Nintendo GameCube black Console Box

35.00£ (VAT and shipping included)

Faithful reproduction of the Nintendo GameCube black Console Box, made of sturdy 2.3 mm thick double wave cardboard. This box is shipped disassembled. Easy assembly: cut, fold and paste. VAT and shipping costs included.

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Faithful reproduction of the Nintendo GameCube black Console Box without inner cartons., made of sturdy 2.3 mm thick double wave cardboard. This box is shipped disassembled. Easy assembly: cut, fold and paste. VAT and shipping costs included.

This box is shipped disassembled to facilitate shipping and protect it from possible damage.

Nintendo GameCube black console packaging perfect for your console.

The assembly is simple and can be done by anyone:

- Cut the outline of the template

- Fold through the right areas

- Paste in the area indicated in the template.

When you finish you will get a box identical to the original but more resistant.

Nintendo GameCube black console box

Packaging of the Nintendo GameCube black console to store your retro console as if you had just bought it.

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Paperboard used cardboard type

The box is made of sturdy 2.3 mm cardboard with 1 wave cardboard core, like the original. Its surface allows high resolution printing and great definition in its colors.

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IMPORTANT:

If you reside in EEUU you must make your purchase at retroboxes.us

If you reside in Spain you must make your purchase at retroboxes.es

Since from this store we only deliver to the United Kingdom.

Do you remember?
Nintendo GameCube or Nintendō GēmuKyūbu is the fifth Nintendo console, the successor to the Nintendo 64 and the predecessor to the Wii. Its name comes from the fact that the system has the shape of a cube.

The console was introduced in 2001 in Japan and North America, and released in Europe in 2002 as well as Australia. Production was discontinued in 2008.

The first name the console used was Project Dolphin which was later changed to Star Cube and finally GameCube.

It was the first Nintendo console to disregard cartridge games believed to be causing the Nintendo 64’s poor sales performance in its war with the PlayStation.