From Bulbapedia, the community-driven Pokémon encyclopedia.
The Nintendo GameCube is Nintendo's sixth-generation console. It is a powerful system, with a compact design, 4 controller ports, a controller with an ergonomic design, small but large-capacity discs, a large game library, connectivity with the Game Boy Advance and a form of online play. In 2006, it was succeeded by Wii, which also features ports for most GameCube hardware as well as compatibility for its software.
- Custom 485 Mhz IBM CPU
- Custom 162 MHz ATI graphics chip
- 40MB total memory
- 2.6 GB per second memory bandwidth
- 12M polygons per second
- Texture read bandwidth 10.4 GB per second
- 64 audio channels
- 3-inch Optical Disc Technology (1.5 GB)
Games that currently are availible in normal gamestores. 4 Pokémon-games and 1 Super Smash Bros.-game is currently availible.
Games that has was mentioned or showed as games but never was released. 1 Pokémon-game has been cancelled.