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Nintendo GameCube Microphone

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Nintendo GameCube Microphone
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The Nintendo GameCube Microphone
Release year

2004

Manufactured by

Nintendo

For use with

Nintendo GameCube

Model no.

DOL-022

The Nintendo GameCube Microphone is an microphone accessory for the Nintendo GameCube, used to allow for vocal-based inputs in compatible software. The microphone was released in 2004, bundled with compatible games such as Mario Party 6, Mario Party 7, and Odama.

Features and Functionality[edit]

The Nintendo GameCube Microphone connects to the console using either of the two Memory Card slots. Near the top of the microphone is a blue button that, while held, allows it to receive vocal inputs that are interpreted by the game. All Nintendo-developed games use the Games Speech SDK developed by ScanSoft for speech recognition.[1]

Copies of Odama were bundled with a Microphone Holder (DOL-025), which allows the microphone to be mounted on the back of a Nintendo GameCube Controller while in use.

Compatible games published by Nintendo[edit]


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