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  2. 2. The Nintendo GameCube officially abbreviated as GCN, is Nintendo's fourth home video game console and is part of the sixth generation console era. It is the successor to the Nintendo 64 and predecessor to the Wii. 21.74 million were sold worldwide.<br />The GameCube is the first Nintendo console to use optical discs as its primary storage medium. In contrast with the GameCube's contemporary competitors, the PlayStation 2 and Xbox, the GameCube uses miniDVD-based discs instead of full-size DVDs. Partially as a result of this, it does not have the DVD-Video playback functionality of these systems, nor the audio CD playback ability of other consoles that use full-size optical discs.<br />In addition, the GameCube also introduced a variety of connectivity options to Nintendo consoles, and was the third Nintendo console, after the Nintendo 64DD, to support online play officially, via the Nintendo GameCube Broadband Adapter and Modem Adapter. It also enabled connectivity to the Game Boy Advance to access exclusive features of certain games or to use the portable system as a controller for the Game Boy Player. <br />The console was released on September 14, 2001 in Japan, November 18, 2001 in North America, May 3, 2002 in Europe, and May 17, 2002 in Australia. The GameCube sold 21.74 million units worldwide<br />
  3. 3. Animal Crossing, known as Dōbutsu no Mori in Japan, is a life simulation video game developed by Nintendo EAD and published by Nintendo. <br />It was first released in Japan for the Nintendo 64 on April 14, 2001. Due to limited sales because of the decreasing N64 market, the game was not released for the N64 outside Japan.<br />It was ported to the Nintendo GameCube in Japan on December 14, 2001; North America on September 15, 2002; Australia on October 17, 2003; and Europe on September 24, 2004. <br />The Japanese GameCube version lacks e-Reader support, a feature found in the North American and Australian versions. A version of Animal Crossing was released in Japan with e-Reader support on June 27, 2003.<br />
  4. 4. Release date(s)Nintendo 64JPN April 14, 2001GameCubeJPN December 14, 2001 (+)NA September 15, 2002JPN June 27, 2003 (e+)AUS October 17, 2003EUR September 24, 2004iQue PlayerCH November 21, 2003 <br />Genre(s) Life simulation game/Role-playing game <br />Mode(s) Single-player <br />Rating(s) ESRB: E (Everyone)Media1 GameCube Optical Disc<br />
  5. 5. Dōbutsu no Mori(Gekijōban Dōbutsu no Mori, lit. "Animal Forest: The Movie") is an anime film based on the Animal Crossing series of video games. <br />The director is Jōjin Shimura, who has worked previously on Master Keaton and Shin Angyo Joshi. It retains the theme of the video game, in which a villager moves to a town and interacts with the animal villagers. <br />It opened in theatres in Japan on December 16, 2006. On October 17 2007, Nintendo stated that no plans have yet been made for foreign releases.<br />The film earned an estimated 1,800,000,000 yen (approximately $1.926.9000) at the box office. The film is mostly based on Animal Crossing: Wild World.<br />
  6. 6. The GameCube game Animal Crossing has two sequential games.<br />The second Animal Crossing game was made for Nintendo DS. Its title is Animal Crossing: Wild World. It was released in Australia on December 8, 2005<br />As of March 31, 2008, Animal Crossing: Wild World has sold 9.53 million copies worldwide.<br />The newest from the Animal Crossing series is Animal Crossing: City Folk. It was released in Australia on December 4, 2008. <br />Animal Crossing: City Folk has sold <br />As of January 2009, Animal Crossing: City Folk has sold 3.22 million copies worldwide. <br />
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