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nintendo launch date

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii / Wii U' started by dr.cool, Nov 30, 2005.

  1. dr.cool

    dr.cool Guest

    various sites around the internet say the revolution is to launch in may. do you guys think that theres any truth to this????
     
  2. oofRome

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    Hopefully
     
  3. dr.cool

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    i know ive been rippen nintendo alot but now that im looking more at the controller it looks mildly cool, but i have a concern u put that motion sencor on top of your tv well i have a flat screen will they have some way to make it fit???
     
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    I doubt Nintendo would forget about everyone with a flat panel TV.
    You won't have problems with mounting.
     
  5. dr.cool

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    lets hope because im gonna get one thats right im gonna get one
    SORRY nintendo can u ever forgive me for making fun of you
     
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    Well the Gamecube was relised May 3rd 2002, so it would make scence to relise it about the same time as the Gamecube, because it would be the end of the old in with the new.
     
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    motion sensore on top of tv????
     
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    No launch date yet. But here is a interesting tid bit:

    IT LOOKS like there will be a bit of a price war looming between the game gear makers next year.

    Nintendo’s President Satoru Iwata has in the past hinted that the next generation Nintendo will hit the shelves at a cheaper price than the competition.

    Now in an interview with Yahoo Japan it seems that he is prepared to hint, somewhat inscrutably, that the price of the beast will be less than $299, which is the cost of the Xbox 360's standard package
     

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