Nintendo have revealed the line up of key titles due for release on the Gamecube and Game Boy Advance during the first half of 2004.

Major highlights from the Gamecube schedule include Kirby Air Ride which will be released before the end of February, and EA's James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing which is due a week before. Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour has also been confirmed for a 2nd quarter release, and will feature a GBA link-up option allowing you to transfer characters between the Game Boy Advance and Gamecube.

Nintendo GameCube

World Racing - TDKJanuary 2004
James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing - EA20th February 2004
Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life - Natsume/ Ubisoft15th February 2004
Kirby Air Ride - Nintendo26th February 2004
Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles - Nintendo11th March 2004
Spawn Armageddon - Namco/EA5th March 2004
R: Racing - Namco/EA19th March 2004
Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes - KonamiMarch 2004
Scooby Doo! Mystery Mahem - THQMarch 2004
Sonic Heroes - SEGAQ1 2004
Puyo Pop Fever - SEGAQ1 2004
Pokemon Channel - NintendoApril 2004
Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour - NintendoQ2 2004
Pokemon Colosseum - NintendoQ2 2004
Phantasy Star Online III: C.A.R.D Revolution - SEGAQ2 2004

A number of long-awaited Game Boy Advance titles have also been confirmed for release during the next six months, with Sword of Mana and Sonic Battle both due out between now and the end of March 2004. Donkey Kong Country 2 and F-Zero 2 however are slightly further off, with 2nd quarter release dates.

Game Boy Advance
Need for Speed Underground - EA16th January 2004
Yu-Gi-Oh! The Sacred Cards - Konami30th January 2004
Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town - Natsume/ Ubisoft15th February 2004
Sword of Mana - Nintendo18th March 2004
Sabre Wolf - THQMarch 2004
Sonic Battle - SEGA/ THQQ1 2004
Metroid Zero Mission - NintendoApril 2004
Donkey Kong Country 2 - NintendoQ2 2004
F Zero 2 - NintendoQ2 2004
Boktai: The Sun is in Your Hand - KonamiQ2 2004
Shining Soul 2 - SEGA/THQQ2 2004

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