Accessories

Need a Memory Card or looking for assistance using the Nintendo GameCube Game Boy Player? To see the available information, use the list below to locate the accessory you have questions about.

If you are looking to buy an accessory, we have provided links to Nintendo's Online Store for parts that are available. If the product is not available in the Online Store, or you do not wish to order online, check out our Where to Buy page for tips on locating new and older products.

(* indicates the accessory is compatible with the Wii console)

Nintendo GameCube Memory Card 1019*

This Memory Card allows you to save up to 1019 blocks of game information. That's more than four times the memory of the GCN Memory Card 251. The number of blocks needed to save your game information will vary from game to game. You will only be able to save or load game information for games that are designed to use Memory Cards.

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Nintendo GameCube Memory Card 251*

The Memory Card 251 can store 251 "blocks" of information -- more than four times the capacity of the Memory Card 59. Memory Cards are REQUIRED for all Nintendo GameCube games that save game progress.

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Nintendo GameCube Wavebird Wireless Controller*

The Nintendo GameCube WaveBird Wireless Controller uses revolutionary RF technology that allows people to play Nintendo GameCube from anywhere in the room, without wires and without having to be directly in front of an infrared receiver.

The WaveBird Wireless Controller replaces standard controllers. Up to four controllers can be used at one time. With the WaveBird Wireless Controller, you can play up to 100 hours on just two AA batteries.

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Nintendo GameCube Game Boy Player

Play your original Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance games on your television!

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Nintendo GameCube Broadband Adapter

With specially-designed Nintendo GameCube games, the Nintendo GameCube Broadband Adapter can be used to create a LAN (Local Area Network) connection. By using a LAN to connect multiple Nintendo GameCubes together, you can enjoy multiplayer gaming without having to share a TV screen with your opponent.

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