Nintendo Revolution Controller finally revealed at TGS 2005 - Pictures, Details and Videos GameCube - Nintendo Revolution
So IGN was able to film what we presume is the promo video for the Nintendo Revolution controller at what we also presume was the Nintendo event at the Tokyo Game Show. We encourage you to watch it for yourselves, but let us just say this: whereas it does indeed seem like a good idea, it's pretty idealistic for Nintendo to assume this controller can accurately track the device's position in real space as demonstrated in the video; and maybe even assumptive that gamers would rather flick their wrist a thousand times making Mario jump rather than pressing a button. That said, we can't wait until the moment when we too can wirelessly drill video game teeth like that one dude.
The entire industry has been clamouring for a taste of Nintendo's so-called next-generation 'revolution.' So have we. Every time Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has opened his mouth, he underscored time and time again Nintendo would not be following the traditional path of a new console. Rumours have persisted for weeks about touch screens, gyroscope functions, virtual headsets, and everything else under the sun.Today at the Tokyo Game Show, Nintendo finally revealed their big secret to the world. IGN and 1UP.com have seen it, touched it, and played games with it. More Pictures:Looks like a simply remote control, but it's trickier: there's high tech inside. Click on the images to view Nintendo Revolution section.