This is a list of all 640 games released for the Nintendo GameCube video game system. This list is organized alphabetically by the games' localized English titles, or, when Japan-exclusive, their rōmaji transliterations.
The Nintendo GameCube is Nintendo's fourth home video game console, released during the sixth generation of video games. It is the successor to the Nintendo 64, and was first launched in Japan on September 14, 2001, followed by a launch in North America on November 18, 2001, and a launch in Europe on May 3, 2002. A total of 12 games were available at launch from both first-party and third-party publishers. The successor to the Nintendo GameCube is the Wii, which was first released in North America on November 19, 2006, and is backward compatible with Nintendo GameCube games, memory cards, and controllers (excluding the late-2011 redesigned "Wii Family Edition" model, which removed backward compatibility for Nintendo GameCube games, memory cards, and controllers).
The last official game to be released for the Nintendo GameCube was Madden NFL 08, which was released in the United States in August 2007.
|Region(s) released||Region description|
|JP (Japan)||Japanese (NTSC-J) formatted release.|
|NA (North America)||North America and other NTSC territories, besides Japan.|
|PAL||PAL/SECAM territories, most of Europe, Australia, and parts of Asia.|
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