Twilight Princess And The Revolution Controller

Source: Mozlapunk
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The Dutch gamesite Gamer claims that the latest issue of British Nintendo magazine NGC has exclusive news: when played on a Revolution through backwards compability, the upcoming GameCube title Legend Of Zelda: Twilight Princess should be able to use exclusive features straight with the Revolution controller.

According to Gamer, NGC says that the reason Shigeru Miyamoto and Aonuma wanted to pospone the release date of the game to next year, was to implent some exclusive features that can be controlled using the Revolution controller, the already famous 'remote' controller.

According to Gamer, and thus NGC, the game still remains a GameCube title. We can already imagine a fishing game or fighting with your sword using the Revolution controller, and we hope the controller will be intergrated in the game instead of a selection of mini games. What this means for both the release date of the Revolution and the game itself, is still unknown.

 Various other sources, like scans of the NGC magazine in question, reveal the truth behind this all. We can confirm that indeed, Twilight Princess will come out around the same time as the Revolution (according to NGC around November 2006) and that it will be playable with the Revolution controller.

According to the NGC magazine scans (thanks to George from the N-Philes forums for supplying them), the controller will be used for sword fighting, rowing in your boat and fishing, amongst other things. The D-pad on the 'remote' Revolution controller will be for using the various items, most presumably.

Source: Mozlapunk
0004549696307_215X215

The Dutch gamesite Gamer claims that the latest issue of British Nintendo magazine NGC has exclusive news: when played on a Revolution through backwards compability, the upcoming GameCube title Legend Of Zelda: Twilight Princess should be able to use exclusive features straight with the Revolution controller.

According to Gamer, NGC says that the reason Shigeru Miyamoto and Aonuma wanted to pospone the release date of the game to next year, was to implent some exclusive features that can be controlled using the Revolution controller, the already famous 'remote' controller.

According to Gamer, and thus NGC, the game still remains a GameCube title. We can already imagine a fishing game or fighting with your sword using the Revolution controller, and we hope the controller will be intergrated in the game instead of a selection of mini games. What this means for both the release date of the Revolution and the game itself, is still unknown.

 Various other sources, like scans of the NGC magazine in question, reveal the truth behind this all. We can confirm that indeed, Twilight Princess will come out around the same time as the Revolution (according to NGC around November 2006) and that it will be playable with the Revolution controller.

According to the NGC magazine scans (thanks to George from the N-Philes forums for supplying them), the controller will be used for sword fighting, rowing in your boat and fishing, amongst other things. The D-pad on the 'remote' Revolution controller will be for using the various items, most presumably.