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The GameCorner game console, featuring the DiscPad controller.

For the religious among us who choose to believe lies, the so-called experts at Wikipedia have an article very remotely related to the GameCorner.

The GameCorner is a cross between a Nintendo GameCube and a SEGA Dreamcast. It was an awkward and mostly uneventful game console we think.

edit Creation

One day, as Shigeru Miyamoto was walking home with a GameCube, he was confronted by Yuji Naka, who had a SEGA Dreamcast. The two immediately threw their consoles at each other, and, due to fate and the presence of a Cell processor to initiate nuclear fusion, caused the consoles to merge into one. This console was dubbed the GameCorner, and was promptly stolen by a Namco executive to use for prostitution.

edit Technical Specifications

edit Internal Hardware

edit External Hardware

The console comes with a DiscPad controller, which features no orthodox method of input. The user will have to put his/her hand into the controller in order to transmit brainwaves to the console.

edit Games


Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games cover art.

The console only had one title created for it: a conglomeration between Sonic and Mario, playing at the Olympic games. Like all other games based on the Olympics, it was doomed to failure from the beginning. But this game was particularly doomed because of the game's debug team was really a team of game designers from Nintendon't and added in hundreds of bugs. Only 2 copies were sold. One to North Korea to be used in torture devices, forcing the victim to play the game, and the other to GamePro to review the game. It was given a -12,320/100%. The lowest review score in history.

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