Previously I discussed Nintendo’s boneheaded decision not to support HD in their upcoming next-gen platform, the Nintendo Revolution. Apparently I’m not the only person perturbed with the big N. If you’re among the many fans who love Nintendo and don’t want the Revolution to finish third before it’s even out of the gate (Sony’s PS3 and Microsoft’s Xbox 360 will both feature HD) then go to 1080up.org. Personally, I don’t care whether Nintendo supports 720p or 1080i (dueling HD standards) just so long as it supports one of them.
And while I’ve got your moxie fired up, you might want to check out potential leaks of the Revolution logo/case design and a poster touting a March 2006 release date. If you’re still reading this far, you’re probably an owner of a GBA or two and a GameCube (guilty). So you probably won’t mind a little gossip about the Revolution’s controller based on some patents applied for by Nintendo. Happy rumor-mongering.
[All tips from Joystiq]
UPDATE: A new (or rather, old) version of the print ad featuring the as-yet-unconfirmed relaease date.