All known console roguelikes are commercial games. You may be able to find them on Ebay. If you cannot find the games right away, try using Ebay's e-mail alerts feature so that you are notified as soon as your game of choice is put up for sale on Ebay. Before buying a Japanese game, ask around to make sure it will work with your game system and local television standard.
List of console roguelikes
Sega Genesis / Mega Drive
- Torneko no Daibouken: Fushigi no Dungeon (the name translates loosely as Torneko's Great Adventure: Mysterious Dungeon)
- Fushigi no Dungeon 2: Fuurai no Shiren (Mysterious Dungeon 2 - Shiren the Wanderer), with versions available for multiple platforms including the dreamcast.
- The main dungeon of Azure Dreams was a graphical roguelike.
- Chocobo's Dungeon 2 (called "Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon 2" in Japan) was a roguelike.
- The Nightmare of Druaga combines the characters and mythology behind Namco's Arcade Game "The Tower of Druaga" with roguelike features in the tradition of the Mysterious Dungeon series.
- Disgaea and its sequel, Disgaea 2 are part of a series of Tactical RPGs that feature an area known as "The Item World" wherein every item in the game can be accessed as a randomized, somewhat-roguelike 100-level dungeon complete with enemies, Treasures and other surprises.
- the Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance sections on the List of handheld roguelikes. It should be possible to play those games on a GameCube using the Game Boy Player accessory made by Nintendo.