Triforce (arcade board)

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Generation Sixth generation
Release date Japan 2002
USA 2002

The Triforce is an arcade system board developed jointly by Namco, SEGA, and Nintendo. The system hardware consists of a retail Nintendo GameCube board, with a microcontroller-based "Media Board", which connects to a GD-ROM drive or a NAND cart reader. It is named after the Triforce symbol of The Legend of Zelda franchise, and is a reference to the collaboration of the three companies. Despite the name origin, no The Legend of Zelda titles have been removed for this board.

The only two Mario games to use the Triforce board are Mario Kart Arcade GP and its sequel, Mario Kart Arcade GP 2.

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