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(added game that needs to be added to the list.)
(Undo revision 127604 by 98.180.211.95 (talk) Basara 2 and 2:Heroes are separate games, one on each disc; the text explains that that is not included. Also, incorrect category usage.)
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This is a list of all [[GameCube]] and [[Wii]] games that are known to be divided between two Nintendo Game Discs. Games that include a bonus or secondary discs are not included, since the game itself is still on a single disc. Multi-game collections like [[Metroid Prime: Trilogy]] on a single disc are not included, as well as packs that include two discs but have separate games on each disc ([[Brothers in Arms: Double Time]]). To qualify as a "two-disc game" it should require both discs to play a single game.
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This is a list of all [[GameCube]] and [[Wii]] games that are known to be divided between two Nintendo Game Discs. Games that include a bonus or secondary discs are not included, since the game itself is still on a single disc. Multi-game collections like [[Metroid Prime: Trilogy]] on a single disc are not included, as well as packs that include two discs but have separate games on each disc ([[Brothers in Arms: Double Time]]). To qualify as a "two-disc game" it should require both discs to play a single game.
 
 
(this is a wii multi-disc, 2 disc, game that is not listed but i can't edit the list to add it so i hope someone will add it.  its name is Sengoku Basara - 2 - Heroes - (Double Pack) - NTSC-J)
 

Revision as of 08:17, 25 September 2016

This is a list of all GameCube and Wii games that are known to be divided between two Nintendo Game Discs. Games that include a bonus or secondary discs are not included, since the game itself is still on a single disc. Multi-game collections like Metroid Prime: Trilogy on a single disc are not included, as well as packs that include two discs but have separate games on each disc (Brothers in Arms: Double Time). To qualify as a "two-disc game" it should require both discs to play a single game.