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Revolution Cotroller Inside...

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii / Wii U' started by HipN, Sep 3, 2005.

  1. QuirkyOne

    QuirkyOne Member

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    Wow. COOL. That's all I gotta say. I hope the developers are as excited as we gamers are (at least, some of us) :)
     
  2. finp

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    the controller is original il give em that but i d no personally id rather have a real one (xbox 360)
     
  3. v0n_1

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    well the controller for the revolution is something we didn't excpect but i think it will be a hit, i for one think it's going to change gaming for the better.
     
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  4. Glitched

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    well not really its a remote and a joypad(or watever you call it)whats so revolutionary bout that??
     
  5. finp

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    will it use big people disks or will they stick with well little kiddies disks
     
  6. Glitched

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    nope there using the big dvd
     
  7. deezp1

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    FUNNY
     
  8. HipN

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    The controllr is actually a good idea...you can use it for first person shooter or action, and you can hook it up to an addon and ue it for sports games, rpg games, and other games...im actually looking forward to playing the revolution. Im starting to dislike the ps3, its just taking too long and the hardware they use is totally cheap.
     

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