kumquatq3 Posted December 6, 2005 Share Posted December 6, 2005 http://www.gamespot.com/news/6140790.html Iwatani, whose speech preceded Miyamoto's, didn't comment on the Revolution or its controller directly. Instead, he shared his thoughts that the future of gaming may lead far from the living room, which directly goes against the visions of Nintendo. Iwatani explained that more and more people are starting to have a PC in their own room; as a result, he believes that in the future, games will be played on PCs rather than living room TVs. Iwatani speculated that PCs may soon come with a universal gaming chip in their motherboard. The chip would have all the functions needed to play games. Users would simply download games, and they won't have to worry about compatibility problems, since all hardware functions would be embedded in the chip. huh Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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