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Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life
Released On: March 16, 2004

The latest in the Harvest Moon series, a Wonderful Life pits gamers in a real-life simulation that spans the equivalent of 30 years. As you blossom from a young man into a mature adult you will be able to date, get married, and have a child that will eventually become a huge part of your life. For instance, you might have a boy who will grow to work side-by-side with you helping to farm your crops. So, having a child will have a huge affect on your life. The third-person roleplaying simulation features more than 40 characters to interact with as well as Game Boy Advance link-up.

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The Nintendo GameCube is a video game console by Nintendo belonging to the 128-bit era; the same generation as Sega's Dreamcast, Sony's PlayStation 2, and Microsoft's Xbox.

The Nintendo GameCube (originally code-named "Dolphin" during development) was released on September 14, 2001 in Japan; November 18, 2001 in North America; and Spring 2002 across Europe. The Nintendo GameCube, or GCN, was widely anticipated by many who were shocked by Nintendo's decision to design the Nintendo 64 as a cartridge-based system. Physically shaped similar to a geometric cube, the Nintendo GameCube uses a unique storage medium, a proprietary format based on Matsushita's optical-disc technology; the discs are approximately three inches in diameter (considerably smaller than a standard CD or DVD), and the discs have a capacity of approximately 1.5 gigabytes. The outside casing of the Nintendo GameCube is most often Indigo, but the system is also available in other colors, such as Platinum (a silvery color) and Jet (a very dark gray color or black). In Japan, the system is also available in Spice (an orange color) or in limited edition colors like Crystal White (for Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles), Mint Green (for Tales of Symphonia), Copper (for Char Aznable from Gundam) and White with black pinstripes (for the Hanshin Tigers). The GameCube system used for testing software during development is a chocolate color.

The Nintendo GameCube software library contains such traditional Nintendo series as Super Mario, Star Fox, The Legend of Zelda, and Metroid, in addition to numerous third-party games. The Nintendo GameCube does not have any DVD-movie support, but a Nintendo GameCube hybrid product containing movie functionality has been released by Panasonic in Japan, named "DVD/GAME Player Q." Some popular titles for Nintendo GameCube include Super Smash Bros. Melee, Luigi's Mansion, Star Wars Rogue Squadron 2: Rogue Leader, Wave Race: Blue Storm, Star Fox Adventures, Pokémon Colosseum, Super Mario Sunshine, and Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker.
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