If you’re wondering what’s the occasion and why Game Center CX is finally adding GameCube, GBA, and PS2 games, it’s because of a rule for the show. The rule states that the program will only feature games from consoles that are 20 years or older, so there are now three eligible systems that you can add.
Game Center CX has entered its 25th season, and it will finally start featuring GameCube, Game Boy Advance (GBA), and PlayStation 2 (PS2) games for Arino to challenge.
The PS2 was the first of the bunch with an initial launch of March 2000 in Japan, so it was already eligible last year. The Game Boy Advance was the next system to launch, with an initial release in March 2001, followed by the GameCube in September 2001. While Microsoft’s original Xbox launched in November 2001, it didn’t appear in Japan until February 2002, so that will have to wait until 2022 to see some action from Kacho.
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