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Well that seems to be an option these days anyway Chrono xD
 

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So fake. The quality looks awful, why would Nintendo make bad quality renders of there new console to show off + I expect color. When Nintendo showed off the gamecube they had multi colored versions to show, they wouldn't go strictly white or black.
 

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Here we go:

Imo the controller looks bloody stupid, but the console itself is nice and sleek :) Who knows, it could be yet another fake.
 

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hahaha... gross.

Those controllers look like slugs.

If nintendo doesn't come out with something better than THAT, I think I'll cry
 

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ewww....and what the hell is that crontroler? Looks like something for the 2600 or something....I don't really care what it looks like but that controller? I hope it's fake...I'm just going ot believe it is..

Thanks for the pictures
 

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looks like the old atari controller..........:D
 

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i think that revolution being such a secret and nintendo promising that it will be a revolution in consoles has gotten a lot of people's imaginations into hyperactive mode making fun and interesting designs for what it may look like.
 

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heres more info, i found this on a site thats probably not allowed to be posted here due to copy protection circumvention software so heres just the text of the article.


Description
A video displaying Nintendo's new console, codenamed Revolution, has surfaced and it looks strange enough to be the real thing. The video is incomplete but does manage to show off the actual console and a variety of functions not yet revealed by Nintendo. Images taken from the video are available by following the Screens tab above.

The video surfaced just after Nintendo's first details press release and has raised a few eyebrows as it promises virtual gaming on a scale not yet seen. One major doubt about the authenticity of the video has to do with the console it displays which seems to be the size of a small human head while Nintendo's press release mentions a unit that is as thick as 3 DVD cases. Another point is that Nintendo claims its console will be able to play either horizontally or vertically but the unit shown on the video can only stand on its flat base since the rest of the unit is spherical.

The video itself seems very well made and certainly the work of professional film-makers. It starts by mentioning Nintendo's history in gaming and then begins revealing Revolution. The Logo Nintendo ON is prominently displayed and the first shock comes from a headset unit which looks like virtual reality headgear.



According to the video the headset will serve as the brain of the unit providing the images of the game for the gamer and surround sound but will also utilize an environment capture feature which will use information about the user's position and movement in-game. The device will also contain an embedded microphone for use in-game.
The images of the game will be provided via a pair of adjustable visors on the headset. The headset will rest on top of the console when not in use.

The animated demonstration of how all the hardware will work in tandem is very exciting and really gets us all worked up about the potential of Revolution.

The video also showcases another Revolution feature which will also be a major part of Microsoft's campaign for XBox 360; customization.



It seems that Nintendo will also offer gamers faceplates for the console and some of them seem... interesting.

The timing of the video seems right since it was discovered soon after Microsoft released the full specification lists for its XBox 360 hardware but its authenticity will definitely remain in doubt until Nintendo reveals more details next week at E3 2005.



if you google some of the text im sure youll be able to find the site and view the screens, i cant get the imbedding picture fucntions to work properly

furhter searching has revealed that it is in fact fake, but hey still looks damn cool
http://cube.ign.com/articles/613/613578p1.html
theres the video.
 

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shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh quiet, let's not be so notorious :evil:
i see coming " the god hate's fan boys" pic :p
 

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heres more info, i found this on a site thats probably not allowed to be posted here due to copy protection circumvention software so heres just the text of the article.


Description
A video displaying Nintendo's new console, codenamed Revolution, has surfaced and it looks strange enough to be the real thing. The video is incomplete but does manage to show off the actual console and a variety of functions not yet revealed by Nintendo. Images taken from the video are available by following the Screens tab above.

The video surfaced just after Nintendo's first details press release and has raised a few eyebrows as it promises virtual gaming on a scale not yet seen. One major doubt about the authenticity of the video has to do with the console it displays which seems to be the size of a small human head while Nintendo's press release mentions a unit that is as thick as 3 DVD cases. Another point is that Nintendo claims its console will be able to play either horizontally or vertically but the unit shown on the video can only stand on its flat base since the rest of the unit is spherical.

The video itself seems very well made and certainly the work of professional film-makers. It starts by mentioning Nintendo's history in gaming and then begins revealing Revolution. The Logo Nintendo ON is prominently displayed and the first shock comes from a headset unit which looks like virtual reality headgear.



According to the video the headset will serve as the brain of the unit providing the images of the game for the gamer and surround sound but will also utilize an environment capture feature which will use information about the user's position and movement in-game. The device will also contain an embedded microphone for use in-game.
The images of the game will be provided via a pair of adjustable visors on the headset. The headset will rest on top of the console when not in use.

The animated demonstration of how all the hardware will work in tandem is very exciting and really gets us all worked up about the potential of Revolution.

The video also showcases another Revolution feature which will also be a major part of Microsoft's campaign for XBox 360; customization.



It seems that Nintendo will also offer gamers faceplates for the console and some of them seem... interesting.

The timing of the video seems right since it was discovered soon after Microsoft released the full specification lists for its XBox 360 hardware but its authenticity will definitely remain in doubt until Nintendo reveals more details next week at E3 2005.



if you google some of the text im sure youll be able to find the site and view the screens, i cant get the imbedding picture fucntions to work properly

furhter searching has revealed that it is in fact fake, but hey still looks damn cool
http://cube.ign.com/articles/613/613578p1.html
theres the video.

wow that video was great xD, i dont like how mario looks though xD lol but is still cool :guitar:
 
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