Here you go luc,Lucretius wrote:MF, you are a giddy little fool how will put himself into welfare following this failing, senile company. Nintendo is Atari.
Why do you think the Rev Controller is so great? I've given my reasons why it sucks. Try a list format, works for me...
1. It adds more depth into gameplay. The controls are more intuitive and easier to use. A small list...
RTS games are possible. just point, press a, drag, release. move the screen with analog, z1 and z2 zoom, hit b to bring up the equivalent of a right click menu, and select attack with a. the possibilities! FPS-strafe with analog, turn with remote. a to shoot. Madden- hike by pressing a. drop back with analog stick. go into scramble mode with z1 to lose the lineman chasing you. release z1, turn the remote to turn that new passer view thing, and throw the remote (without letting go, obviously) as hard as you feel you need to throw the ball. everything is so intuitive, if you just think about it. warioware and mario party are going to be like never before. mario will jump by flicking up the remote. Luigi's mansion (never played it, is it fun ?)- you use the remote as a flashlight like in the video. Fighting games- one remote in each hand can punch, along with button combinations for special moves. Zelda and Star Wars games- slash with remote.
2. It's EXTREMELY innovative and shows that Nintendo has balls. Huge, manly balls. This is likely to...Revolutionize the game industry.
3. Like someone else said, the only difference Sony and M$ make with their systems is better graphics, better graphics. The gamecube had very nice graphics, a la Twilight Princess and RE4 but it just took too long. Now they improve the graphics of course as every system should do, but instead of marking it up 250 bucks for more power, they innovate and put the gamer into the game moreso than better graphics does.
4. It's sexy. Apple sexy. I love it.
my only concern is that in all recent pictures, none have had the name revolution. gamecube failed because it came out too late and had no 3rd party support, and was released in purple and it was called the revolution. all those problems have been solved so far for the revolution, except for the name. please don't call it GameRectangularPrism.
oh and EB told me they'd give me 20 bucks fo my gamecube, so instead, when i buy the rev ill empty out my gamecube and use it as a lunchbox.