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 Jul 25, 2005 - 02:00 PM - by Michael
* Revolution controller specs and more

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Spong.com's got some word from Miyamoto on that mysterious Revolution controller as well as some other tidbits.

Speaking of Technology, Miyamoto-san confirmes that he?s looking to work more with Stage Debut, Nintendo?s face-mapping system and, on the Revolution controller, says, ?Well, of course, the idea is that the Revolution will sell and sell and sell so it becomes the standard in the industry. However, at least for the launch period...we designed the controller so it can play any of the different conventional styles. After all, we are talking about it playing games from our past machines. So don't worry.?

 

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