Ok, that's enough waiting.
Voting is now closed
Releasing in 2002, everyone's favourite lunchbox marked Nintendo's jump to CD's. It's purple, it's cute, it's got a handle! What's not to love about the Gamecube? While it might be nowhere near Nintendo's most successful console, there's no denying that the Gamecube had some impressive software going for it. It also had the best controller ever. Don't bother arguing, I won't listen. But the controller isn't a game, so we have to nominate 5 other things about the Gamecube.
Right, time for those restrictions.
Retro compilation titles are banned (Zelda: Collector's Edition, Nintendo Puzzle Collection, Sonic Mega Collection, etc.)
The Four Swords Clause applies to games such as Sonic Adventure DX, Animal Crossing and Metroid Prime.
Ports and Remakes are banned. (WarioWare Inc. Mega Party Games, etc.)
For obvious reasons, Resident Evil 1 and Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes are eligible for nomination.
Game Boy Player is not eligible for nomination. Don't try and be clever.
Future Console Warning!
When we get to the Wii, you will not be able to nominate The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. The game was designed as a Gamecube title first and foremost, so it will only be able to be nominated for this console.
Nominations close on the 15th of June
I've also updated the opening post with the GBC top ten article.
Here is a list of Gamecube games if you want to remind yourself of what this console had, but be careful to not choose a game that would break one of the above restrictions.