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Nintendo Revolution?

Friday, June 11, 2004

At Wired News an article on the new Nintendo console, code-named Revolution. As the code-name suggests Nintendo tries (once again) to take a different path and is not as much concerned with over the top graphics and hardware as it is with new ways of playing games. They try revolutionizing play with the soon- to-be- released handheld DS and in 2006 with the Revolution (hope they won't use that name, not really in the line of their other consolenames, and well, to be honest.. it sounds a bit cheesy...and a bit all too obvious, but as code-name it's quite okay, as indication for what they try to realize). Looking really forward to see more of it, Nintendo has my blessings :D

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