there was Wind Waker, Metroid Prime 1 & 2, Resident Evil 4 and Mario Kart Double Dash, too many great memories.
Do you think you could maybe do the Gamecube controller, someday?
I have a GameCube but its Silver
Nice touch putting the Gameboy Player on the bottom of the picture.
I bought a gamecube for $25 and the gameboy player for $20. That may or may not be a good price, but I don't care. I got a gamecube and I can live out the childhood I never had! By the way that picture is pretty kick ass.
Those are decent prices if they came with the required cords and startup disc.
Came with everything needed. The controller was not in best of shape though. The left analog stick doesn't have the rubber on it, but I found a used controller at a gamestop that is looks and feels new. The previous owner either never used it or took insanely good care of it.
The gamecube was one of my most favorite game systems ever, even today I love it, that and my gameboy
The Gamebube was and is an underrated masterpiece!
YESYESYES, I love the Gamecube. So much. :'D
So do I. I'm going to collect every color since they're fairly cheap these days. Well, all but the limited releases.
Heh. I still have my first ever blue gamecube...Even though I can play those games on the Wii, I like taking the Gamecube out to use it. So much nostalgia!
Indeed. Plus, I like the center eject button on the Gamecube's disk spindle. I really loathed slot loading disc drives. D8
Oh god me too. Or the trays - Worst fear with those things is that when it's ejecting, you'll accidentally break it off, which has happened with my uncle once. D:
This + Wind Waker = Heaven
I still have mine!
I still own mine. I have recently found out I've had it for about 8 years at least(according to an old notebook of mine I found from 2002).