The Sims 2 on console was vastly different from the PC version it was derived from. The Sims 2 console allowed direct control over Sims, as well as a story mode...
An action title based on the Croket! anime
An arcade sim baseball game, featuring the teams and players of the NPB and an all-star of cel-shaded manga characters from the many works of the legendary base...
A multi-platform puzzle game on contemporary and legacy platforms.
The final game released under the ISS branding.
An arcade-style racing game released only in France as a tie-in to the 2003 French film.
Duel Masters' sole GameCube entry.
Mahjong game for Gamecube and PlayStation 2.
Tensai Bit-Kun: Gramon Battle is a tactical role-playing video game released in 2003 only in Japan.
A game from Konami with licensing from the Women's Tennis Association.
Racing Simulator part of the Ridge Racer series.
A Dora the Explorer game aimed at pre-school aged children.
A Nintendo published arcade golf game released only in Japan for the Nintendo GameCube
A vehicle rescue game for the GameCube.
Generation of Chaos pays a visit to the Gamecube.
Konami-published 2003 baseball game with the Nippon Professional Baseball license.
A four-player fighting game developed by Saffire for the Xbox, PS2, and GameCube. Its gameplay drew comparisons to Power Stone, though not many favorable ones.
A GameCube game based on the Hikaru no Go series of anime and manga. It simulates games of Go, the Asian board game, between characters from the series.
Hudson Selection Vol. 3: PC Genjin is a cel-shaded remake of PC Genjin ("Bonk's Adventure")
Jikkyou World Soccer 2002 is a Soccer Sim game, developed by Konami and published by net mobile AG, which was released in Japan.
Gamecube baseball hijinks
This was the first and only Bo-bobo game was that released for the Gamecube.
Twelve! Twelve games! Ah ah ah.
Eleventh entry in Momotaro Dentetsu series.
Bomberman Land 2 is a party game released for the Playstation 2 and Gamecube only in Japan. It features various minigames.
The only Captain Tsubasa game released on the GameCube.
A 4-player fighting game for the Nintendo Gamecube. Players fight 2-on-2 battles to carry treasures to their goal.
A 3D fighting game based on the popular anime series. Developed by Polygon Magic and published by Sega.
Hudson Selection Vol. 4: Takahashi Meijin no Bouken Jima is an enhanced remake of the original Takahashi Meijin no Bouken Jima ("Adventure Island") game.
BeyBlade VForce: Super Tournament Battle is a Gamecube entry in the Beyblade franchise.
Dragon Drive: D-Shot Masters is a game by Treasure released only in Japan.
This is the third game in the Grand Battle series released for the Gamecube and PlayStation 2 in Japan. This game was never translated into English.
The 2002 version published and developed by Atari.
Isometric puzzle/action game. Released exclusively in Japan for the Nintendo Gamecube and the Playstation 2.
A platform game based on the first installment of the Shrek movie franchise with a completely different plot.
A Soccer game for the GameCube. The game actually received fair reviews.
Characters from Disney properties face off on the gridiron.
A racing game for the GameCube. All of the racing tracks are in suburbs and cities.
A racing game released in 2003 featuring Mercedes-Benz automobiles.
A Doraemon action game for GameCube.
An adventure game set in the Lupin III universe, released for GameCube.
A soccer game from Konami first released in 2001 on the Playstation 2. It was later ported to the GameCube and Xbox in 2002.
Jeremy McGrath is the mascot of this motorcross game where the player finds his/herself in a match pitting man and machine against sweet air. This game is a seq...
A bizarre, forgettable series of plot devices conspire to bring together the main characters of the most popular animated programs made by Nicktoons circa 2006.
A whimsical, Gundam-based strategy game with real-time combat. It features characters and Mobile Suits from the original, Zeta, SEED and SEED Destiny series.
Originally released in PAL regions as Urban Freestyle Soccer, it was released in the US exclusively through Blockbuster as Freestyle Street Soccer.
A cancelled GameCube exclusive, intended to be released as one of the Capcom Five.
Dokapon DX is a Japan-only RPG/Board game hybrid, the first of these in the Dokapon series and appeared on the Nintendo Gamecube and Sony Playstation 2.
Disney's Hide and Sneak
A Monsters, Inc. themed dodgeball game for GameCube.
After several years away from the Ken Griffey franchise, Nintendo planned to return to the world of MLB, but the game was canceled before release.
A Kirby platformer announced for the Gamecube in 2005, later moved to the Wii and presumably canceled or rebooted as Kirby's Return to Dreamland.
Arcade style fishing comes to the PS2.
A remake of the first game in the pre-eminent video game horror series, featuring a graphics overhaul, as well as several new gameplay features, environments, a...
This survival horror title was cancelled two months after it was unveiled at E3 2004.
The title was planned as a stand-alone release. A modified version of the game, called Navi's Trackers, was included in Four Swords Adventures.
This Dead to Rights spin-off was canceled before release. It followed an honest cop named Santini in the middle of an undercover investigation.
A GameCube game from Retro Studios that was to combine real-time combat with RPG elements in a fantasy setting. It was canceled so that Retro could focus on Met...
Konami's second attempt at a skateboarding game.
A party game featuring Nicktoons characters.
Timber is an arcade game manufactured by Midway in 1984.
A fighting and strategy game based on the anime and manga Shaman King. Play as your favorite characters in various modes.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is a Beat'em Up from Konami, based on the 2003 animated series.
One of two versions of Splinter Cell: Double Agent. While both generally follow the same story, the two have vital differences in gameplay and overall structur...
Transworld Surf: Next Wave transports you into the world of surfing. The game features real-world professional surfers and world-renowned surf spots.
GT Cube is a racing video game release in 2003 for GameCube. This game was re-released as GT Pro Series for Wii in 2006.
A game featuring Bratz and diamondz.
The Forth installment of the Naruto Gekitou ninja taisen Fighting games.
This is the first game in an western offshoot from the main Power Pro series, featuring Major League Baseball (American) players.
The twelfth iteration in the main Power Pro series.
The eleventh iteration in the main Power Pro series.
The tenth iteration in the main Power Pro series.
The ninth iteration in the main Power Pro series.
The eighth iteration in the main Power Pro series.
A game based on the monkey that is a wee bit curious.
A Cabela's game that incorporates hunting AND fishing. Wow!
A hunting game and sequel to the original Cabela's Dangerous Hunts.
A racing game which follows the 2003 film.
The official game of the 2005 World Series of Poker.
Defender is a reboot of the classic arcade game.
The 2003 iteration of Konami's popular soccer franchise.
Based around the lovable Shamu from SeaWorld.
Rave Master is a 3D fighting game based on the Rave Master manga and anime.
Zatch Bell!: Mamodo fury is a fighting game based off the popular anime Zatch Bell!
Home Run King is a baseball game exclusively for the GameCube
Homeland is a Japanese-exclusive game for the Nintendo GameCube. Its main claim to fame is that it is the only non-Phantasy Star Online title in the system's li...
The Super Robot Wars series makes its way to the Nintendo GameCube. This time, you can target certain body parts on the enemy, opening up even more strategic op...
Backyard Baseball is a 3D cartoon baseball sim.
A game based off the popular manga and anime series.
Cocoto stars in a wacky shooting gallery game.
An enhanced version of AEUG vs. Titans DX, Gundam vs. Zeta Gundam is the second and last "Gundam vs" game to see a Western release.
2K Sports 2006 edition of the MLB 2K series. It is also the first baseball game of the "next gen" era.
An arcade semi-truck racing game, 18 Wheeler's success brought console ports and an eventual spiritual successor.
One Piece: Grand Adventure is a video game for the PlayStation 2 and the GameCube, based on the popular manga and anime series One Piece. Unlike other games in ...
Battle Stadium D.O.N. is a fighting game featuring characters from Dragon Ball Z, One Piece, and Naruto.
Movie tie-in game released for numerous platforms in 2007. Basic 3-D adventure game.
In this game Konami brings the classic Disney characters into the world of Basketball.
The EA Sports-published follow up to F1 Racing 2002. It was the last F1 game released by EA Sports.
Power Rangers game set in the Dino Thunder time period.