Discussion in 'Game Zone' started by YoWomisIllmatic, Sep 15, 2005.
Got some interesting features.
this idea is definetely revolutionary....i cant wait to play some games on it and get a feel for what really can be done by acting out some ingame motions....
I love it. Looked bad at first, once you read about the features it rocks.
guess that rules out me getting one... now to choose between a ps3 or xbox360...
are you serious? have you read about what it actually does, or are you just looking at the picture, like the 10,000+ fags who ive heard say "it looks like a remote. no nintendo for me." this system is going to be insane, and i will definitely buy it first. i was going to buy xbox but ill spend my money on this first.
Jim Merrick: We're producing a classic-style expansion controller, based on traditional designs like the Gamecube controller. It's like a shell with a hole in the top into which you slot the freehand-style controller, and then you can play third-party ported games, and retro Nintendo games you've downloaded.
So there's that option - but even while it's inserted into the classic-style shell, the freehand controller will still be able to sense positioning and so on, so there are more options too.
So there u have it folks....a controller can also go on top of that and still play 3rd party games not designed specifically for the Rev and it will still maintain all of its features that have been outlined.....this is great....Big N really has got something here
As long as they have a regular controller option...
Lets hope the revolution competes with xbox 360 & ps3 now...
I work at a toy store part time, and nintendo ds outsells psp BIG TIME. Everyone is hooked on the gameboys.
okay cool i just checked IGN i saw the controller phew haha
^if u read my statement u'd know there theres a shell for the remote, and also if u read the article u got that pic from that it is merely a mockup, i really doubt they would go with that button configuration agian
It seems alright. It might take a while to get used to though, but once you get used to it, it'll prob be good.
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