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 Oct 18, 2005 - 01:00 PM - by Michael
* 1up goes on about Revolution

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Revolution - it's nifty, but I think 1up are going a bit overboard. Maybe.

People are unsurprisingly freaked out about what the television-remote-style controller means for traditional game genres, but gaming has arguably been hurtling towards a tangent like this for ages. The industry -- and surprisingly, Sega in particular -- has flirted with similar technology on and off since the NES days. Revolution simply represents the most logical, thoughtful application of the ideology. The existence of Mattel's infamous Power Glove means much more than just a failed accessory now.

 

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