Top GameCube Action Games of All Time

Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top GameCube Action games of All Time, a list of the best videogames, created from editorial reviews on the site. It's the perfect tool to find that great game you haven't played yet, or even to find a gem for a friend or loved one as a gift.

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  • 27.

    Masters of the Universe He-Man: Defender of Grayskull

    Cutting to the chase, He-Man is a pretty awful game that doesn't capture the spirit of the cartoon, nor does it do anything fresh to move the genre forward. Buy little Johnny the cartoon DVD instead Back in the early-to-mid 1980's, serial cartoons (i.e. not the 5-minute long... more

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  • 26.

    Robots

    We don't expect movie licensed games to achieve greatness, but we do expect them to at least offer some enjoyment. Robots is one of the poorer efforts we have played in quite some time. We recently reviewed the videogame version of the Spongebob Squarepants... more

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  • 25.

    X-Men: The Official Game

    X-Men: The Official Game is so lazily put together that it's hard to see one good reason to consider picking it up. No matter the pedigree of the company or the quality of the license, it's... more

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  • 24.

    Eragon

    There is nothing in Eragon to warrant playing it, unless you're a hardcore achievement-point chaser or must have everything Eragon-related. There is a train of thought that something created in one medium should... more

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  • 23.

    Fantastic 4

    Fantastic 4 isn't utterly awful, it just isn't anywhere near to being worthy of its name. Fantastic 4 is a videogame version of the movie based on a comic book by... more

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  • 22.

    The Da Vinci Code

    So then, another Hollywood movie, and another so-so game based on it. Less Mona Lisa, more GCSE art project. Whether you thought Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code was a brilliant thriller,... more

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  • 21.

    Viewtiful Joe: Red Hot Rumble

    A foray into the beat 'em up genre isn't exactly straying too far from Joe's roots, but the game hasn't been pulled off with the same high level of polish that the other Joe titles exude. Viewtiful Joe burst onto the gaming scene a few years back with a fresh look... more

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  • 20.

    Monster House

    Monster House can't be classed as a great game for adults, but for younger players who want a hassle-free video game version of the movie, there's very little wrong with it. What's this we have here then? Another video game based on a children's... more

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  • 19.

    Bionicle Heroes

    Bionicle Heroes does little to make a name for itself, with repetitive and overly simplistic gameplay, and some rather uninspiring visuals. Some games are clearly designed for a certain audience. While it's... more

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  • 18.

    Superman Returns: The Videogame

    Superman Returns is a brain numbingly dull title that is only partially saved by its above average presentation. The potential was there, but it wasn't realised. I don't want to be a superhero anymore; it's too much hard work. All those... more

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  • 17.

    Batman Begins

    Batman Begins is pretty much a must play for any Batman fan, though I can't see it being of too much interest to those not impressed by the adventures of the Dark Knight. You can sense the panic breaking out amongst gamers everywhere. Panic bred... more

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  • 16.

    Madagascar

    Madagascar should please kids who want a simple game featuring the characters they have seen at the cinema. Very few seasoned gamers will get much out of it, but that isn't really the point of it. Kid friendly movie tie-ins are big business and there was no chance that the... more

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  • 15.

    James Bond 007: From Russia With Love

    From Russia With Love is a rather unimaginative Bond title that simply goes through the motions, but the package is sleek enough to provide some solid entertainment throughout its short duration. There's a strange allure to James Bond videogames. It's probably a direct... more

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  • 14.

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movie

    TMNT was made with a clear audience in mind. It should provide an entertaining ninja experience for the under 10 market but in doing so can't be recommended to more experienced gamers. TMNT, the game based on the recently released Ninja Turtles movie, falls... more

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  • 13.

    Spartan: Total Warrior

    Spartan: Total Warrior isn't a classic, but it's a fun, simplistic hack 'n' slash that offers a lot of enjoyment, tarnished by the odd bad design choice. The first console game from legendary RTS developers The Creative Assembly... more

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  • 12.

    Ultimate Spider-Man

    This is the best Spider-Man experience yet, but with its inexcusable length and lack of any replay value, Ultimate-Spider Man ends up being a pretty good game instead of a phenomenal one. Being the Ultimate Spider-Man geek that I am, it's fair to say that I had... more

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  • 11.

    Gun

    GUN can't possibly boast to be a game of the year, but it'll entertain anyone who gives it a chance, even if it's only for a few days. What do you do when you're fed up with making yearly skateboard titles that... more

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  • 10.

    Peter Jackson's King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie

    King Kong is entertaining, technically impressive and often immersive, but it's woefully short, often repetitive and not quite all it could have been. In the world of movie-licensed videogames there are usually two types: the... more

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  • 9.

    Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones

    Even with annoying problems in larger supply than the sand itself, The Two Thrones is often thrilling and is a huge step in the right direction. Ubisoft's Prince of Persia Sands of Time may well go down as one of the... more

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  • 8.

    Marvel: Ultimate Alliance

    It's hard to recommend this PlayStation 3 version over the superior Xbox 360 release, but PlayStation 3 owning Marvel fans shouldn't think twice about buying Ultimate Alliance. I think most people have a favourite super hero, or at least a favourite set... more

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  • 7.

    Conan

    On the one hand Conan is highly entertaining and almost obscenely violent and crude, but for a next-gen title with a next-gen price tag it doesn't quite deliver. "Is that the new God of War game?" asks a visitor to the office last week.... more

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  • 6.

    X-Men Legends

    With great N-Gage games in short supply X-Men Legends has no trouble in reaching the top echelon of the console's library. This is a game that all N-Gage owners should add to their collection Nokia's N-Gage didn't exactly get off to a good start. In fact, since its... more

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  • 5.

    LEGO Star Wars

    You can call Lego Star Wars a kid's game if you like, but it has a universal appeal to children of all ages. When you were a child, a parent or teacher probably told you "Stop that.... more

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  • 4.

    The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction

    The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction is almost exactly as you'd hope a game based on the Incredible Hulk would be. Being the Hulk should be fun and the game delivers it in spades. If ever there was a game that played just as you'd imagine it's The... more

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  • 3.

    Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Legend

    Slight control issues mean this isn't quite as much fun to play as the console versions, but few handheld action games reach Tomb Raider: Legend's overall quality. After years of waiting, Tomb Raider: Legend finally gave Lara fans the game... more

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  • 2.

    LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy

    If you have any fondness for Star Wars you'll find Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy incredibly hard to resist. It's the best Star Wars game, well, since Lego Star Wars. Try to avoid Star Wars fans, at least the ones that were "there when it was... more

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  • 1.

    Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter

    With people still unsure over what they think the next-generation consoles should bring, GRAW is perhaps the best example to date, delivering on all fronts. Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter's delay near the release of the Xbox 360 was... more

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