Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Nin-Sider Updates Again

Here is what he had to say to some questions:

czajnik said...
Hi, could you please confirm or deny the usage of any kind of virtual reality helmet? I mean something close to what was in the ON video.

It's not going to be like in the Nintendo ON vid.
Anonymous said...
ok so the revoluton won't have HD and doesn't need it, so why will the revoultion be able to hook up to ur computer screen is there ne special reason to this at all?

You know, television screens don't differ too much with computer screens. Let's just say this technique can be showed on both...
Regnil of the sky said...
So... branching off on your answer to R-UNITs question about HD where you said that it wouldn't really be needed to display the Revolutions graphics and to "think outside the box", are you hinting that the revolution won't be displayed on a TV screen but may be, say, projected onto a wall or seen through some kind of virtual reality device as seen in the ON video? Thanks.

Nah, that's the complete other side. People tend to believe this ON video, but I can assure you it won't be like that. Who would want that anyway? Walking through your own house every time blasting metroids? No way!

Grum said...
Slightly offtopic here but who do you believe the "Deeper Throat" person to be?

Just a kid messing around.

Alexander said...
Do you know if there will be a headset or a keyboard for online playing? Or will there be a special way to type in letters quickly? You know, it takes a lot of time to write a letter in animal crossing, so i think chatting won't be possible.

A microphone will be available, one of the last decisions is if it will be in the controller or not. My guess is it will be in. For text chat you could use your DS. You could also 'aim' for letters with the controller (gyration), but I don't know if that will be in. Might be some issues with that one.

shade said...

about the cooling technology.. will it be from innovatek?
someone said he saw that information on the official E3 page that an innovatek representative spilled the beans about that.

Hmmm, sorry, I really don't know. Can you give me some more information about the technology used?
R-UNIT said...

Sorry, me again. Do you know if any type of screen will be on the controller? Also, have you heard about Nintendo changing it's stance on HD? IS there a chance for high-def gaming on Revolution, or is it already set in stone?

There will be some sort of 'screen' on the controller. It won't be a screen as on a DS... It will be interactive though, and with haptic feedback, for sure.
And about HD... Well, I don't care really. HD won't be needed for the Revolutions graphics, that's all I can say... 'think outside the box'.
MSG said...

Thx for your answer.

1. So you think the poster is real? But theres standing March 2006? On which wall would Nintendo hang a poster wheres standing "March 2006"? Dont sounds possible for me.
2. Will the "Revolution" in the Controller be something "easy"? So will it be similar to the old controller setting or somethint total new?

The first poster is real. I guess this one will be printed in magazines, around Xbox launch. Why should March 2006 be a problem? Gamers will know what it's about if they see the Revo contours and the word 'revolution' in blue...
The controller will be easy, of course. All access gaming is possible because of the easy way of controlling games. It will be new, but think about it as the analog stick, which was new and easy to use.
Anonymous said...

u said deeper throat was a fake

what do u think about seriousgamer007? is there ne truth behind ne of this claims?

I haven't been following his rumours. His name is enough to disbelieve him.
Mattias said...

In an estimate, can you give a figure of how much cheaper the Nintendo Revolution will be compared to the PS3 or the XBox360?

I don't know the prices of PS3 and Xbox360, but Revolution will be the cheapest of the three, in a price range from 200-250 dollars.
Anonymous said...

also what do u think about team beta?


and i think that someone at the nsider forums said that out of all the controler mock ups out there one of them was actually a leak of the real thing? can u approve this?

Revdeveloper is fake. People, please, read the stuff they are saying... Look at these lines:
-Nintendo's Next-Gen console WILL be the most powerful console of all time.
-Downloadable 1st party games are FREE.

There are more things that are fake, but these were made public by Nintendo. It won't be the most powerful console in terms of clockrates and such. The real controller is not 'leaked' yet, but some mock ups are pretty close
Regnil of the sky said...

Do you know alot about the new smash bros, and if you do could you elaborate on the new features and characters please? thanks.

It's made by 1 team (Not by a couple of teams, as Team beta wants you to believe). I don't know very much about it, but it is going to be awesome. It will make use of most new controller functions. It will be great. You'll have to wait a little longer for more info.
Regnil of the sky said...

also, what do you think of this n-game being played and, this n-game site in particular: http://inmhs.blogspot.com/

Hmm, the N-game. It's pretty interesting, but some people are seeing hints everywhere. 'O look a cat! It must be a hint to 'feeling' the game!'. Some of the N-game might be true though... ;)
MR.?? said...

Can you elaborate more on the Capabilities of the Revolution Network Connection? Obviously it is to be quite potent potent in its capabilities to deliver a satsfying expierience but can we expect something that will compete with this generations X-Box live service? Also will the Revolution and the DS connection (we all know there is gonna be one) be utilized more by third party developers? It seemed that the GBA-GC connection was overlooked by many.

The cube-GBA connection wasn't too good. You'd have to buy the cable connecting both, you mostly had to buy both the cube and GBA version of a game, and so forth. The DS connection will be much better, especially because you can download DS demo's via Nintendo's online service. The service will be awesome. It starts up with the latest news and demo's, you can see if friends are online... Stuff like that. I don't know if third parties will use the connectivity. I guess the first party games will feature it a lot more.
Anonymous said...

Hey Nin-sider I'm just wondering how does the Revolution compare to the PS3 I know you said its defenitely more powerful than 360 but what about the PS3?

It's not 'defenitely more powerful' than 360, but it can surely compete with it. PS3 will be stronger if you look at clockrates, but the Revolution does some things a little different.


Interesting quote

"There will be some sort of 'screen' on the controller. It won't be a screen as on a DS... It will be interactive though, and with haptic feedback, for sure."

Wow, this surprised me, alot.

He also said Revdeveloper is a fake, meaning, if you trust Nin-Sider more than Revdeveloper is a fake, however, it could be the other way around which is quite a paradigm.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, revdeveloper said some things which appear to be fake. Like the free games and stuff..

6/28/2005 11:30 AM  
Blogger Regnil of the sky said...

I find Nin-Sider to be much more believable than most of the other "insiders".

6/28/2005 12:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, I just thought you may be interested, I justed read a thread on the NOA forums, saying that Deeperthroat has a blog now

6/28/2005 12:32 PM  
Anonymous DlphnMod said...

These people may get a few things right but they are all just speculating. No one really knows anything for sure.

6/28/2005 12:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

im pretty sure that was a joke but i might haev read it wrong

6/28/2005 12:51 PM  

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