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Gamecube Japan: Not released in the West This list is dedicated to anything released in Japan that never found it's way to North American shores during the gamecube's lifespan. Retail Releases: Baseball 2003: Battle Ballpark Sengen Perfect Play Pro Yakyuu, The (J-PS2) Battle Stadium D.O.N. (J-PS2) Bleach GC: Tasogare ni Mamieru Shinigami Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo Dassutsu! Hajike Royale Bokujō Monogatari: Shiawase no Uta Bomberman Land 2 (J-PS2) Captain Tsubasa: Ōgon Sedai no Chōsen Castle Shikigami 2 (J-DC, NA-PS2, J-XBX, PS3 download) Charinko Hero Derby Tsuku 3 - Derby Uma o Tsukurou! (J-PS2) Dōbutsu no Mori+ (*) Dokapon DX: Wataru Sekai wa Oni Darake (J-PS2) Donkey Konga (*) Donkey Konga 2 (*) Donkey Konga 3 Doraemon: Minna de Asobō! Minidorando Doshin the Giant (EUR) Dragon Drive: D-Masters Shot DreamMix TV World Fighters (J-PS2) Duel Masters Nettou! Battle Arena (NA-PS2) Eisei Meijin VI(J-PS2) Family Stadium 2003 Gakuen Toshi Vara Noir Roses(J-PS2) Gekitō Pro Yakyū(J-PS2) Generation of Chaos EXCEED: Yami no Seijou Rose GiFTPiA GT Cube (GT Pro Series NA-Wii) Hikaru no Go 3 Homeland Hudson Selection Vol. 1: Cubic Lode Runner (J-PS2, etc) Hudson Selection Vol. 2: Star Solider (J-PS2, etc) Hudson Selection Vol. 3: PC Genjin (Bonk) (J-PS2, etc) Hudson Selection Vol. 4: Takahishi Meijin no Adventure (J-PS2, etc) Jikkyou Powerful Pro Baseball 9 (J-PS2) Jikkyou Powerful Pro Baseball 9 Ketteiban(J-PS2) Jikkyou Powerful Pro Baseball 10 (J-PS2) Jikkyou Powerful Pro Baseball 10 Ultra Ketteiban: 2003 Memorial (J-PS2) Jikkyou Powerful Pro Baseball 11 (J-PS2) Jikkyou Powerful Pro Baseball 11 Ultra Ketteiban(J-PS2) Jikkyou Powerful Pro Baseball 12 (J-PS2) Jikkyou Powerful Pro Baseball 12 Ketteiban (J-PS2) Jikkyou Powerful Pro Major League (J-PS2) Jikkyō World Soccer 2002 (J,EUR-PS2, J-XBX) Kidō Senshi Gundam: Gundam vs. Z Gundam (NA-PS2) Kidō Senshi Gundam: Senshitachi no Kiseki Kiwame Mahjong DX II Konjiki no Gash Bell!! Go! Go! Mamono Fight!! (J-PS2) Konjiki no Gash Bell!! Yūjō Tag Battle Full Power Korokke! Ban-Ō no Kiki o Sukue (J-PS2) Kururin Squash! Legend of the Golfer Legend of The Quiz: Tournament of Champions, The Lupin III: Umi ni Kieta Hihou Mr. Driller Drill Land Momotarō Dentetsu 11: Black Bombee Shutsugen! No Maki (J-PS2) Momotarō Dentetsu 12: Nishinihon Hen mo ari Masse!(J-PS2) Monopoly: Mezase!! Daifugou Jinsei!! (J-PS2) Muscle Champion: Kinnikutō Kessen Mutsu Tonohohon Naruto: Gekitō Ninja Taisen! 3 Naruto: Gekitō Ninja Taisen! 4 Nintendo Puzzle Collection One Piece: Grand Battle! 3 (J-PS2) One Piece: Treasure Battle, From TV Animation Ohenro-San: Hosshin no Dojo Pool Edge Radirgy GeneriC(J-DC,J-PS2, Ultimate Shooting Collection NA-Wii) Rei Fighter Gekitsui Senki RoboCop: Aratanaru Kiki (NA,EUR-XBX, J,EUR-PS2) SD Gundam: Gashapon Wars (J-Wii) Shaman King: Soul Fight Shinseiki GPX Cyber Formula: Road to the Evolution (J-PS2) Special Jinsei Game (Life) Super Robot Wars GC (J-X360) Tengai Makyō II: Manji Maru (J-PCE,PS2,PSP,PS3,DS) Tensai Bit-Kun: Gramon Battle (J-PS2) Viewtiful Joe Revival (*) Winning Eleven 6: Final Evolution (J,EUR,NA-PS2 J,EUR-PS Zoids Full Metal Crash Zoids Vs. Zoids Vs. III Pre-order bonus, demo, promo, test, club nintendo, or any other non retail release disc: Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean: Special Experience Disc (Demo) Biohazard: Special Edition Demo Biohazard 4 Trial Edition (Famitsu Magazine/Biohazard double feature) (*) Biohazard Zero Trial Edition Dairantou Smash Brothers DX Event-you Demo (indigo art) Dairantou Smash Brothers DX Kiosk Demo (retail art, green luigi sticker) E-Catalog Spring 2003 115 interactive disc catalog (Pack in with Pokémon box / Rune II, Family Stadium 2003, pink) E-Catalog Summer 2003 116 interactive disc catalog (Enjoy Plus: came with console and GB Player,blue) E-Catalog 2004 (Club Nintendo, gold) Gekkan Nintendo Tentou Demo Discs (Interactive Multi-Game, Store kiosk) -2002.10.1 (this list was originally posted by drxandy at videogamesage.com) -2002.11.1 (Disc A and B) -2002.5.1 -2002.6.1 -2002.7.1 -2002.7.10 -2003.1.1 (Disc A and B) -2003.12.1 (Disc A and B) -2003.7.1 -2003.8.1 (Disc B) -2004.1.1 -2004.5.1 -2004.7.1 -2005.10.1 -2006.4.1 -2006.9.1 Game Taikai Yuushou Kinen: Tokusei Smash Bros DX Movie Disc (Japan Smash Bros tournament winners, gold art) Homeland Trial Version (Pre-release lottery, winners were able to preorder homeland w/broadband adapter and this disc) Kidō Senshi Gundam: Senshitachi no Kiseki Special Disc Luigi's Mansion Kiosk Demo Mario Party 4 Event Disc (Mini-game mode only, Pink art) Mario Special Disc July 2002 (E3 Mario Sunshine demo) Metal Gear Special Disc (bonus disc from premium edition of Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes) Naruto collection Tomy special disk Pacman Vs. Club Nintendo (*) Phantasy Star Online Episode I & II Trial Edition Pikmin Kiosk Demo Pokémon Colosseum Tokusei Bonus Disc (Celebi, Video Previews) Pokémon Colosseum Kakuchou Bonus Disc (Celebi, Pokemon Channel demo) Pokémon Channel: Bangumi Kakuchou Pack bonus disc Rune II Demo Disc (Nintendo Dream Magazine) SD Gundam Gashapon Wars Trial version Star Wars: Rogue Squadron II Kiosk Demo(*) Tower of Druga, The (pre-order bonus for Baten Kaitos) KEY: (Region-Console) indicates game may not be an exclusive, but not released for GCN in North America. * = Released in the US either in a different form or with differences worth noting. Compiled November 2019, a labor of by drxandy for videogamesage.com Thanks: craigly1234, Galdius, MegaMan52
Since Nintendoage has self-destructed, I'm moving my Gamecube Player's Choice master list from 2012 over here. It's possible that I'm missing titles, so if anyone see anything they'd like to add just let me know. Gamecube Player Choice Master List Player's Choice Animal Crossing Burnout Cars Chicken Little, Disney's Chronicles of Narnia: Lion, Witch, Wardrobe Crash Bandicoot Wrath Cortex Crazy Taxi Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2 Def Jam Vendetta Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Enter the Matrix Finding Nemo F-Zero GX Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Melee Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Harry Potter Quidditch World Cup Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life Harvest Moon: Magical Melody Incredibles James Bond 007 Agent Under Fire James Bond 007 Everything or Nothing James Bond 007 Nightfire James Bond 007 Rouge Agent Kirby Air Ride Lego Star Wars Lego Star Wars II Lord of the Rings Return of the King Lord of the Rings Two Towers Luigi's Mansion Madagascar Mario Golf Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects Medal of Honor: Frontline Medal of Honor: Rising Sun Mega Man Anniversary Collection Metal Gear Solid: Twin Snakes Metroid Prime Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance MVP Baseball 2005 Namco Museum Naruto: Clash of Ninja Naruto: Clash of Ninja 2 NBA Street Vol. 2 Need for Speed Hot Pursuit 2 Need for Speed Most Wanted Need for Speed Underground Need for Speed Underground 2 Over the Hedge Pac-man Fever Pac-man Vs. Pac-man World 2 Paper Mario 1000-Year Door Pikmin Pikmin 2 Pokemon Colosseum Rampage Total Destruction Resident Evil 0 Resident Evil 1 Resident Evil 4 Shadow the Hedgehog Shark Tale Shrek 2 Simpsons, The: Hit and Run Sim's Bustin' Out Sims, The Sonic Adventure 2 Battle Sonic Adventure DX Directors Cut Sonic Gems Collection Sonic Heroes Sonic Mega Collection Sonic Riders Soul Caliber II Spider-man 2 Spider-Man, The Spongebob Square Pants: Battle Bikini Bottom Spongebob Square Pants: Lights Camera, Pants Spongebob Square Pants Movie, The Spryo Hero's Tale Spyro Enter the Dragonfly Star Fox Adventure Star Fox Assault Star Wars Rougue Leader: Rogue Squadron II Star Wars Clone Wars Super Mario Sunshine Super Monkey Ball Super Monkey Ball 2 Super Smash Bros: Melee Tak and the Power of Juju Tales of Symphona Timesplitters 2 Tony Hawk's American Wasteland Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4 Tony Hawk's Underground Tony Hawk's Underground 2 True Crime: Street of LA Ultimate Spider-Man Viewtiful Joe Wario World Wrestlemania X8 WWE Day of Reckoning WWE Day of Reckoning 2 X-Men Legends Yu-Gi-Oh! Falsebound Kingdom Zelda Wind Waker Zelda: Four Swords Adventure Gamecube Player Choice Multi-Packs Player's Choice Resident Evil 10th Anniversary (Triple Pack) Super Monkey Ball 2-Pack Sonic Adventure 2-Pack Sonic Heroes / Super Monkey Ball Duo Pack
Welcome to the Nintendo Wii Master List I’ve completed a Wii set and I wanted to share my master list. The Wii has a ton of games and my hope is this will be guidance to future Wii collectors. First, how many Wii games are in a North American Set? 1268 unique games. A list of those game is linked here: Wii Master List Some Notes: What does or doesn’t that count? My list counts all unique games for the system. Includes the three Spanish “Slang” NTSC released games. It does not count: - Variants (cover art, special editions, Nintendo selects) - Demos (NFR or other demos) - 2-Packs. By this I mean games that were packed together and have an outer-sleeve that holds the two Wii games together. An example of this is Wheel of Fortune/Jeopardy Bundle. Same may count them for a set, but I don’t as they aren’t unique games, they are just standard releases with an outer cardboard sleeve. - Netflix disc. This is a fun Wii item to have. But it’s not a game. So it’s not counted towards a set. My complete Wii list comes from a few sources. I’ve cross checked with a few other Wii collectors. Kacydegamenerd from youtube, thevgdb from Instagram, xyz from that place formally known as Nintendoage and with my own collection. I’ve looked out what each person was missing and came up with a master. Also thanks to Johnny for helping me proof read it all. Anyways, I feel like this list is the most accurate on the internet for what is a complete set. Is the Wii officially dead, with no more games coming out for it? The Wii will never die as long as Ubisoft is around and they feel like Dancing. The latest game to come out for Wii Was Just Dance 2020 (released in 2019). Is it a good time to collect for the Wii? Heck yeah! Any long time collector will tell you that the cheapest time to collect for a system is when its at it’s low point. If I made up a graph it would show the Wii in a valley in terms of prices. When games are new they are expensive. After five or 10 years, the general public looks at those used games as old hat, no longer the new hot thing. They are collecting dust in closets and ready to be traded into gamestop, thrift stores, pawn shops or sold at garage sales. After a period of time, the kids that grew up with those systems start wanting to buy back their childhood, nostalgia kicks in high gear. Suddenly there is a spike in prices. Think N64. When I completed my N64 set in 2012, games were cheap. I average out at under $4.00 per game for a set. Heck I didn’t pay over $45 for a single game. That included Bomberman Second Attack, Sculptors Cut, ect. Sure I had some good pick-ups here and there, but still, that was during the systems valley. My point is, that’s Wii right now. Gamestop has a shelves cheap Wii games right now. Many under $5. Wait until they do a buy 2 get 1 free on used games. Over the next two or three years I’m sure gamestop will start to phase out the Wii selection. Simple reason is shelf space. Why keep Wii on the shelf if you can have new games in the same spot. So general public doesn’t care about the Wii and the collecting community largely doesn’t care about the Wii. That’s the time to pick up games. Why the Wii though? Not just for the reason mentioned above. The Wii is a fascinating system. It sold over 100 million units. It was an insane success for Nintendo. No other Nintendo home system including the original Nintendo could touch it in sales. Think about that. Everyone had one (including your grandma). For me, I felt it would be an interesting challenge. The Wii was unexplored territory. Not many people have gone for a complete set. Yes, I can hear it now… so much shovel ware. To that I say sure, there’s a ton of great games and a ton of shovelware, but that’s cool. The crappy games tell an interesting story as well. I don’t know how many times I came across a random Wii game and said to myself… "What the hell, they made this for the system?!" That was part of the fun. It's always possible that there are Wii games not on this list that need be discovered. Thanks for taking a look everyone!