GamesIndustry yesterday reported
on another set of leaked Nintendo Revolution specs. Whether or not the specs are real is besides the point. What is interesting is that Nintendo has firmly declared that the Revolution will not be HD compatible; putting it at odds with the Xbox360 and the PS3. What Nintendo does claim is that, "With the technology being built into the Revolution, we believe the games will look brilliant and play brilliantly. This can all be done without HD." I'm all for that. If the Revolution costs less, is cheaper to develop for, and looks great to the average gamer, then why not? I see it in a music analogy: Only the true audiophiles can tell the difference between CD quality music, an iPod, or a record. For the average music lover (me), I can't tell the difference and I don't want to. Does it sound good? Yes. Then that's all I care about. Same goes with graphics in games.
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