Ok, what in the name of Bill and Ted is going on? Nintendo’s new controller is modeled after a TV remote control? How is being modeled after a 20 year old invention supposed to new and innovated? And why do I need my other hand free when playing videogames? Oh ya! So I can pet my cat and chop onions while I play. This is a great Invention If you got your arm blown off in WWII. Thank goodness for third party controllers that will make a two handed one. On another subject "let’s rehash Snake again in another Metal Gear and let’s make him old as dirt." That is one of the most ignorant ideas I’ve heard since that retarded controller. MGS2 was cool because you played as someone rather then Snake, but everyone whined and moaned that Raiden was a jackass. Now Metal Gear is just an money making sequel cranker. I wouldn’t have said this two years ago, but it’s a good thing that Microsoft is in the consol game, so I can play reliable games with both of my hands.
After all the E3 coverage of the next-gen system, the game I’m looking forward the most looks like it belongs on the Psone. Namco X Capcom combines the old to new school characters from both franchises. Mega Man vs. King, Dig Dug vs. Ryu, almost everyone from all Namco & Capcom games! The art style looks to be in a humorous anime form. The kicker is that its not the two-on-two fighting of past capcom crossovers. It’s all in Final Fantasy Tactics/ Front Mission type strategy RPG. It is funny that I am the most excited about a 2D game then the PS3. Hopefully NXC will be released in the USA soon. Check out the WMP Trailer 1 and Trailer 2.
Start saving up now. PS3 is comming out in 2006 and is ready to blow away the competition. It will use a new blu-ray disk that can hold 6x more data then a DVD. With its 1080p my HD TV can be put to good use. It has backwards compatibility to the old PS 0ne and PS2 games. It will also have up to 7 controllers slots! The font on the top of the PS3 looks like the same font used in the the Spiderman movies. Anyways, one word…SHWEETA! Thanks to www.ign.com for the info.