Dedicated to those aspiring full-setters, the Collector's Special covers all 1272 versions of the GameCube releases (551 in the USA, 447 in Europe and 274 in Japan). Boxes to tick allow you to keep track of the games you own and those you're missing, making it the perfect tool for cataloging your collection. This book is also available as a Classic Edition for $89.99.
After the Nintendo 64 came the GameCube, which had the gaming community divided. The GameCube stood out with its unconventional shape, looking almost like a lunch-box with a handle on it - so that it could easily be carried to a friend's house. Only Nintendo would think of this!
Initially announced as 'Project Dolphin', the GameCube would represent Nintendo's transition to the world of digital media. Even though its purple box design looked like a children's toy, it was a powerhouse for its era and has earned itself a special place in the hearts of gamers thanks to an expansive and diverse library of exclusive hits; games with stunning graphics that were incredibly well made even by modern standards.
The GameCube Anthology is a unique and original book celebrating this much loved console.
This lovely tome covers the history of the development of the GameCube, exploring its hardware specifications, exploring rare and collectable GameCube memorabilia and unbelievably - it presents and rates all 647published games with detailed information about their release date, developer, publisher & genre.
- GameCube Anthology Collector's Edition with Exclusive Slip Case
- GameCube Box Art Edition
- Limited and Numbered Edition (1 of 1,000)
- Certificate of Authenticity
- Trim size: 8.50x10.5 inches (216 x 267mm)
- Inside: 360 pages, 4-colors printed on 135 gsm gloss coated paper
- Exclusive Slipcase: Full paper glued on 2mm board, printed with 4-colors on 135 gsm glossy coated paper, mat lamination, silver stamping, shrink wrapped
- Box Art Collector's Book (200+ pages)
- Cover: 4 pages, 4-color, Pantone, mat lamination, sport gloss UV varnish
- Weight: 3.14kg
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