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This week, Nintendo GameCube will be 20 years old. This eye-catching system may have suffered from the incredible power of the PlayStation 2, but few claim that Sony’s machines are more attractive on a purely physical level. The box-shaped GameCube with its unusual travel handle is a true design icon, and its fascinating aesthetic may be one of the main reasons it has been loved for 20 years.
But it’s easy to forget it More attractive There are variants of the GameCube, but with reported sales of only 100,000 units, it’s hard to blame for never seeing them. The Panasonic Q isn’t actually manufactured by Nintendo itself, but follows another licensed company, Sharp’s Twin Famicom, and is the pinnacle of Nintendo fandom for many collectors.
It’s easy to see why Panasonic Q exists. The GameCube was the only system of the three main consoles of the time (PS2 and Xbox, etc.) that didn’t have support for the new DVD movie format just hit the market. Therefore, we introduced a special model.As it did everything (including playing music CDs and MP3 CDs), Panasonic could open up a niche that would bring more benefits. Discerning Nintendo fan. In addition to additional media features, the Panasonic Q is covered with one of the most gorgeous shells ever seen. The mirrored front panel is decorated with buttons, and the metal casing positively gives the impression of premium AV equipment. Who doesn’t want one of these? By the way, at the retail price of 41,000 yen (about 375 dollars) compared to the 25,000 yen ($ 227) required for the standard GameCube at the time of launch, Panasonic Q was never a proposal for the mass market, so The disastrous sales mentioned above. The console was deprecated at the end of 2003.
Since Panasonic Q was not sold in the West, DVD playback was limited to Region 2, but many importers offered modified units that could run discs in other regions. Q supports a variety of GameCube accessories, with the most notable exception being the Gameboy player. Game Boy Players do not fit under the system due to their different footprints. However, the unique Game Boy player is manufactured exclusively for Panasonic Q, Extremely It’s expensive these days.
The same is true for the machine itself. The Panasonic Q is currently one of the most popular Nintendo-related hardware due to its gorgeous design, DVD capabilities, and low production volume. Reasons to invest in Panasonic Q in 2021 given the fact that you can get a second-hand GameCube at a very reasonable price (not to mention the fact that DVD players have been replaced by Blu-ray players). Is almost nonexistent. It looks – but if the console is so beautiful, it’s probably all the reason you need it.
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