The long-awaited GameCube will hit the shops in Europe on 3 May, Nintendo has announced.
More than half a million of the new games consoles will go on sale and they'll cost £150 each.
That sounds a lot but it's cheaper than its rivals - Sony's PlayStation 2 (£200) and Microsoft's Xbox (£300).
Focus on gameplay
There'll be about 20 games at first but later in the year there'll be about 50.
The focus of the GameCube is on gameplay and
there's a wireless control pad which means they can play from up to 10 metres away.
Gamers will also be able to connect to the GameBoy Advance so they can transfer a character from one machine to the other.