Just a thought: with the other two next-gen consoles boasting huge processors that will undoubtedly pump out heat, surely the Revolutions small size - 3 stacked DVD cases, will limit the possibility of a powerful machine ie. how can you cool a powerful proccessor in a tiny box?
I'm well aware of Nintendos policy of gameplay not graphics which i completely agree with, but surely in the fight for its old spot of no. 1 in the home console market, its gonna need a machine with a good graphical punch to convince the casual gamers out there.
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