List of best-selling Nintendo GameCube video games

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The following best-selling GameCube video games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies.

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GameCube video games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies
Title Release year Copies sold
Super Smash Bros. Melee 2001 7.09 million[1]
Mario Kart: Double Dash‼ 2003 7 million approximately[2]
Super Mario Sunshine 2002 6.31 million[2]
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker 2002 3.07 million[3]
Metroid Prime 2002 2.82 million[4]
Luigi's Mansion 2001 2.64 million approximately: 2.19 million in US,[5] 348,918 in Japan,[6] 100,000 in UK[7]
Animal Crossing 2001 2.32 million approximately: 1.68 million in US,[5] 641,300 in Japan[6]
Mario Party 4 2002 2 million approximately: 1.1 million in US,[5] 902,827 in Japan[6]
Mario Party 7 2005 1.86 million approximately,[8]
Pokémon Colosseum 2003 1.81 million approximately: 1.15 million in US,[5] 656,270 in Japan[6]
Sonic Adventure 2 Battle 2001 1.73 million approximately: 1.44 million in US,[5] 192,186 in Japan,[6] 100,000 in UK[7]
Resident Evil 4 2005 1.69 million[9]
Mario Party 6 2004 1.65 million[10][11]
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door 2004 1.64 million approximately: 1.23 million in US,[5] 409,600 in Japan[6]
Super Mario Strikers 2005 1.61 million[8]
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess 2006 1.59 million[12]
Mario Party 5 2003 1.5 million approximately: 807,331 in US,[13] 697,462 in Japan[6]
Sonic Mega Collection 2002 1.45 million approximately: 1.38 million in US,[5] 72,967 in Japan[6]
Resident Evil 2002 1.42 million[9]
Resident Evil Zero 2002 1.29 million[9]
Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness 2005 1.25 million[8]
Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour 2003 1.22 million approximately: 1.03 million in US,[5] 192,802 in Japan[6]
Pikmin 2001 1.19 million approximately: 680,000 in US,[14] 507,011 in Japan[6]
Kirby Air Ride 2003 1.17 million approximately: 750,000 in US,[15] 422,311 in Japan[6]
Soulcalibur II 2002 1.1 million approximately: 1 million in US,[5] 99,256 in Japan[6]
Star Fox Adventures 2002 1.06 million approximately: 800,000 in US,[16] 259,069 in Japan[6]

As of December 31, 2009, 208.57 million copies of GameCube video games have been sold.[17]

References[edit]

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