New high resolution screenshots of the CellFactor: Revolution game have appeared on the net. In CellFactor: Revolution, gamers can manipulate thousands of objects simultaneously, control vehicles and fight against AI-controlled opponents or challenge friends to...

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Artificial Studios, an independent videogame developer, announced today the December 2006 release of CellFactor: Revolution. The title is an action-packed first-person shooter with true-to- life physics for the PC, which takes advantage of the capabilities...

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The BBCs trusty technology section, Click, has this week summed up the so-called increase in "viral video" websites. Sites such as YouTube and Google Video are but two in a recent trend of new websites...

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"Wii", like Weeeeeeeeeeeee! Reminds me of that Firefox flick, Wheee! Less than two weeks before E3, Nintendo has released a statement addressing the change-up, and explained what exactly the name Wii represents: "While...

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EA Brings Madden to Revolution

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EA Canada QB details popular pigskin franchises debut for Nintendos new console; with new controller, popular football series wont be just about pushing buttons. Exec says EA Rev games wont be straight ports. Electronic...

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Revolution will take lead in 2010

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Nintendos upcoming console, named Revolution, is expected to overwhelm the gaming industry. It is favourite to win the next-gen console battle against Xbox 360 and Playstation 3! Similarly, Thomas Runte, a self-proclaimed analyst who frequents...

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Viva La Nintendo Revolution

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Various websites are reporting that Nintendo sent out a card to game journalists that contain both the phrases "In 2006 Nintendo launches a Revolution" and "Before changing the face of videogaming forever, Nintendo ...

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Nintendo announced today that it will include a "play control system" in the Nintendo Revolution (still being called a code-name). By using a password-controlled setting, adults can decide what flexibility theyll allow younger players to...

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When speaking to gamesindustry.biz at the recent Tokyo Games Show, Microsofts Xbox VP Peter Moore praised Nintendos innovation with the recently revealed, yet seemingly controversial, Revolution controller. He said, "I want to give...

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Nintendos "revolutionary" Revolution controller was unveiled at the Tokyo Game Show yesterday, and immediately grabbed everyones attention. While Nintendo reps warned that the design displayed isnt the final controller that will ship with the console,...

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A number of recent stories released on the internet purporting to show images of Nintendos forthcoming next generation console, dubbed "Revolution", and its tech demos have been uncovered as fakes. The first supposed leak was...

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SEGA up for Revolution

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SEGA has announced plans to show strong support for Nintendos next-gen Revolution console, confirming that classic titles are more than likely to make an appearance on the platform. "The Nintendo fan, I think, is very...

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Nintendo president Satoru Iwata says that the Revolutions release might fall behind its competitors. During Nintendos shareholders meeting on Wednesday, company president Satoru Iwata disclosed that the Revolutions launch might fall behind...

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On Friday a torrent of rumours and teasers were unleashed upon the console gaming community. So far little is known about the follow-up to Nintendos GameCube console, as opposed to the two other next-generation consoles;...

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Nintendo confirms it has "no plans" for its next-generation console to support HDTV. Even before the Xbox 360 was unveiled on May 12, Microsoft made much ado about how the console would...

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High definition wont be a part of the Revolution, says Nintendo, as specs "leak". A set of specifications purporting to be for Nintendos Revolution console have appeared on the Internet, outlining a...

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Nintendos next-gen console is two to three times as powerful as the GameCube, backward compatible, and online; system confirmed for 2006, prices not; DS goes online and Game Boy Micro announced. Nintendo...

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Nintendo released further details on its next generation video game console today, just 2 weeks prior to the big E3 weekend. Included in the details, is a very suprising note about the size of the...

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A recent interview with Square Enix president Youichi Wada at Japanese site Impress Game Watch suggests good things both for Nintendos networking plans and the next generation Revolution system. In response to Nintendo...

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Nintendo may leave Sony and Microsoft to squabble amongst themselves over whos got the best next-gen console at this years E3, according to reports. Both the PS3 and Xbox 360 will go on show at...

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Hitachi announced today that 20GB 2.5cm hard drives will be commercially available by the end of next year. This represents a "density breakthrough" which will allow much higher capacities than todays drive technology. Current micro-drives,...

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As more speculation arises about Nintendos latest console, Satoru Iwata comments on the new machine. By Eduardo Vasconcellos | March 31, 2005. According to an article on Gamesindustry.biz, Satoru Iwata, president of Nintendo, has revealed...

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It is not everyday that the United Kingdom is seen to be leading the European Union (EU), never mind the rest of the world, but on Saturday April 27 2002-E Day--Britain became the first member...

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The foundation of modern computing was something of an accident. The Intel 4004 Microprocessor, which debuted thirty years ago Thursday, sparked a technological revolution because it was the first product to fuse...

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When we poo-pooed the announcement by Hollywoods big studios a fortnight ago that they were launching a video-on-demand system to deliver movies over the Internet, we had a number of emails arguing that wed got...

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