Revolution controller development kit

Nintendo's vice president of sales and marketing, Reggie Fils-Aime, recently revealed that more than 1,000 Revolution controller development kits have been sent out to various software houses in order to familiarize studios with the workings of the device. IGN Revolution had the chance to go hands-on with one of these "kits," and we have new […]
Nintendo's vice president of sales and marketing, Reggie Fils-Aime, recently revealed that more than 1,000 Revolution controller development kits have been sent out to various software houses in order to familiarize studios with the workings of the device. IGN Revolution had the chance to go hands-on with one of these "kits," and we have new details on its basic setup, including how it looks and feels.These preliminary GameCube kits include only a wired Revolution controller, a wired nunchuck attachment and a wired motion bar, which some studios have labeled the "wand."