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 Dec 08, 2005 - 04:26 PM - by Michael
* Revolution easy to port?

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Word from 1up.com: Nintendo is trying to make the Revolution into a machine easy to write ports for.

Not sure how possible this is with the hardware difference... though it might help for older games getting retranslated.

Then again, that's bound to create similar situations that have occurred with multi-platform development currently, where companies simply emphasized work on PlayStation 2 and Xbox (where much of the money was) and left many GameCube ports to languish unpolished. With Revolution's interface providing a whole new obstacle, watching developers work around should prove interesting.

 

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