Shared May 13, 2019
Released in 2001, the Nintendo GameCube was Nintendo's first console to have an optical drive. In this episode we take a deep dive in the security of the GameCube and how it was defeated by both Soft-modding and Hard-modding techniques.
Huge thanks to emu_kidd and gc-forever.com for helping with some information/history!
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