In Fable, although the game is developed by Big Blue Box and this is obviously a reference to the company that made the game, there is a legend about the first man choosing which world his people would live in. He had a choice between a large blue box, and a small red box. Believing the latter represented the sun, he chose the large blue cube. The gods, knowing the true differences between the two, revealed that the red box had only enough room for all the good in the world, and the blue box had room for all the good and the evil, and that the man had damned his people to life as we knew it in the dark ages. My point is, GameCube was a big blue box, full of some good things (Resident Evil 4, Zelda, Mario, SSBM...), but over stuffed with horrible things (i.e. Barbie Games, Generic Japanese Anime RPGs).
disenfranchisedgamerboy1: Man, I wish Nintendo had taken the small red box approach--I mean, the GameCube could have better represented Nintendo as something small, red, and boxy-- so I wouldn't accidentally make friends with those other gamers who play Xbox and PS2 and end up spending money on those systems.
disenfranchisedgamerboy2: Totally, dude.