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Cube books a hotel

Play Sunshine in your room.

Going to the States? If you're a Cube fan, you might want to find a hotel whose TV system is handled by LodgeNet, as the company has just announced - as part of their 10-year strategic relationship with Nintendo of America - that their "Signeture TV" service will now incorporate GameCube games. LodgeNet has until now been providing SNES and - as we experienced last month - N64 games to hotel rooms.

Apparently LodgeNet currently provides Nintendo games to more than 5,000 hotels, which is something like 875,000 rooms. Sooner or later, if you're in one of them, you'll be able to play on the Cube.

Just make sure you don't end up staying at a certain hotel on Santa Monica Boulevard and getting charged double for your net access by an irritating jobsworth with your credit card number. If you're reading this Victor: you're a tosser!

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Tom worked at Eurogamer from early 2000 to late 2014, including seven years as Editor-in-Chief.

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