Nintendo GameCube

The Nintendo GameCube is that it was the first Nintendo console to use optical discs instead of cartridges for games. Released in 2001, the GameCube marked a departure from the cartridge-based format of its predecessor, the Nintendo 64. By adopting mini-DVD discs as its game storage medium, Nintendo was able to reduce manufacturing costs and increase storage capacity, allowing for larger and more immersive game experiences. Despite being smaller than traditional DVDs, these mini-DVDs were still capable of holding enough data to deliver high-quality graphics and sound. The transition to optical discs with the GameCube was a significant step for Nintendo, setting the stage for its future consoles and reflecting the industry’s shift towards optical media as the standard for game distribution.

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