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Revolution controler

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii / Wii U' started by WEASELPSP, Sep 4, 2005.

  1. WEASELPSP

    WEASELPSP Guest

    does anyone know what the revolution controler is going to look like because ive seen the xbox360 and ps3 but havnt got my hands on the revoluton
     
  2. HipN

    HipN Regular member

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    itll be nnounced on sept 16 2005
     
  3. Dunn55

    Dunn55 Guest

    i have heard the nintendo revolution's controller is bad and is hard to use.
     
  4. top_shota

    top_shota Guest

    the controler sucks!!!!!!!! i was very very upset wen i saw it how are u suppose to play a game with 1 hand
     
  5. tim1210

    tim1210 Regular member

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    you guys really need to do your hw with the controller, I've explained why its actually the best of the controllers time and time again...

    1. INNOATIVE
    2. SHELL CONTROLLER

    If you don't know what that means then you don't know anything about the revolution.
     
  6. kookoo76

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    Isnt there controller lk a remote? You hold the remote in your hand and thers like another peaces to it taht is the analog stick. Looks awsome but i cant imagine plaing with it, It would be to hard to switch buttens, You gotta slide the remote all the back.
     
  7. oofRome

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    kookoo76 brings up a good point...
    What about the retarded kids like him who lack coordination?!!
    DURH DUHHEH HOW DO I DYRN DUH CAR!@!!!!!


    just kidding. i'm sure it will take some time getting used to. sort of like the n64 controller or something.
     
  8. dr.cool

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    the controller is not cool ok hwo cares if you can turn it into a real controller i want to always have a regular controller it reminds me of how you would play a dvd with a game on it oh wait the dvd games remind me of the revolution games so its a great match
     
  9. oofRome

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    Well dr.cool's post is definately worth reading...



    Not.
     
  10. dr.cool

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    all right i think nintendo is doin something to try to get what ever hype or publicity they can get like they say any publicity is good publicity i feel bad about dissin nintendo but its hard not to when every thing they have done to promote the rev has been terrible
     
  11. davehx

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    I've seen the revolution controller and yes..it looks weird.....

    BUT

    nintendo brought out the NES with a joypad when lots of computers were using joysticks. Innovative

    nintendo brought out the SNES with 6 buttons, including shoulder buttons. It took a while to get the hang of but is second nature now.. arguably the best designed pad ever..(sony blatantly ripped it off for their pads)

    nintendo brought out n64 with loads of buttons...daunting at first but very intuitive

    nintendo brought out the game cube...again loads of buttons and daunting at first but very quickly becomes easy to use.....(the xbox pad looks remarkably like a n64/gamecube hybrid)

    i'm giving nintendo the benefit of the doubt. They haven't got it wrong yet.

    Dont get me wrong...I'm planning on getting all 3 next gen consoles...if nintendo has made a mess of it i will be the first to admit it....but no point slagging them off till we've all tried it and developers have had time to take full advantage of its capability
     
  12. queesque

    queesque Guest

    The only reason anybody should buy it is if you cant afford the other systems... it is going to be the least powerful, gizzay controllers, and practically worthless... (atleast in my opinion)
     
  13. dr.cool

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    i mean the revolution will probly cost 200$ so it will be a bargain for little kids and their christmas money or the good ole cheap gamer besides it will probly come out with mario
     
  14. johnodd4

    johnodd4 Guest

    hey don't bad mouth the nintendo revolution im looking forward to it and im not a kid im 24 years old
     
  15. dr.cool

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    well your a cheap gamer or immature.
     
  16. kookoo76

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    Your 24 and planning to buy a nintendo revolution.......hmmm...
    Why? Your 24 dude... I dont think imma even plan on buying game concols when im 24..
     
  17. jorgemarr

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    well i saw it on electronic gaming monthly magazine its a weird control but it is expected that they will release a normal controler im personaly wanting to get the ps3 but my litel brother will get the revolutions. i owned the gamecube and the only downfall of it is the games now were geting true crime nyc wich is pretty much a crapy version of grandtheft auto. the controlers i liked. although it is wicked sweet that the system will know where its positioned so that will make some cool a$# mini games for mario party games. unfortunantly they anounced it will not suport "HD" so we wont be geting awsome graphics. the numchuck atachment will make it just like a regular control so i dought they will scare any of there software makers away. the revolutions will "suposively" have upgrades but they said the same thing for the game cube but the onlt reason anyone used the slots at the botom is if they bought one of those portable screens.but anyways they say if you buy an attachment you will be able to play dvd's .
     
  18. oofRome

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    Yeah, uh actually, there are people over 15 years old who will buy the Revolution. While I sort of doutb John Odd is 24 (just by the nature of his post) I plan on buying consoles until I have kids. And I'll be the type of Dad who will always beat the shit out his kids in video games. I'll be damned if some little 16 year old fusker can kick my ass in something I've been doing my whole life. Goddamit.

    Nintendo Revolution also has some pretty sweet "mature" games under development.

    Scratch that. I'll never have kids, because I 'll never bang anyone other than a hooker. ;-)

    Or I'll be forced into priesthood. You know...
     
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  19. dr.cool

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    the controller will be cool for somethings and bad for others lets put it at that
     

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