Nintendo GameCube

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Nintendo GameCube
Creator(s) Nintendo
Release Date(s) North America November 18, 2001
Japan September 14, 2001
Europe May 3, 2002
Australia May 17, 2002
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The Nintendo GameCube is a home game console created by Nintendo, preceded by the Nintendo 64 and succeeded by the Wii. Only one Kirby game was made for it — Kirby Air Ride — but it also plays Super Smash Bros. Melee, a game that features Kirby.

There were two additional Kirby games in the works for the Gamecube which were never released. The first was a sequel to Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble which was controlled via the Game Boy Advance adapter. An untitled main series Kirby game was also in the works for this system, featuring four-player co-op and HR-D3, and also at one point having fully 3-D environments. The project would later be reworked and released much later on the Wii as Kirby's Return to Dream Land.