Nintendo GameCubes come in a variety of colors, including Indigo, Platinum, Jet Black, and Spice. They are 4.3 inches high, 5.9 inches wide, and 6.3 inches thick. Nintendo GameCubes were the first Nintendo console to use discs instead of cartridges, though the discs it uses are smaller than the DVD-sized discs the Xbox and PlayStation 2 used. Because of this, GameCubes cannot play DVDs or audio CDs. Through a partnership with Panasonic, a DVD-playing GameCube called the Panasonic Q was made.
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