What with the recent thread announcing the X-Box 360's finalised price, and then that other one about the PS3 coming in 2007, I figured I might as well even things up a little by spouting off about the latest rumours to come quietly out of Nintendo. Two big industry names, [link=http://www.connectrevolution.com/mambo/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=37&Itemid=1]Yuji Naka[/link] (Sonic Team) and [link=http://www.revogaming.net/html/modules/news/article.php?storyid=73]Peter Molyneux[/link] (Lionhead) have seen the console and controller at the Leipzig European Games Convention and given them the perverbial thumbs up (while still being very vague, seeing as they're sworn to secrecy until the official unveilings), and some more insight has come from Computer Games Magazine, as they talk about the [link=http://www.cgonline.com/content/view/1067/]revolution being in the controller[/link]. So presumably we can expect a wireless controller with a rumble pack that tilts. IS'NT THAT AWESOME? Well... no. But a wireless controller that has resistance to tilting could potentially be awesome. Consider it, you push it one way, and it pushes back; you take a tight turn in a racing game, and the controller swerves itself in the opposite direction; you get flung against a wall by an evil boss, and the controller jerks out of your hands. This could actually be something special, and if it's true, (since the N64 brought the innovation of the Rumblepak, and the PlayStation followed suit with DualShock controllers) expect the later incarnations of the PS3 and XBox 360 controllers to have something like this too.