Take a Glimpse at Every Cancelled GameCube Game in New Video from Did You Know Gaming?
Did You Know Gaming? went into excruciating details and compiled a long video of all of the canceled games that never came to the GameCube.
I have always been a big fan of Did You Know Gaming?. They tend to go into excruciating details on every topic surrounding a game or console. This time around they took a look at one of my favorite consoles ever, the GameCube, and all of the canceled games that never made its way to the system.
The video starts with a look at Kirby Tilt and Tumble 2, a game that tasks the player with using the tilt controls on a Gameboy Advanced with a motion detected cartridge to navigate Kirby through obstacles and areas. It looked a little similar to Super Monkey Ball. The game was then rebranded to Rollerrama in 2002 but was never released.
There is a ton of other fascinating games that Did You Know Gaming? shed some light on that never saw the light of day.
The GameCube is in my opinion, one of the most underappreciated and underrated consoles of all time. If you just look from a sales point, the console wasn’t anything special. The console only sold about 22 million units and was blasted out of the water by the PS2 which sold 158 million copies, the most ever by a console.
However, I think the GameCube has one of the best catalogs of games out there. The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker, Super Mario Sunshine, Metroid Prime, Resident Evil Remake, Resident Evil 4. The list can go on and on. These games are not just the best for the console, but some of the best of the decade and best ever. Well, maybe not Sunshine.
On top of that, I still have never held a controller more comfortable than a GameCube controller. From a practical point of view, yeah, it might not work with today’s games. But looking at it from just a comfortability standpoint, it reigns supreme.
I highly recommend checking out Did You Know Gaming? and their back catalog of videos. I can guarantee you will learn a lot of interesting factoids about your favorite game or console.