Revolution to play Genesis, TurboGrafx games

BoriquaSNK

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The pricepoint would probably be similar to mobile games. $3.95-9.95 per game download, with the option of subscription games for $1.95-3.95 per month.

Great news though.
 

wizkid007

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Dinodoedoe said:
You make no fucking sense.

WTF are you smoking. By them offering more then there own catalog it shows that they are doing something right, hence the threat from sony. Man your daft.
 

roninbuddha

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one of the best things i;ve heard all month..

im a happy boi..

Soldier Blade, Parodius (hopefully) and Gunstar Heroes in one system, SWEEET...
 

ferrarimanf355

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Kim _Kaphwan said:
and at the price the revolution is slated to be selling at there's no reason not to get it.
IDK, how about a lack of a real controller? :conf:
I can't believe Sega is doing this. Do they have no shame? :oh_no: I'll be atoning for my sins, since the Rapture will be happening tomorrow...
 

Neoray

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Hopefully some third party company will comeout with a real and better controller to play all those games.
 

Metal Fatigue

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Buro Destruct said:
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You don't know what this did to me....
 

Robert

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I never lost faith in Nintendo, and today it proves me I was right.
 

Metal Fatigue

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ferrarimanf355 said:
IDK, how about a lack of a real controller? :conf:
I can't believe Sega is doing this. Do they have no shame? :oh_no: I'll be atoning for my sins, since the Rapture will be happening tomorrow...

Riiiiiight, are people still this fucking stupid? you really think there isn't going to be an option for a regular cube controller to be used or some sort of shell like they mentioned 564564565476 times?
 

Kid Aphex

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Honestly, I don't see what the problem with the controller is?
You turn it on its side and its a regular NES pad?
What're you guys whining about?
A wireless NES pad?
GEE, BIG PROBLEMS WITH THAT.

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BBH

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so where's chimpmeister? wait, forget I said anything.
 

hanafuda

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The Revolution is fast becoming my most wanted next generation console.
 

Takumaji

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Great news... ...I guess.

For me, it all depends on how I will be able to play these old Nintendo or Sega games.

I would not support some half-assed pay-per-play or play-on-demand crap, I want to download each title separately and play them offline as often and as long as I want, that's all.

Oh, and a word to those who complain about the "remote control", IMO it's crystal clear that this controller is just one of many controller options, so please stop whining, it's getting old.
 
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