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 Buy.com - Video Games: Gamecube Games & Game Cube Accessories
The broadband adapter allows you to connect the nintendo gamecube to a broadband source, such as a cable modem or dsl adapter for playing on-line capable games.
Imagine an amazingly powerful product that can help you beat any gamecube game or breathe new life into the old games that are clogging up your entertainment...
GameCube : X-Men Legends II: Rise of the Apocalypse">
www.buy.com /cat/Gamecube_Game_Cube/15323.html

  
 more-nintendo.com
Nintendo is planning to release a 56K-Modem-Adapter and a Broadband-Adapter for the Nintendo GameCube.
Games are not on modules or cards like before but on a special GameCube CD.
Technically the GameCube coms with a CPU from IBM and a graphic-engine from ATI to display the most realistic worlds, ever!
www.more-nintendo.com /gamecube.html

  
 News - Warp Pipe making progress // Gamecube /// Eurogamer
A while ago you may remember we got excited about Warp Pipe, a clever little piece of software which aims to take Mario Kart: Double Dash and other Nintendo games online using the GameCube's broadband adapter and a bit of network tunnelling, and pointed you to an alpha release.
Obviously since then Mario Kart has hit the shelves, and unfortunately the alpha version of Warp Pipe was in no state to support multiplayer games using the retail release.
Their latest news update also reveals that a router is no longer required to use Warp Pipe, and that the following setups have been successfully tested: Hub/Switch direct to Internet, NAT (DSL/cable router), two PC network cards, NAT plus Hub/Switch, USB cable modem plus network card.
www.eurogamer.net /article.php?article_id=53832

  
 ViewProduct.aspx?cat=10110&mid=321437
And because the Game Boy Player plugs into the Hi-Speed Port on the bottom of the Nintendo GameCube, the Serial Ports are left free for your Nintendo GameCube Modem Adapter or Broadband Adapter.
The Game Boy Player is a small platform which allows you to connect your Game Boy games to a Nintendo GameCube and play your favourite games on a TV screen.
Connecting to the bottom of the Nintendo GameCube, the Game Boy Player allows you to use either your console controller or your Game Boy Advance to direct the action on screen.
shop.game.net /ViewProduct.aspx?cat=10110&mid=321437   (326 words)

  
 Nintendo Gamecube 56K Modem Adapter Review - Video Game Reviews - Gaming Articles
Another thing to keep in mind is that if you have a broadband connection (thus you get the Gamecube Broadband Adapter) then not only does the online game play with less lag, but broadband adapters are used for playing several Nintendo-made games with LAN.
The modem itself is about 2’ by 5’ inches (same size as broadband adapter) and extremely lightweight.
When I used my 56K modem to play Phantasy Star Online Episodes I and II, I was pleasantly surprised to find that the lagging wasn’t unbearable and, even though it wasn’t broadband, I had a steady connection most of the time and really enjoyed it.
www.gaming-nation.net /gaming-article-61.html   (326 words)

  
 Nintendo - Customer Service Nintendo GameCube Online Support Modem/Broadband Support
If you have questions about setting up a Local Area Network (LAN) using Nintendo GameCube Broadband Adapters, and specially-designed games, please click here.
Before you purchase an adapter, we'll tell you what is included with each one, and we'll make sure you have everything you need to start playing games online!
This area has the latest information available for setup, troubleshooting, repair, and frequently asked questions for playing games online.
www.nintendo.com /online/index.jsp   (326 words)

  
 Nintendo - Customer Service LAN - Index
With specially-designed Nintendo GameCube games, the Nintendo GameCube Broadband Adapter can be used to create a LAN (Local Area Network) connection.
Each game has its own steps for beginning a multiplayer LAN game.
You do not need an internet connection, as the games are not played online.
www.nintendo.com /consumer/systems/nintendogamecube/lan_index.jsp   (326 words)

  
 Nintendo GameCube Broadband Adapter and 56k Modem
Nintendo's initiative consists of a flexible development program, favorable publisher business model, and support for all consumers whether the player connects by modem (narrowband) or broadband.
Though the GameCube modems are not scheduled launch accessories, they should be available for the system before the end of the year.
www.gamecubicle.com /hardware-gamecube-modem.htm   (153 words)

  
 Gamecube Modchip Resources
First GameCube modchip released Posted Nov 29, 2004, 12:21 AM ET by Dan Wu Related entries: Gaming, Peripherals While there has been an exploit for some time using a broadband adapter...
Date: 11-24-2004 05:37 AM Source: xbox-scene Summary: Viper GC is the new homebrew modchip for the Nintendo Gamecube, and it's debut is...
to be the first gamecube modchip site.The site for the gamecube modchip is called http://gcc.modchip.sm/...
www.gamecube.consolesforsale.co.uk /Gamecube-Modchip.html   (342 words)

  
 Warp Pipe: Star Fox 2 Delayed, Keep The Letters Coming
As Warp Pipe Technologies moves in new directions in order to bring a new level of interactivity in the games you play, we are also continuing to bring gamers the opportunity to voice their concerns over lack of support for the Nintendo GameCube Broadband Adapter.
Star Fox 2 is a really exciting looking game that I have, and I mean have to put my fingers on it's book.
Star Fox 2 looks the part, but so does Metroid Prime 2, The Legend of Zelda, Mario Tennis and the ds and those games.
cubeonline.warppipe.com /archives/000044.html   (2905 words)

  
 Microsoft pushes Xbox online CNET News.com
While Sony introduced an Internet adapter for its PlayStation 2 console last month and Nintendo recently launched online capabilities for its GameCube, Microsoft is putting its faith in far more ambitious plans than either company's move.
Xbox Live faces several physical barriers in attracting that mass-market audience, however, including the low take-up of broadband access, such as DSL or cable, among U.S. households.
Estimates are that the company will be lucky to have a million Xbox Live subscribers by the end of next year, and Microsoft's most optimistic projections call for 10 million subscribers by the time a new version of the Xbox is introduced around 2005.
news.com.com /2100-1040-965830.html   (1527 words)

  
 Target : Mario Kart: Double Dash!! For GameCube
Link up to 8 players with a broadband adapter (sold separately).
• Mission: Race with a classic Nintendo character through competitive courses
The Bullseye Design and Bullseye Dog are trademarks of Target Brands, Inc.
www.target.com /gp/redirect.html?URL=/gp/detail.html?asin=B00009WAUD   (1527 words)

  
 News - Warp Pipe making progress // Gamecube /// Eurogamer
A while ago you may remember we got excited about Warp Pipe, a clever little piece of software which aims to take Mario Kart: Double Dash and other Nintendo games online using the GameCube's broadband adapter and a bit of network tunnelling, and pointed you to an alpha release.
Obviously since then Mario Kart has hit the shelves, and unfortunately the alpha version of Warp Pipe was in no state to support multiplayer games using the retail release.
Their latest news update also reveals that a router is no longer required to use Warp Pipe, and that the following setups have been successfully tested: Hub/Switch direct to Internet, NAT (DSL/cable router), two PC network cards, NAT plus Hub/Switch, USB cable modem plus network card.
www.eurogamer.net /article.php?article_id=53832   (238 words)

  
 SuperstationWGN.com TV Test drive: Game boxes
Particularly when Sony releases a hard drive and broadband adapter to slip into the PlayStation 2's expansion bay, the box will be poised to be the gateway into living rooms for all kinds of Sony content -- from games to movies to music.
Nintendo is betting big that splashy games such as "Rogue Leader" will lure players to Gamecube.
Buy Xbox as a steppingstone from the PC or to play fast-twitch games such as "Halo." This is not a kid's first video game console, but it might be the perfect system for a teenager who loves games.
wgnsuperstation.trb.com /entertainment/movies/sns-testdrive052701,0,1306453.story   (1883 words)

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