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The Gamecube Topic; "Gamecube" or is it really the "N128" ?
Topic Started: Sep 15 2007, 10:16 PM (3,581 Views)
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Oct 6 2017, 03:10 PM
I'd be up for a Gamecube mini. I wonder if it's "nostalgic" enough yet though. I mean, they'll sell 'em all. What am I even talking about?
Have you and Lady Kartmaster ever done Mario Kart: Double Dash!! hotlaps cooperatively? If you both time your turbo start correctly you'll do a super turbo start for even more speed off the line.
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I believe it’s called a “double dash” ;)
Edited by ItalianBaptist, Oct 7 2017, 06:04 AM.
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Oct 7 2017, 06:04 AM
I believe it’s called a “double dash” ;)
That makes sense.

Mario Kart: Double Dash!! while popular among the series' cognoscenti is often criminally overlooked by more casual Mario Kart enthusiasts. Perhaps its inclusion on a GameCube Classic Edition could remedy that.
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Another case for a GameCube Classic Edition would be including Mario Kart Arcade GP 2 as a bonus. Lots of people would probably enjoy playing it and I doubt it'll ever find its way to the Switch. :)
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Why Arcade GP 2? Does it have all the tracks from Arcade GP 1 also? (For some reason I thought I read that somewhere)
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Oct 11 2017, 07:58 AM
Why Arcade GP 2? Does it have all the tracks from Arcade GP 1 also? (For some reason I thought I read that somewhere)
I'm just a short way in and I can already tell that GP 2 renders GP 1 obsolete.
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I wonder if they'll actually go as far as making a GC Classic.
Of course it would fit perfectly in the line-up, but technically it's a lot more hi-end, much more complicated and expensive than the one-board systems they chunk out for the current minis.
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Oct 11 2017, 11:16 AM
I wonder if they'll actually go as far as making a GC Classic.
Of course it would fit perfectly in the line-up, but technically it's a lot more hi-end, much more complicated and expensive than the one-board systems they chunk out for the current minis.
The N64 Mini will probably give us some clues because I don't think the board that Nintendo used on the NES and SNES Classic Editions can handle N64 games.
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