Enter the Gamecube. The thing looks HUGE, but it's actually about the size of a clock radio. To prove it, we decided to build one at actual size. You can too -- not only is it a fun project, you end up with your very own Gamecube more than a year before the system comes out. Sure, you can't really play games on it, but that's no problem -- just pretend you already beat MarioCubed and MetroidCubed and are waiting for ZeldaCubed.
Ben je dan gek in de kop, of niet?
Ook over de miniDVD wordt het een en ander gezegt: During Nintendo's presentation of the Gamecube, it briefly touched on the new media that will drive the system -- mini-DVDs. The small discs are 8cm in diameter, and will store about 1.5 gigabytes of information. While some may think that's about one-quarter of the size used by the PlayStation 2's full-sized DVD games, others will realize that 1.5GB is approximately 190 times the size of Super Mario 64.Do I need to say more? read it!