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Old 09-16-05, 07:27 AM   #25
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If you got "The Revolution controller is perfect" from what I posted, well...you're beyond help, kiddo. Not like you had much hope to begin with.
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Old 09-16-05, 07:27 AM   #26
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I must say, there is one area....say you want to get a chick off with a dildo?

Or, say you're jacking off an in-game character for the hot french vanilla espresso mod?

Or, you put the controller to your waist, and start gettin a chick doggie style....mmm...yeah the controller would be alright for that
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Old 09-16-05, 07:29 AM   #27
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I must say, there is one area....say you want to get a chick off with a dildo?

Or, say you're jacking off an in-game character for the hot french vanilla espresso mod?

Or, you put the controller to your waist, and start gettin a chick doggie style....mmm...yeah the controller would be alright for that
Please oldsk00l, you're supposed to be an adult, right? What is your problem? You didn't even read the article, did you? If you did, what leads you to believe that this is a "horrible flaming trainwreck" or whatever?

Do you guys play video games because it's a fashion show or because you like having fun? It seems to me to be the former for many of you.
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Old 09-16-05, 07:34 AM   #28
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If you got "The Revolution controller is perfect" from what I posted, well...you're beyond help, kiddo. Not like you had much hope to begin with.
I have yet to see you post anything critical about the controller. Not anything like "oh they should change this" or "I think this is a feature that could of been improved".

Not to mention that you resort to insults if somebody disagree's with your opinion on how great the controller is...

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Do you guys play video games because it's a fashion show or because you like having fun? It seems to me to be the former for many of you.
Fun gameplay and great storyline is the number 1 most important features for me for gaming. With that in mind I still don't see how the Revolution's controller could impact any of that versus the controllers we use now.
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Old 09-16-05, 07:42 AM   #29
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I hate that, when someone takes what you haven't said it turns into something else you haven't said either.

Guys Ninja is right, you haven't tried this thing, it's one thing to be skeptical, its another to claim its a train wreck before you've tried it. The video on IGN really helps out.
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Guys Ninja is right, you haven't tried this thing, it's one thing to be skeptical, its another to claim its a train wreck before you've tried it. The video on IGN really helps out.
While I haven't tried nintendos one handed controller out, I have tried many different ones in the past. The PSOne had one early ony and it was horrible.
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No you don't, Insider is only for the larger resolution.
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Guys Ninja is right, you haven't tried this thing, it's one thing to be skeptical, its another to claim its a train wreck before you've tried it.
I am being skeptical. I am basing my opinion on the previews I've read, screenshots I've seen, and videos I've watched. So far everything I've seen of the Revolution's controller I have not liked. That may change when I get one.
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I have yet to see you post anything critical about the controller. Not anything like "oh they should change this" or "I think this is a feature that could of been improved".
How can I criticize something I know almost nothing about? Not to mention have had no opportunity to use and analyze! You expect me to criticize something based on a couple of photographs and a brief article (which is overwhelmingly positive)? Sorry, can't do it.
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Not to mention that you resort to insults if somebody disagree's with your opinion on how great the controller is...
Not an insult, more of a sarcastic remark which is very much in order considering how much I hate it when people put words in my mouth - which you've done yet again here. I never said it was a great controller, I said don't say it's a "train wreck" until you actually use it, and to top it all off, I wasn't even talking to you when I said that.
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Please oldsk00l, you're supposed to be an adult, right? What is your problem? You didn't even read the article, did you? If you did, what leads you to believe that this is a "horrible flaming trainwreck" or whatever?

Do you guys play video games because it's a fashion show or because you like having fun? It seems to me to be the former for many of you.
Look man, I read the article...and it just seems hokey.

I know that I would totally hate it, and it just does not seem suitable for the kinds of games that I play. I am also thinking you'll have to get the extra dongle for "ninchaku" mode as a seperate accessory...for games like Metroid prime.

If it were bundled with the unit, then ok hey it might be alright. If not, then it's a horrible flaming train wreck, and the only real adult application for this kind of controller is...well....adult content

The sword thing is cool, and honestly it might open up some innovative fighting combos. However developers aren't going to be a fan of this thing, and neither are the bigger studios who budget on "risk" as the revolution will be a high risk system. While this may churn out innovation, it's only going to be in tiny morsels..and I hope to god that it's enough revenue to keep Nintendo afloat...really...I do.

I'm just cynical is all, and this whole thing I'm taking with a grain of salt as to its accuracy, reliability, and popularity.
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