Wednesday, June 15, 2005

I'm Back

Well, I'm back and ready to rock. Guatemala was great, by the way, it was a mission trip not a vacation. Anyway, I am now ready to update you with all of the latest revolution news, although, it seems like not much as happened over the 2 weeks I've been gone. I've been checking the internet nearly everyday, yes, Guatemala has internet. I'll be updating daily if need be starting now.

14 Comments:

Anonymous Gamephoria said...

Hey, nice to see you back, glad the trip went good. Just wish more stuff had happened in the last couple of weeks...come on people, we need fresh rumors!

6/15/2005 2:56 PM  
Anonymous Nomadx469 said...

Welcome back man.

6/15/2005 3:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There's something very strange that I saw in the Nintendo Patents. The patent by Nintendo was for an apparatus for inducing attitudinal head movements. What it seems to mean is that the "apparatus" will make you feel something. Now this could be the feeling that Nintendo's slogan "Touching is good, but feeling is better" implies. Any comments?

6/15/2005 8:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you look at this month's EGM, it goes-in detail- over the XBOX360. What it said: comparitively poor graphics (equal only to RE4), XBOX360 online still costs money, price around $350, HDtv (don't get me started on why this is a bad idead), and it's not backwards compatible. Microsoft is going to be screwed. Now all Nintendo has to do is beat Sony. I was gonna say "long live the revolution" in Spanish (in honor of your trip) but the only foreign language I know is German.

6/15/2005 8:20 PM  
Anonymous Dan said...

welcome back, say, did you encounter people there who were called the "Wells of Hope"?

6/15/2005 8:54 PM  
Blogger Nomadx469 said...

hey check this. mario 128 heading for the revolution


http://cube.ign.com/articles/625/625747p1.html

6/15/2005 10:43 PM  
Anonymous gamephoria said...

After refusing to show Mario 128 at E3 for a few years now, it's already pretty obvious it's a Revolution project. Just hope it's worth all it's hype..

6/15/2005 11:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's better if it's on the Revolution, it will make the new system more desirable, thus boosting sales. Also, if anyone is an IGN insider, please explain this new article I saw called something like the "New Wave of Gaming: Revolution." It's on the GCN homepage.

6/16/2005 12:06 AM  
Blogger Phalanx said...

Hey, glad to see the support. I have a question, did anyone read the engadget rumor leak post?

http://gaming.engadget.com/

It is the 6th post down. Where did it originally come from? The source says "Own One"

6/16/2005 3:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The IGN article is just a rant with no new info.

6/16/2005 9:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know the Revolution is WiFi, but has anyone heard if Nintendo is putting an ethernet port on it?

6/16/2005 10:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, it's great that you've been keeping the blog back. welcome back, and i just wanted to see what you thought of something, there's some speculation about it on the nintendo boards, but here it is: www.neurosky.com

6/16/2005 11:26 AM  
Blogger Phalanx said...

The Neurosky thing is interesting, but I would be very very surprised if it ever came true for the Revolution.

6/16/2005 4:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The neurosky thing could explain the patent for an apparatus for inducing attitudal head movements, but I would be very surprised if the Revolution used that.

6/16/2005 11:20 PM  

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