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Tuesday, April 19, 2005

Yeah...sure...I bet...

According to Eurogamer, Nintendo's Revolution (and possible Mario 128) won't be making an appearence at E3 due to the fact that it's so revolutionary. That was the same reason Mario 128 wasn't shown at a previous E3. Are they serious? I hope they're not having a hard time with the Revolution. While this doesn't sound too well for Nintendo, I just hope that what ever they're planning isn't too revolutionary that it isn't accessible and isn't hard to program for. It needs to be easy for the oh-so-important 3rd party developers to be able to port existing games to or build new ones for. I think they can pull this off but they need to give us some sign of life, a screenshot or something to let us know that things will be alright.



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