I think I’m in love…

with the upcoming Nintendo Revolution. Watch a teaser video, and be amazed!

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Yeah, it is pretty vague… but I have faith in Nintendo. They were the first company to, for example, use rumble packs. Or analog joysticks. Or… just about every other innovation in gaming.

More importantly for me, they have said again and again that the Revolution is not for hard-core gamers… it’s for casual gamers, who don’t want to be absorbed and dedicated– just have some fun. Life is too busy for hard-core gaming anymore… I’d like some quick, easy, innovative gameplay.

Paradoxdruid - September 22nd, 2005 at 9:48 am

Yes, it is just vague enough… especially for not coming out until 2006. Hmm…

Teisha - September 21st, 2005 at 4:35 pm

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