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Nintnedo Revolution Controller

Discussion in 'The Players Club' started by funbob, Sep 17, 2005.

  1. funbob

    funbob do a lil' dance

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  2. Berzerker10mm

    Berzerker10mm

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    The reason it has a the two parts are wired is so you can buy other components to attach to the main remote looking thing. I think its a cool idea but I will probably get crap for saying that lol. Basically with the two parts connected it is perfect for shooters(because of the 3d space motion sensing thingy). So if you are a good shooter in real life, you will most likey be very good at a shooter on the rev. No clunky joysticks, its more like a mouse, people that play CS:S will probably know why a computer mouse is better than joysticks.

    Well these are my thoughts.
     


  3. funbob

    funbob do a lil' dance

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    I do think it's going to be quite a revolution (pardon the pun) in input for console devices. The main reason I've never been into consoles is because I have felt that the keyboard and mouse is a superior means of input than a simple controller in any type of game, especially shooters. This may change my opinion.