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 Jan 07, 2005 - 11:00 AM - by Michael
* GamesRadar: Nintendo deny Cube is going away

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GamesRadar has the story on Nintendo denying rumors that the Gamecube is dying:

A statement from Nintendo continues, "Argos is currently running a number of promotions of which Nintendo Gamecube is one. Nintendo Gamecube is still the best value home console on the market and Nintendo Gamecube is currently available in over 4500 stockists across the UK including HMV, Toys R Us, GAME, GameStation, Virgin Megastore and Woolworths.

"We have a very strong software line-up for Nintendo Gamecube in 2005 including Resident Evil 4, Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat and The Legend of Zelda."
Given that I have barely turned my Cube on in six months, and then to play a single year-old game... Nintendo had better step up and do something special with Zelda.

And I'm still waiting for an apology for Celda, too.

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