So was buying a Wii... right?Takao said:I think I said I was out, but I'm out for sure if that controller is close to real. Buying this platform will be a ticking time bomb and I don't want to waste my money.
Best controller everGvaz said:
civilstrife said:What happens after that?
Skiesofwonder said:Posting prediction here for the potential lols in a few months- Cafe will not be the final name.More like sweet vindication!!
me too totally what i hoped for when they said the controller has a screen. also this controller is a mock up it's not real guys it's simply the closest mockup to the controller for a console that'll release next year and has lots of time for alterations.El Sloth said:Looks like a futuristic Gameboy handheld.
I dig it.
between the reactions to ngp,3ds launch and this , it totally has felt like i've entered a time warp these last few months here on gaf.cuevas said:Like everyone loves to point out "THATS WHAT THEY SAID ABOUT THE WII!!!!"
udivision said:You're so wrong about that. Now excuse me while I go find my Dolphin game collection to play on my Revolution. I think I placed it near my Nitro stuff...
Say what now? Didn't see this in OP I don't think.Nirolak said:After 20,000 posts, the database calls necessary to pull the entire thread start to lead to 500 errors.
Since we got major new news and Nintendo is likely to announce this is about 24 hours, we figured we would head it off so we didn't have to cut the discussion during a major posting session.
The Wiimote is uncomfortable as fuck sideways if your hands are larger than a small child's.Dissonance said:The Wiimote looked very uncomfortable at first but the damn thing literally melted in your hands. I hope this new tablet controller is the same.
mantidor said:what? The GameCube controller is amazing, the thing melts in your hands. The only uncomfortable controller would be the NES one.
SmithnCo said:Keep dreaming that dream.
TwinIonEngines said:Ergonomic design is not either of those controllers' weak points. Their biggest problem was being significantly out of spec for the dominant software development paradigm.