Not to get this completely off-topic onto the Revolution controller, but there are basically 3 viewpoints: A, that it's the best thing to happen to gaming since Pong; B, that Nintendo, as a company, is insane; and C, we don't know enough about the hardware or developer support at this time to make a decision.
Peter Moore, whether by his own volition or simply his repitition of the company line, has chosen viewpoint B. However (unlike certain Sony reps
), he realizes that knocking Nintendo's route would be considered bad form by many, especially in a market MS desperately wants to penetrate.
If Moore had been truly impressed by the controller, his statement would have been different. How, I'm not sure. But as it stands, I can see why many readers would get the impression that he was insulting Nintendo.
Edit: not enough sleeeeeeep... This post has been edited by VariableElite: Sep 23 2005, 12:35 AM