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    The Song remains The Same Zerozep480's Avatar
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    should i sell all of my gamecube games and gamecube?

    I have a few games laying around and my old gamecube and I never play them, should I just sell them for some cash, or keep them?

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    Sell them, if you have a Wii...whats the use for a Gamecube? Keep the games you know you will play and just sell the rest.

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    The Song remains The Same Zerozep480's Avatar
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    that works

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    go ahead and sell the cube, but i suggest keeping a couple of gamecube games, youll regret selling the good ones in the future

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    Agreed with Santi. Sell the console keep the good games.
    Come Together.

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    though there is a good side to keeping the cube, i got grounded from my wii, and i was a little smart ass and plugged in the purple lunch box

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    Quote Originally Posted by zapasant93
    go ahead and sell the cube, but i suggest keeping a couple of gamecube games, youll regret selling the good ones in the future
    Oh yeh, selling the good ones will be a big regret. I decided I wanted to buy back Animal Crossing, and not one store has any in stock.

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    i only kept MKDD and Super Monkeyball 2... and kept 3/4 controllers...

    sold SSBM, though...

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    if u have SSBM I'll buy it of u.

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    If you have a wii, just sell all of your games and the gamecube, what's the point in keeping them if you have a wii.?

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