Tuesday, May 17, 2005

Revolution....AWESOME!

Firstly, I'm gonna say you "Revolution is better than Xbox 360". Yeah, you will be IMPRESSED about it. Technically, of course.

What is the Revolution?

Not! The question hasn't good done. The GOOD question is:

Where is the revolution?

CONTROLLER PAD ---> THERE YOU'LL SEE THE REVOLUTION

Are you aware of what Nintendo can do with this Pad? The screen of it is...awesome.

Technically, Revolution is better than Xbox 360 Why? Read de thext things:

-GPU's Revolution: Ati technology with 16MB eDram... and a lot of GREAT things... (Xbox 360 has 10Mb eDRAM).

-CPU: 150-200 GFlops... I'M SURE (Xbox 360 --> 115GFlops)

Games:

Retro Game ONLY FOR Revolution
Capcom WILL ANNOUNCE a game for Revolution (Exclusive Game and NEW game)
SEGA GAMES.... AWESOME! will use ALL features of the PAD.
And...the best of all... Will see... EXCLUSIVE Konami's GAME (Do you remember when Hideo Koijima has said that he is working in a NEW project?)

See you.... after Nintendo's Conference...

21 Comments:

Anonymous Hyperblade said...

But, who are you to have access to all these secret information ? Do you work in the video game industry ?

5:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just cant believe you. Screen on the controller? I'm positive Iwata said the Revolution would not feature any extra screens.

Also, if thats all the gaming that will be shown, then its not a whole lot. So much has been announced for the x360, granted it has been announced for awhile, but the PS3 only came out out of its shell last night and so many games are viewable for it.

6:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's an excerpt from 1up.com...

Though technical specifications on the Revolution hardware are not yet available, Nintendo says their new console is only two or three times as powerful as the GameCube. "It's not all about having 'turbo power,' " Nintendo's Perrin Kaplan told USA Today. "It's about what you do with it."

7:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://metahost.savvislive.com/microsoft/20050516/e3_press_20050516_300.asx

Let's see if you aren't telling bullshits...

8:01 AM  
Anonymous Zap said...

they didn't show the controller :(

10:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

woohoo what an awesome press conference - that was the biggest crap I've ever witnessed.

You have officially been 0wned Mr. Tanaka..........

10:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

/\/\/\Actually, no. IGN's Nintendo press conference live blog says "Also, the controllers will be very unique 'in ways we will share with you... later.'" If anything, this supports the claims of this website.

The reason I'm putting a shred of confidence in these reports is because nothing that has been said here has been PROVEN wrong. The "Nintendo ON" turned out to be fake, the controller has been proved to be special in some regard, etc.

That said, talking in a vague and blatantly hype-inducing manner doesn't produce much credibilty, nor should it.

11:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree. Have been interested in this blog to see what came to fruition. Behold a Nintendo fanboy's dreams are in ruin after that tripe. No controller. No nothing. That sucked the biggest donkey balls that the PS3 and its Cell processing power can render (in real-time). Dear Nintendo, you've let yourselves down and more importantly your fans. May the flame wars from the press begin, because after the non-revealing of any kind of tangible Revolution info, it's well deserved.

Sincerely,

Angry Gamer.

11:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Holy fucking hell. You people are amazing. Sure, they didn't show alot. But don't renounce your love for Nintendo. Get a grip.

12:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

YOU BULLSHITTER

12:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If the controller is that great, I would rather Nintendo wait. I don't want their ideas stolen. You people need to lighten up. We WERE faced with the possibility of just video footage.

12:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To clarify: I'm FAR from renouncing 'my love' (and your choice of words are rather apt, I may add) for Nintendo, but I am extremely discouraged at their lack of sense in the beginning of this new era of gaming. If this were a true 'Revolution' there would be no fear in announcing their so tightly-guarded concept, as the industry would be reeling from the impact it would supposedly make.

This is the biggest opportunity for Nintendo to garner consumer interest in the Revolution at the biggest single event in gaming history. The press and fans' attention at this event is unparalelled compared to any chance they will be able to muster themselves at an event such as Space World or similar.

I do understand that competitors may (note: WILL) steal ideas - and working in the games industry, I for one can say that my company does this as much as any other - but to not show any real footage, controller or something at ALL to give hope to their fanbase and general consumer is pretty short-sighted. This isn't the time for Nintendo to take a back seat as their grip in the market wains by the day. This is the time for Nintendo to take a chance and to believe in themselves and their product.

On another note, what is up with a new GBA? How many itterations of the same console do we need to endure? I appreciate that it does look like one REALLY cool piece of kit, but fail to see the relevance of its place in the market and release so long after the first version, rather than give consumers what they want, which is clearly something powerful and portable along the lines of the PSP.

What worries me most is that Nintendo continually encourage us that they are indeed changing for the better and learning from their past mistakes. But they continue to make even bigger blunders and seem to be losing grasp of what the gaming market want; both 'hardcore' and 'casual' (which they're striving so hard to reach).

I will however say that I've had faith in Nintendo before and they've always somehow managed to keep alight the flame of my fanboyism for them and my passion to play their software and enjoy their ideas. But it's getting harder and harder for myself and other gamers to really feel any sense of hope these days when the company is SO darn reluctant to actually put it's faith in US and trust us to be able to comprehend this Revolution. We are the ones afterall who will buy into the thing.

I want to have faith, I do. But time will tell wether this mistake, as I view it, will be quite as damaging as I so believe.

Getting less Angry, but still damn Angry, Gamer.

1:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.cube-europe.com/news.php?nid=7774

Turns out 'Revolution' may be more than just a codename...

With less than half an hour until Nintendo's E3 conference begins, reputable site Club Skill are reporting that 'Revolution' (previously thought to be a prototype name for Nintendo's next home console) will in fact be the official name; either in that form or as "Revolution System" (RS). If this is true, it is very surprising news.

The article also claims that details published earlier in the day about the console's meagre power (in comparison with PS3 and Xbox360) were errorous, and that it will sport technical prowess on its competitors' level. This, at least, would be welcome news.

Stay tuned for confirmation of this news, and more, in the next hour or so.


P.D: Osoko tanaka had some reason
and it also says "revolution will have next-gen graphics"
I think Osoko wasn't lying.

2:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well angry gamer, I see your point. There is much more of E3 left though. The press conferences aren't the only thing there. Quite the contrary. Now, I am going to say this. Aries has said that we should wait until May 19. Don't think that I am putting my faith in something like a random post, but so far, the things that he has said are becoming eerily true. So I say wait.

3:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous from 3.20pm - damn we need names....

I'll wait till the end of E3 like everyone else since from previous years Nintendo has spread their revelations over the week; but an opportunity lost is all I can think.

Ah, but the console itself is so delicious I still want it. Just wish Nintendo would acknowledge their fans. Their fans want them to play with the big boys (obviously Sony & Microsoft) and get their hands dirty; but they just seem to want to play their waiting game, as usual.

I eagerly await Osoko's next blog - and surely he would also like to make a comment here himself, this being his blog (as by the length of my posts [sorry] it's nearly turning into MY blog...) Oh, how I am sincerely trying to lighten my mood after that press conference.

3:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Shit, this makes me suspect metal gear solid 4 may be coming out on the revolution?


This is weird.

1:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

目が一つ、目が二つ、目が一つ、目が四つ。。。

4:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

目が一つ、目が二つ、目が一つ、目が四つ。。。

Japan is one, Japan is two, Japan is one, Japan is four? Any idea what he means?

7:41 AM  
Anonymous Jochem (from the Netherlands said...

Why do you show us a prototype controller, each for 1 hand, WITHOUT a screen, and tell us that the final design wouldn't be that different from it... That controller didn'have a screen, and now you're clearly telling that there ís a screen on the controller. Doesn't make much sense, does it?

10:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

目が一つ、目が二つ、目が一つ、目が四つ。。。

"Japan is one, Japan is two, Japan is one, Japan is four? Any idea what he means?"


Actually it says "one eye, two eyes, one eye, four eyes ..."

日本 = Japan

4:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nintendo have already said they are NOT going to be having a screen on the controller. Hey man next time you try to make something up do some research first it might help abit.

11:33 AM  

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