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marcello (Sep 16, 2005) — edit
\"at a glance\"
\"The Possibilities\"
Keynote video
third partys
marcello (Sep 16, 2005)
drawn in 27 min
Maiko (Sep 16, 2005)
Nintendo on crack! D:
ArchMageZeratuL (Sep 16, 2005)
I hope they finally go bankrupt. Everything since the SNES (sans F-Zero) sucked. >_>
Ty854 (Sep 16, 2005)
Woot... A DVD remote... >_>
Anna (Sep 16, 2005)
:-D It's cute.
Ty854 (Sep 16, 2005)
It will be kinda cool for FPS's I guess.
HunterKiller_ (Sep 16, 2005)
No way Zeratul, how could you say that, man. Nintendo started it all, Nintendo is the mother of gaming.
*All hail Nintendo*
sincity (Sep 16, 2005)
crazy. Will it cook my dinner too? :}
Ty854 (Sep 18, 2005)
Well, if they went bankrupt...they would still make games... and i don't think they will go bankrupt anytime soon, theyre still leaders in handhelds (I think).
darkshadow (edited Sep 20, 2005)
hail Nintendo long live the queen Hunterkiller is right!! and i like the 64 games and system also the gamecube is made for younger gamers aka people under the age of 15. but it still has the old school game titles. i have been waiting for the new zelda game forever "Twilight prince " . out of the new systems i am going to get a XBOX 360 amd the Revolution. the Revolution will let you play all of the old games one their servers. also i hate the playstation so to each their own. all hail Nintendo V_V
Noremac (Sep 28, 2005)
actually no... nintendo didnt start it all... they basically started the launch of house titles at least they actually made a console that was good. but i gotta say, SNK NeoGeo was the shit, even though expensive it had better technology for its time. while nintendo was diddlying with 16 bit, neogeo was already at 24. and they had an intergrated cartridge/arcade memory card. nintendo was nice, but i like SNK and Sega better.
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