Gamecube will be released on November 5th, 2001
Since Nintendo does not want to be inferior to Microsoft in any way and does not want to give them a strategic advantage already, they have now announced the release date of the Gamecube. Nintendo even throws its new flagship on the market shortly before Microsoft, namely on November 5th. - As with Microsoft, the release date refers to the USA. About 2-5 games will be available when the console starts up; including 'The Legend of Zelda' and 'NBA Courtside 2002'.
This means that Nintendo is considerably behind the range of games in the X Box, after all, up to 20 games should be available when it is released. It will also be interesting to see which console will have the edge in terms of graphics. Microsoft relies on Nvidia's Geforce3-like graphics chip and Nintendo relies on ATi with its Radeon II, about which no performance data is known yet. However, it is not yet known what the Gamecube will cost. However, it is likely that the price will be in a similar region to that of the X Box and the Playstation 2.