Tuesday, January 17, 2006


BETA V.....?


Blogger Jadedoel said...

Hi Osoko.
Why does that screen shot look fake?
Can you tell Nintendo to make a better back ground?
Keep up the good work buddy.

12:16 PM  
Blogger tgs4ever said...

if you think it's a fake, What are you doing here? I'm still wondering it just because you said you don't believe him. So run away from here, now!

You are idiot, you can't believe your own words, how can you believe tanaka's words so?


1:12 PM  
Blogger Arsenis said...

this guy tanaka as he calls himself, is an idiot just like TGS4EVER which is most likely the same person, If you are retarded please look for help!!

1:19 PM  
Blogger Blizz419 said...

i will not "run away from here" lol you fools are to funny

1:21 PM  
Blogger Arsenis said...

i agree!!

1:30 PM  
Blogger nintendodnetnin said...

arspenis and jizz are retards, just ignore them.

1:37 PM  
Blogger tgs4ever said...

LoL You're still here!
You should do your homerworks for school. LoL
what eva minga talk to my finga

1:48 PM  
Blogger Blizz419 said...

homework for school lol, yes i'm still here in front of my computer in my office at work ya moron

1:54 PM  
Blogger Fredster said...

I know he isn't real, but its still nice to see wat funny things he comes up with, but for a real Nintendo Revolution site, come to mine...

1:54 PM  
Blogger Blizz419 said...

big macs are nasty youll never catch me eating one lol

1:58 PM  
Blogger Blizz419 said...

This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

1:58 PM  
Blogger tgs4ever said...

and eating your bigmac!

1:59 PM  
Blogger nintendodnetnin said...

Hey jizz listen up, not all of the people here are believers.

they, including me, just want to read up on speculation. thats all. just go find somewhere else to start a fight.

oh, and before you reply, reread my first sentence.

2:03 PM  
Blogger Blizz419 said...

lol look i'm psychic i knew what you were gonna say before you said it lmao

2:04 PM  
Blogger Moe-c said...

Nice mock Up, not so hard to do.

1. Make a nice Mock up, like a menu (Revo)

2. Connect your computer to your LCD (VGA or DVI) and then choose to see the pictures in FULL/ Widescreen. (Photoshop CS2)


2:07 PM  
Blogger tgs4ever said...

Ignore him, good tip :)

2:11 PM  
Blogger borat said...

Hey stop knockin on blizz! thats his opinion. and stop sayin jizz. anywhoo osoko is fake. whats with the (...)!?! it angers me so! I like the fake screen any ways.
-Peace Out

2:12 PM  
Blogger visual_shock said...

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11:34 PM  
Blogger visual_shock said...

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11:44 PM  
Blogger visual_shock said...

Remember when Osoko said the Revolution controller would have a screen?

"Where is the revolution?


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

Wrong again.

11:47 PM  
Blogger revolution_player said...


What the hell is this?! You can also find it on Nintendo's site:


4:52 AM  
Blogger tgs4ever said...

CAPCOM IS DEVELOPING A NEW GAME FOR REVOLUTION. Osoko tanaka talked about it months ago.


Resident Evil DS producer Minoru Nakai on Nintendo's next-gen machine - will we see Revolution Resi someday?

14:41 Minoru Nakai, producer of the forthcoming Resident Evil remake for Nintendo's DS, has revealed that he's currently involved with a project for the Revolution at Capcom.

Speaking to website Jeux-France.com, Nakai let slip that while the unannounced game will not be a Resident Evil title, the experience his team gains with the machine could pave the wave for a new entry in the Resi series. What's more, the Revolution's unique controller could create an evolutionary leap in the series as big as the one on display in Resi 4.

"Even if the playability of Resident Evil 4 thus remains very led to my taste", Nakai explained (via Google translator, just in case you're wondering), "we would clearly like to use the potential of the [Revolution controller], because the players could end up wearying themselves of this style of gameplay."

However, the producer cautioned that "it would be perhaps more judicious to develop a game other than Resident Evil on Nintendo Revolution, before attacking this series, and this, to familiarize myself more with this new concept, in order to better benefit from the potential of the [controller] thereafter. We [are working] there in this moment..."

So, Nakai seems impressed enough with Nintendo's offering to consider it might provide the perfect match for taking the Resi franchise into new, unchartered waters. It would seem that Capcom's got no plans to bring the series to the next-gen console just yet though - does this mean we can wave goodbye to hopes of Resident Evil 5 on the Revolution afterall?

9:49 AM  
Blogger Blizz419 said...

any moron could have predicted Capcom would develop for the Rev. Name one nintendo system Capcom hasnt made a game for exactly.

10:32 AM  
Blogger tgs4ever said...

But when he says something truth, you are there to say "any moron could have predicted Capcom would develop for the Rev"

Anyone could have predicted it, but, anyway, it would be more easy to say it would be RESIDENT EVIL 5, and not another new franchise.

10:55 AM  
Blogger Braxor123 said...

Lol, there's one small thing in this pictures, which confirms it pretty much fake... looks closely, ( I noticed it within seconds by the way ).

I noticed within seconds it looks VERY familiar to my old creative webcam. I've included a picture of the webcam I'm talking about in the picture.


Now I suspect a "leaker" doesn't have enough time to plugin a USB webcam to the back of a pc/laptop and taking a picture without being noticed :P

10:59 AM  
Blogger revolution_player said...

So, how do you know that this is a webcam on the picture? It doesn't look like a webcam to me because there are lights left and right to it.

11:17 AM  
Blogger tgs4ever said...

This TV is Panasonic.
Panasonic makes miniDVDs for GameCube, and it has designed a GC-DVDPLAYER.
Panasonic doesn't make CRT monitors.

11:29 AM  
Blogger Blizz419 said...

any dev would be on a computer monitor not a TV.

12:48 PM  
Blogger Red Bull and Vodka said...

So what? Panasonic doesn't make fishing rods either. Which has about as much relevance to this subject as your astounding revelation.

Most new TV's have DVI or HDMI inputs. Most new computers have the same on the output side. So he plugged a laptop or desktop into a TV...You don't need a CRT monitor to do this. Most new TVs will suffice.

Who gives a ferk and what the ferk does it have to do with the price of week old cheese on a Wednesday anyway? It, and he, is still a fake. Everything on it from the colors to the design look about as professional as what you would find on used toilet paper. After such a sleek design on the console and controller - I doubt the GUI for the Revolution would be so bland.

12:52 PM  
Blogger Blizz419 said...

also a beta build of the GUI would be in Japanese not in english that itself is proof this is fake.

1:53 PM  
Blogger Jaxjp said...


OSUCKO why do you delete any comments that point to the fact that you are a fake.
Like this being your third blog?
And your old profile matching Iwata sans?
And the fact that I laugh at your believers since all you are is Full of SH?* Like your first blog and the chinese dinner bet?
Remeber that? But there is no delivery in Japan like that.

3:28 PM  
Blogger visual_shock said...

Why was my comment deleted?

I showed how Osoko's pic of an "hd-dvd disc concept" that he was was real was faked by a person.


3:50 PM  
Blogger visual_shock said...

"But when he says something truth, you are there to say "any moron could have predicted Capcom would develop for the Rev"

Anyone could have predicted it, but, anyway, it would be more easy to say it would be RESIDENT EVIL 5, and not another new franchise. "

But it's so obvious that it was going to happen. Look at Osoko's earlier entries. He was more willing to predict specific but outrageous things that turned out to be wrong. Because of that, he is now predicting things that are very broad, vague and general. Look at his entry starting from may 2005, you will see he was proven wrong time and time again.

3:54 PM  
Blogger HereticPB said...

speaking of children

11:01 PM  
Blogger tgs4ever said...

Interview with Reggie :)

Q: We understand you have some New Year's resolutions for Nintendo. Let's start there.
Sure. From my perspective, I have five resolutions for the industry heading into 2006. The first is keeping our eyes on the prize. This industry is about entertainment, and in the end, he with the best games wins. So at Nintendo, we're focused on putting the most entertaining products into the marketplace.

The second resolution is keeping the mass in the mass audience. The world is fragmenting all around us, and many companies are making their products too exclusive and expensive for the general consumer.

For example, for American consumers to get into the Xbox 360 franchise, with games and extra contollers, they had to spend more than $700, not including an HD TV, which is really the only way to positively experience 360. We resolve at Nintendo to remain within reach for the vast majority of our consumers.

By first creating gaming-centric systems and consoles, whether it's handhelds or home consoles. That will ensure that for gamers, our products are totally focused on their needs versus products that try to integrate music or other things that, frankly, aren't what great gaming experiences are all about.

Since you mentioned pricing, I assume the Revolution will be accessible to gamers for substantially less than $700?
That's correct. The next-generation console from Nintendo, code-named Revolution, will cost less than $300. Our third resolution is to stop turning away new players.

This industry has become more and more focused on the niche, and at Nintendo, we've opened our systems to a wide range of consumers. Whether it's consumers older than 35 or female gamers, we've attracted them with "Nintendogs" and "Animal Crossing," so we've resolved to bring as many new consumers into this industry as possible.

And the fourth resolution?
It is to turn game development into a democracy of great ideas. Just as the cost of systems seems to be getting out of reach for everyday consumers, the cost of game development is getting out of reach for game publishers. The Revolution will be more affordable for game developers to create for, and that will result in fantastically innovative content.

Let's talk handhelds. Obviously, the Nintendo DS is doing well, with 13 million sold so far. But Sony's PSP seems to have more buzz.
I disagree. The DS is outselling PSP across the world. The DS is also generating huge buzz in the blogosphere. The fact is, we have a number of not only worldwide but even U.S.-centric million-unit selling games, and Sony doesn't.

We have games that are successfully expanding the audience for gaming for DS, and that's not true for Sony. The buzz for the DS is huge and growing, and the most anticipated handheld titles are on our platform, not on Sony's.

OK, so what about the fifth resolution?
The mythical performance vector for this industry is more processing power and prettier pictures, but what's really driven growth is actually improving the way consumers play and get into the game. It's what we've successfully done with the Nintendo DS and what we're committed to doing with the Revolution and the controller we've unveiled for Revolution.

Tell me about the controller. What makes it noteworthy?
It allows you to essentially manipulate the game by pointing at it. The activity that happens in the game is quite responsive with the controller, and we've shown that sports games can be brought to a new level of immersion with the controller.

How so?
It allows you to manipulate not only a puck or a football, but also to manipulate the player in a way that's never been done before. So if I'm developing a football game, I can move across

the field, focus against a particular receiver with pinpoint accuracy and throw the ball right to that receiver much as a real-life quarterback does.

That level of immersion really has never been done before. We know it's exciting because we have partners like EA and Ubisoft and Activision and THQ excited about developing for the Revolution.

How many launch titles will there be for the Revolution?
That question's a bit premature. We'll be showing a lot of titles at this year's E3, and we think that's where consumers will get a flavor for the full range of titles and the full range of activity that we will have for our launch window.

And what is the launch date?
We've said 2006.

What else will set the Revolution apart from the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3?
A number of things. First, our titles. We have the huge luxury of a stable of franchises that's unparalleled in this industry. Also, we're working on new franchises and our first-party lineup will be better than our competition. We're also getting strong third-party support.

Secondly, our virtual console concept, which lets you play your favorite games from the Nintendo 64, Super NES and NES systems, will also be a differentiator. Plus, Revolution will be backwardly compatible with GameCube games.

How do you think Revolution will sell?
We will sell more units than Xbox 360 did here in the United States in our launch window. I mean, in December, we sold more GameCubes in the United States than Microsoft sold 360s, and Revolution will do better than that.

How will the DS do head-to-head against the PSP, going forward?
We expect a gangbuster year for DS in 2006. I think that's because we've successfully launched the Wi-Fi Connection for Nintendo DS. We've had more than 10 million connections to the servers on a worldwide basis and over half a million unique users in a short seven-week time frame.

Just for perspective, it took Xbox Live over six months to get to that level, so we're very proud of the way we've grown that business. We're also very confident with DS, given a number of impending launches we've announced, including "Metroid Prime: Hunters."

We've also announced "Tetris DS," which has a total of six different modes of play, including classic Tetris play as well as a number of mechanisms that are playable both in local-area networks and via Wi-Fi. There will also be a new "Super Mario Bros." title in 2006. So just in looking at the tools and packages we have, we're very confident in our success for Nintendo DS this year.

Terrific. Finally, can you tell me how Nintendo will reverse the perception that the console market is Sony and Microsoft and then Nintendo?
The fact is this: On a worldwide basis in the home console area, we are the No. 2 player. Here in the United States, if you look at today, we are the No. 3 player, so I understand where the perception comes from that we are not doing as well in the home console market as we are in the handheld business where we dominate worldwide.

Our focus for Nintendo Revolution is to provide real meaningful differentiators versus our competition, and we believe that is what will drive our success. First, focusing on a single-minded gaming device. Second, bringing real innovation to the controller in the way consumers play the game. Third, a value orientation that certainly is not present with our competitors. And fourth, leveraging the power of our library with the virtual consoles.

So that's how we believe our success formula will play out in home consoles, and our focus is on executing that four-point program.

4:47 AM  
Blogger Red Bull and Vodka said...


Ofucko deleting my comment too that proves he steals others stories.

For those who didn't see it - here it is again, until he deletes it again...


This post on his blog is a fake from N-Philes.com and he's trying to take credit for it.

11:23 AM  
Blogger visual_shock said...

So in total, Osoko has taken fan-made fake pics of the controller, screen, and hd-dvd and used it as proof he is an insider.

..and people still believe him because..?

The evidence is right in front of you guys. Look at his earlier entries and you know he has a pattern of finding fake pics on the internet and passing it off as a concept of nintendo.

2:45 PM  
Blogger visual_shock said...

If it's a beta shot, why aren't the words in Japanese?

2:54 PM  
Blogger Grandmaster B said...

It is Vpocket, stop taking credit for it and stop deleting my posts. As I told you I will keep posting them.

Visual Shock do you honestly think TGS4ever and Zounds will believe it even in front of their eyes?

5:30 PM  
Blogger HereticPB said...

That menu image was posted on the 18th at Joystiq.

I posted it on my blog after Osaka here.


and it was posted at Kevin's blog at ZogDog on the 16th

12:39 AM  
Blogger HereticPB said...

oh by the way here is more images from that menu screen.


12:42 AM  
Blogger Blizz419 said...

wow my comment about why the beta wasnt in japanese was deleted, there is absolutly no legitimate excuse for that, just shows how much of a loser osoko is, lol

6:03 AM  
Blogger NintendoFreak555 said...

Remeber that seriousgamer007 guy... well apparently he shut down his blog for legal reasons but a new page seems to have poped up at www.seriousgamer007.com. I don't know if it is related to him but seems interesting.

12:00 AM  
Blogger HereticPB said...

LOL, he never stops. What an idiot.

2:36 AM  
Blogger DudesMcKenzie said...

Wow NintendoFreak555, it's amazing, you register THIS MONTH only to post SeriousGamer's new address...

Could you possibly BE SeriousGamer?

10:41 PM  
Blogger NintendoFreak555 said...

Actually I have been registered here a long time ago (under the name xB I believe)... I just couldn't remember my password... But ya, I suppose that’s a possibility.

11:41 PM  
Blogger Lord_Darcia said...

OSUCKO, your past sins and mistakes are piling up, and everyone is noticing. No one is going away, instead everyone will be comming to discredit you

11:59 PM  
Blogger gonzales said...

mario 64>>> 23 june 1996 and not july 1996


12:39 PM  
Blogger disrupter006 said...

Revogaming.com is using SG007's blog to gain traffic to theirs, dumbasses.

8:01 PM  

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