The Nintendo GameCube is a console system developed by Nintendo, and released late in the year of 2001. The GameCube's preproduction codename name was "Project Dolphin" and was originally a console that used cartridges, as noted references appear in games such as Super Mario Sunshine. The GameCube has room for two memory cards and four controllers. It has three buttons on top: Open, Reset, and Power. It has two serial ports and one hi-speed port on the bottom; their respective functions are not known at all.
The Nintendo GameCube utilizes game discs that are the size of an MP3 disc. Also, when compared to the Nintendo 64 game cartridges, GameCube game discs can hold more memory; up to 1.35 GB (1,459,978,240 bytes).
There are four main colors to the Nintendo GameCube: Indigo, Black, Orange, and Silver. Indigo is the original color seen in advertisements, the trophy in Super Smash Bros. Melee, and other places. Silver was released after the first three colors. Orange was not available in the U.S., but controllers matching its color were.
Luigi's Mansion has been released to this console as a launch title.
An add-on accessory for the Nintendo GameCube known as the Game Boy Player, was released in 2003. The Game Boy Player allowed people to play Game Boy Advance titles on their television screen through their GameCube. The GameCube was discontinued in 2007. It sold 22 million units during its lifetime.
The Gamecube only have one game of the Luigi's Mansion series:
Games where some character or place of the Luigi's Mansion series appears.
- Super Smash Bros. Melee: The Poltergust 3000 and the Luigi's Mansion appears as a trophy.
- Super Mario Sunshine: There's a boss named King Boo, Professor E. Gadd inventions appears in this game and also, in the Sirena Beach, there's one Pianta who says: "I wish somebody appears and suck up those ghosts with a vaccum"
- Mario Kart: Double Dash!: Luigi's Mansion appears as a race course and the King Boo appears as a unlockable character. Also, the Rank A Luigi's NEW Mansion appears in the background of the "Luigi's Circuit".
- Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door: Luigi appears on the audience with the Poltergust 3000.
- Mario Power Tennis: Luigi's Mansion is one of the tennis court of the game, with some ghosts appearing from the graves. Also, the Poltergust 3000 appears as the Luigi's defense shot.
Not real games, maded by the fans. If you created a fanon game to the Nintendo Gamecube put above!