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#1 13 years ago

For some reason, I doubt that the pics obtained by IGN and many others arent quite true for the console. Remember the NintendoON video? That seems to be a more likely design by far. Throughout the whole Nintendo conference, Reggie was making references to a "Right/Left Brain " certainly this has something to do with the "Brain" used to describe the console in the video? Its also names of the 2 hemispheres of the human brain, which is what the console looks like. Also, the video would have taken months to make. I dont think anyone could have done that and It looks inhumanely professional. A trackback from the NintendoON domain (Now taken by IGN) which was registered sometime this month reveals the buyer of the domain to be located in Redmond, Washington, The Headquarters of Nintendo, AND Microsoft. With this gleaned information we can deduce many things. 1) Microsoft is trying to make the Revolution look bad...(only it succeeded in doing the opposite) 2) Nintendo is leaking information onto the Net to "Spicen things up" for the launch of the "Revolution" 3) A marketing ploy 4) It could be the "Revolution" itself... I managed to obtain this information from the video: -In the scene when it shows an "ON" with 2 arrows pointing out from it, it leads to a gamecube, and a "Revolution" like device, which seems to have the same shape as the "Revolution" itself. - 2 crypts: 002,150,014 211,348,824 It also seems kind of strange with Nintendo seemingly diverting all attention away from the Revolution with their new "Micro" system. Heres something else, "Iwata-san was quoted saying that a hint of what the revolution of the Nintendo revolution is lies in the design of the DS." 2 screens... Reggie and Iwata both had a smirk on their face at the conferences that clearly stated "They don't know whats coming" or something close to it. Maybe...just maybe, we've been fooled. Not only that, IGN hasnt yet put up their "Revolution" section. Recall that IGN is working with Nintendo to set up the wireless network for the Nintendo DS. Could this be covering something up? Nintendo's site had weird videos 2 days before the conferences, with a main focus on eyes including a closeup of Reggie's Eyes... A user by the name of Aries has been going around posting information about the Nintendo Revolution long before it was shown at Nintendo's conference. They correctly made many predictions about the system... Again, these are thoughts, pure thoughts. Call me a psychopath if you wish, but I highly doubt Nintendo would come out with a black box.




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#2 13 years ago

what? then why did they show the *black box* at E3?Because they wanted to lie? Watch E3 on G4 @ 7pm EST. Then you will see.




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#3 13 years ago
t0mFor some reason, I doubt that the pics obtained by IGN and many others arent quite true for the console. Remember the NintendoON video? That seems to be a more likely design by far. Throughout the whole Nintendo conference, Reggie was making references to a "Right/Left Brain " certainly this has something to do with the "Brain" used to describe the console in the video? Its also names of the 2 hemispheres of the human brain, which is what the console looks like. Also, the video would have taken months to make. I dont think anyone could have done that and It looks inhumanely professional. A trackback from the NintendoON domain (Now taken by IGN) which was registered sometime this month reveals the buyer of the domain to be located in Redmond, Washington, The Headquarters of Nintendo, AND Microsoft. With this gleaned information we can deduce many things. 1) Microsoft is trying to make the Revolution look bad...(only it succeeded in doing the opposite) 2) Nintendo is leaking information onto the Net to "Spicen things up" for the launch of the "Revolution" 3) A marketing ploy 4) It could be the "Revolution" itself... I managed to obtain this information from the video: -In the scene when it shows an "ON" with 2 arrows pointing out from it, it leads to a gamecube, and a "Revolution" like device, which seems to have the same shape as the "Revolution" itself. - 2 crypts: 002,150,014 211,348,824 It also seems kind of strange with Nintendo seemingly diverting all attention away from the Revolution with their new "Micro" system. Heres something else, "Iwata-san was quoted saying that a hint of what the revolution of the Nintendo revolution is lies in the design of the DS." 2 screens... Reggie and Iwata both had a smirk on their face at the conferences that clearly stated "They don't know whats coming" or something close to it. Maybe...just maybe, we've been fooled. Not only that, IGN hasnt yet put up their "Revolution" section. Recall that IGN is working with Nintendo to set up the wireless network for the Nintendo DS. Could this be covering something up? Nintendo's site had weird videos 2 days before the conferences, with a main focus on eyes including a closeup of Reggie's Eyes... A user by the name of Aries has been going around posting information about the Nintendo Revolution long before it was shown at Nintendo's conference. They correctly made many predictions about the system... Again, these are thoughts, pure thoughts. Call me a psychopath if you wish, but I highly doubt Nintendo would come out with a black box.

:lookaround:

never looked at it that way.




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#4 13 years ago
IaMth3Gh0sTwhat? then why did they show the *black box* at E3?Because they wanted to lie? Watch E3 on G4 @ 7pm EST. Then you will see.

A diversion of sorts...all I see is a box with a couple of lights...nothing dealing with graphics. :lookaround:




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#5 13 years ago
t0mA diversion of sorts...all I see is a box with a couple of lights...nothing dealing with graphics. :lookaround:

They showed footage from Metroid Prime 3.




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#6 13 years ago

Easily rendered and saved on a disk. It wasnt running from the system itself, just a development pc or a disk.