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Discussion in 'Nintendo Gamecube' started by LilWiiWii, Aug 21, 2007.
Is this for real?
Omg that is so stupid looking.
Of-freakin'-course it's fake. Did you really need us to tell you that?
Well, obviously you did, otherwise, you wouldn't have asked...
And you know what that means, everybody!
It is for real.
It was only released in Japan.
It's called the Panasonic Q.
Oh please, don't just assume.
It's the panasonic q.
It was release because nintendo signed a contract that allowed panasonic to use their gamecube technology, as they made the discs for them.
Meh, if it is indeed the panasonic q, it still looks goofy.
LOL it does look goofy.
itrs real of course its the panasonic q
*palm on facer*
Lol @ people "That's so fake, stupid".
Panasonic Q. I believe it played DVDs or CDs or something.
Well d'oh, now I feel stupid. xD
It's kinda amazing that it's actually real. ;
i actually want it.....how much is it?
need it for my collection o_0
This pic is alot better.
Its estimated around $300 usd (currency exchange from japan)
edit; More pictures and info here http://gear.ign.com/articles/356/356908p1.html
wow from the first picture i would of thought it was fake(like everyone else) but in lilwiiwii's pic it looks kinda kool... it looks like a cross between a fancy alarm clock and a game cube lol
Lol yea it does look like an alarm clock. I like the way it glows around the controller input
Hmmmm that second pic looks pretty cool IMO. Though I don't think I'd buy it as I already have a GC and DVD player.
i hope they have it on ebay......:lol:
It was released in china too I thought. Guess not.
Read this: ign review
Wario: $400 LOL I was bored.
$250 w/Naruto 2 but prolly less equipment.
some gba to pQ attachment
GBA game player for pQ:
A side by side:
I remember this thing. I heard about it when it came out.
This thing...just kinda weird. Interesting, but weird.
I'd never get one though.
It is indeed as real as you or me. Its called Panasonic Q and it was only ever released in Japan. It is a Nintendo GameCube with the ability to play DVDs, audio CDs, MP3 and CDs as well as several other features.