Game title Rating Size
Super Smash Bros. Melee 4,5 1.0GB
Legend Of Zelda The The Wind Waker 4,6 1.1GB
Mario Kart Double Dash 4,4 1.2GB
Resident Evil 4 - Disc #1 4,1 873.5MB
Super Mario Sunshine 4,5 1.3GB
Pokemon XD Gale Of Darkness 4,4 1.1GB
Legend Of Zelda The Twilight Princess 4,6 1.1GB
Luigi's Mansion 4,6 1.3GB
Pokemon Colosseum 4,5 1.2GB
Beyblade VForce Super Tournament Battle 3,8 892.8MB
Mario Party 7 4,3 1.2GB
Super Mario Strikers 4,3 1.1GB
Metroid Prime 4,6 1.0GB
Paper Mario The Thousand Year Door 4,7 1.1GB
Legend Of Zelda The The Wind Waker 4,6 1.2GB
Animal Crossing 4,2 1.4GB
Fire Emblem Path Of Radiance 4,7 1.0GB
Mario Party 4 4,1 1.2GB
Resident Evil 4 3,6 1.3GB
Kirby Air Ride 4,6 1.3GB


What is a GameCube ROM? Also known as GCN Roms, the Nintendo GameCube Rom games are games that can be downloaded and played on PC. The roms of Nintendo's 1998 console would usually range from 128mbit to 512 mbit, with some reaching even 1 gb or 4 gb of space for installation and running.

All you need to play the Roms of your favorite console, such as the Wii U roms, PS1 Emulator games and many others, is an emulator (downloadable software that will let you run any program made for another system). These emulators will emulate (make it seem like) another machine such as a PlayStation, Nintendo 64 or Nintendo WiiU. Some of these emulators can be used to play GameCube games, others limit themselves only to the use of Roms for WiiU and not much more.

There are many different kinds of ROMs that you could find and download on the internet: Super Smash Bros, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and Legend Of Zelda: Wind Waker just to name a few. All you need is an emulator and a GameCube Rom file (ZIP file) in order to start playing it right away. The process isn't very complicated but it may take some time getting used to before actually starting your favorite games from the Nintendo console.


In our search for these Roms, we came across some really good choices that any gamer would enjoy playing from time to time: 

These are just some examples of what you can find while browsing through Our Nintendo GameCube roms site.

How to use GAMECUBE Roms

If you are planning to start using your Nintendo GameCube Roms, make sure you have downloaded the emulator for it. There are many different emulators available out there but their use is very similar even though they might look or operate differently from each other.

After you have installed the emulator on your PC, all that's left for you to do is go back to Our Nintendo GameCube roms site and search through our database in order to download the chosen game. Once downloaded, extract its contents (if necessary) and then double click on the main executable file (the .exe - this will launch your selected game). That really is all that needs doing; now enjoy playing!

Best GAMECUBE Emulators list

Among the hundreds of Nintendo GameCube ROMs, there are a few really good emulators out there that have gotten quite popular. If you're going to be playing Roms from your original console, we recommend using one of these:

These both do a great job in emulating most games and they are also both free. So just download one of them, try it out and have fun!


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