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ciff
04-08-2006, 03:26 PM
Hi all,
Just spotted this link from Revo-europe.com

http://www.endangeredgamer.blogspot.com/

'In a rather surprising turn of events, the first screenshots of a Revolution title were released today, thanks to Game Informer magazine. The title in question is Red Steel, created by Ubisoft. Head inside for the visual delights.'

Looks pretty cool, haven't looked through it propperly yet, thought i'd wack it on the forums ASAP, lol. Not looking too shabby tho, and might actually be a good title, fingers crossed.
Chris. :thumbsup:

tufif
04-08-2006, 03:36 PM
Looks pretty cool, I can't wait to try out that controler!

Nichod
04-08-2006, 03:39 PM
Nice! I'll go out and say that I think the Revolution is going to shock the hell out of sony and ms on how well it will do.

mike0006
04-08-2006, 03:47 PM
You mean Nintendo is blasting out game shots for the first time and they aren't even about Mario? For shame...

r3mix
04-08-2006, 03:53 PM
!! That looks so fun! I really hope it really is as fun as it looks. I agree with Nichod, I think it definitely has the potential to shock alot of people.

ciff
04-08-2006, 03:59 PM
http://uk.revolution.ign.com/articles/700/700748p1.html Some info on Ign revolution also, sounds like Ubisoft are really doing good with this one, did't expect it to be a lunch title either. Hope they don't rush it for launch, much rather have late and good than early and pants, but would possibly be a good title to have at launch if they can pull it of.
Chris.

ParamountCell
04-08-2006, 04:16 PM
Hi all,
Just spotted this link from Revo-europe.com

http://www.endangeredgamer.blogspot.com/

'In a rather surprising turn of events, the first screenshots of a Revolution title were released today, thanks to Game Informer magazine. The title in question is Red Steel, created by Ubisoft. Head inside for the visual delights.'

Looks pretty cool, haven't looked through it propperly yet, thought i'd wack it on the forums ASAP, lol. Not looking too shabby tho, and might actually be a good title, fingers crossed.
Chris. :thumbsup:

hi there ciff, yea the game lookx cool, especially the gameplay elements.

there is already a thread on this game though.


http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthread.php?t=342967&page=1&pp=15

rocarpen
04-08-2006, 04:17 PM
Man, out of all the next-gen systems, the Revolution has me the most interested by far. Great price point, potentially awesome new interface, huge library of Nintendo properties you know are going to be amazing. Can't wait to see how things shape up!

Nichod
04-08-2006, 04:42 PM
This Nintendo Minute perfectly says my opinion on Nintendo and the Revolution:


This week's question: Despite being technically inferior, the DS is outpacing the PSP in sales. Do you think the Revolution can best 360 and PS3 in a similar manner? Nintendo says it's going for a different market and we understand that, but talking sheer numbers, do you believe Revolution can become the sales leader? Why or why not?</B>


George Harrison, senior vice President of marketing, Nintendo of America: First, let me dissect your question a little bit. Yes, we want to expand the total game market to people who've stopped playing regularly, or who've never played before. But that's only half the goal. The other half is to bring compelling new experiences even to the most avid gamers. If we achieve both goals, yes, there's no reason we can't compete favorably with any competitor.

Secondly, you define the debate as one of graphical attributes. We don't. We don't believe graphic realism will be the deciding factor of success for the new consoles. It's like saying Van Gogh's paintings are 'graphically inferior' because they're not photorealistic depictions. But more importantly, remember how the PSP was marketed: as a device to bring the console experience to handhelds. In many ways, we've done that -- but I wonder right now whether they believe that's enough.

In contrast, our strategy has been to give the DS software (http://revolution.ign.com/articles/693/693362p1.html#) that's designed from the ground up a chance to shine with the new attributes of that system. I think that's why it's selling so well. The combined software and hardware deliver new kinds of experiences that appeal to so many portable players. The success of DS has many people looking at Nintendo in a new way. They're imagining the possibilities. Revolution's success will come from the fact that it'll bring a similar blast of creativity to the industry, while also lowering development costs. We'll have new and classic franchises, downloadable access for 20 years of great games and a controller that raises the bar for interactivity. It's this range