Chris Morris over at CNN Money got his hands on the Nintendo’s Revolution controller and took it for a spin. Even though it was a near final prototype, he seemed to like, especially noting that it gave him a whole new edge in console FPS action, which was never a strong point of his. That experience is shared by Nintendo’s own president, Satoru Iwata, stating: “I’ve never been able to control a first-person shooter, but as soon as I used the Revolution controller, I found it very easy to control the game.” The truth comes out! Iwata expects the controller to become the standard for video games, and that it could bridge the gap between gamers and non gamers. The article goes on to predict a next year launch that mirrors that of Sony’s PS3, but all will be divulged in May before E3. Luckily Nintendo promises to keep information flowing on the Revolution leading up to the launch — whenever that might be.
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