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Nyko's "PlayCube" lets gamers use PlayStation pads with their GameCube...

Nyko today announce the latest in a growing line of Nintendo GameCube peripherals. "PlayCube" allows consumers to use PlayStation or PlayStation 2 pads and other controllers with their new console. The device will retail for under $10. Amongst Nyko's other GameCube products are a small box for all those tiny GC discs, GameSafe, and memory cards in 4Mb, 8Mb and 16Mb varieties. For reference, the official memory card - labelled Memory Card 59 because of its capacity for save blocks - is 4Mb, and being third party, Nyko's stuff should come out cheaper.

Source - Core Magazine

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