Press Release: The GCHD Mk-II is EON’s second product designed in collaboration with Dan Kunz, a.k.a. Citrus3000psi. The GCHD Mk-II advances the GCHD formula by retaining the standard HDMI out, while also including a Wii Component/SCART port delivering YPbPr, RGB, RGBS, and RGsB signals. The GCHD Mk-II also includes a 3.5mm auxiliary port that doubles as a MiniTOSLINK port supporting digital optical audio.
Critical to delivering the best experience possible, the GCHD Mk-II comes packing with custom GCVideo firmware that allows for features such as, boosted HDMI audio, support for non-standard resolutions, several visual tweaks, as well as customization options such as scan lines.
Collecting guide to the rare and expensive Nintendo GameCube games! The Immortal John Hancock shows us his amazing collection!
Go! Go! Hypergrind
Skies of Arcadia Legends
Legend of Zelda Collector’s Edition Promotional Disc
Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time Two-Game Bonus Disc!
Legend of Zelda the Wind Waker (Sealed)
Star Wars Bounty Hunter (Cover variant
Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance
Phantasy Star Online Episode I & II Plus
Game Boy Player start-up disc
Metroid Prime / Zelda Wind Waker COMBO
NCAA College Basketball 2K3
Disney Sports Basketball
There is a way to get a better home-brew Game Boy Player software, but the solution is a bit involved. You either need to use the Action Replay w/ a SD card or burn a special bootable DVDr. Instructions are here: http://www.retrorgb.com/gameboyinterface.html
I have been happily using the GC HDMI Plug n Play 2.0 adapter from ZeldaXPRO on my Gamecube for weeks now… until it got bumped at a party. Now my Gamecube is DEAD! However, a new version is being worked on by the creator and all orders will be automatically upgraded. For more info, please go to : https://zzblogs.wixsite.com/home/purchase-a-plug-n-play-2-0
After years of searching, Hard4Games has found the rare NPDP Reader! Used for Gamecube development (Project Dolphin) as a way to test games on actual hardware via NPDP cartridges/hard drives.
The GameCube (Japanese: ゲームキューブ) is a home video game console released by Nintendo in Japan on September 14, 2001; in North America on November 18, 2001; in Europe on May 3, 2002; and in Australia on May 17, 2002. The sixth-generation console is the successor to the Nintendo 64 and competed with Sony Computer Entertainment’s PlayStation 2 and Microsoft’s Xbox.
The Nintendo GameCube may have struggled against the Playstation 2 and original Xbox for gamer’s hearts & wallets, but this little console eventually produced a bunch of classic titles, as well as some great Hidden Gems. Here is Part 2 for Gamecube collectors looking to find more Hidden Gems for their library!