Rumor: Nintendo's New Console Will Make You Feel


New member
Oct 20, 2010
John Funk said:
Defense said:
And here I thought glasses-less 3D was their stupidest gimmick. Nintendo never ceases to amaze me.
If you seriously can't think of uses for true haptic feedback, that's kind of stunning.
Not anything that has a serious effect on gameplay and is exclusive to haptic feedback.

Chances are it'll be crappy technology anyways, and Sony will just copy Nintendo with a higher quality version.


New member
Mar 15, 2010
Yeah... Nintendo... You know when we said you should aim a little more at the adult gamer market? This isn't what we meant.


New member
Feb 18, 2011
Uuuh. Uuuuuuuuuh.

PureIrony said:
Hmmm. A site I've never heard of claiming an outlandish rumor on a console we've heard next to nothing about citing a source they won't clarify.

Yeah, I'm guessing they're just making shit up.
Can't really come up with anything that this guy didn't already say. I know about the site though, it's not a small site in Sweden, one of the larger computer game "papers" (not that that says a lot). But yeah, this really does sound like a proper, old fashioned, lie.

Although if it is true, I'll have to agree with this gentleman:
Ghengis John said:
Obviously the console to buy the next dead or alive game on then.
New DOA Xtreme game please.


New member
Dec 5, 2010
0 said:
If the news article is true then I forsee a similar games lineup of supersmashbrothers, zelda and mario etc but this time instead of the motion controls its another lame novelty control system.
Whatever method of control this new system uses, that's going to be the lineup of first-party Nintendo games.


New member
Aug 14, 2008
0 a mood controler?....dos it turn red when i trow the controler into the tv?


Dapper Fellow
Apr 21, 2010
John Funk said:'s source claims that with the Feel, Nintendo "wants to change the way we play - again."
Wait, where have I heard that before...
*rips off Nintendo rep's mask*
STEVE JOBS? What are you doing working for Nintendo?

But in all seriousness, what? I'm not sure if I want this to be true. After all, I can think of very few non-gimmick (and non-creepy-as-hell) applications for this technology.


New member
May 21, 2010
this could be awesome. The guy in the Toshiba demo vid said you could put the film on the back of a mobile phone. I can't be the only person thinking of a controller covered in the stuff. Pick up a rock, controller feels like stone. Could be very interesting indeed. Oh man, could you imagine MineCraft with this? :D

Not sure what it would add to the experience, but it could be awesome.

Laser Priest

A Magpie Among Crows
Mar 24, 2011
Tim Latshaw said:

Now you will know.
Waitaminute, how the hell does Kirby know what pants feel like?

And I think I'll have to skip on all of the jokes here, as I can't think of one that isn't dirty.
Oct 14, 2010
Necromancer Jim said:
Waitaminute, how the hell does Kirby know what pants feel like?

And I think I'll have to skip on all of the jokes here, as I can't think of one that isn't dirty.
Well, obviously there are plenty of people who wear pants in the Kirby universe, like...


OK, your point well noted.

Cid Silverwing

Paladin of The Light
Jul 27, 2008
scyther250 said:
Why do they insist on making consoles, and the games on them, revolve around their ridiculous gimmicks? I just want to play my Metroid and Zelda and Kirby with normal analog sticks and buttons. You know, controls that work perfectly.
Seconded to infinity.

I stopped reading at the "simulate texture" bit. I'm starting to think Nintendo is secretly a vampire that hisses at the proven concept of two analog sticks, a D-pad and 4-6 primary buttons (plus optional shoulder buttons and maybe Trigger buttons in the back).

Wait a second. How did we go from this [] to this [] and then finally to this []?