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 Mar 11, 2005 - 02:35 PM - by Michael
* Revolution to have Wifi?

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Gamecube/Nintendo
The BBC's got new statements from Nintendo: Revolution will play Gamecube games, and have built-in Wi-Fi.

Nintendo's latest handheld games device, the DS, also comes with a version of wi-fi built-in, and Mr Iwata said Nintendo will offer a free net connection service to DS owners, enabling them to play games against each other at no charge.

The Nintendo DS is now on sale in Europe.

Mr Iwata said that Nintendo has already sold four million of the devices in Japan and America, where it went on sale 16 weeks ago.
Wow.

If it comes to pass, and *IF* they can get the third-party support to come back, Nintendo might be able to be more of a contender in the next generation.
 

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