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Old 06-05-2005, 08:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Revolution Downloads Revealed?

Apparently, a Japanese magazine has revealed the list of titles for the Revolution..

It is suposedly translated from these images:

http://www.n-next.com/cutenews/data/...revdetails.jpg

http://www.n-next.com/cutenews/data/...evdetails2.jpg

http://www.n-next.com/cutenews/data/...evdetails3.jpg

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NES
1. 10-Yard Fight
2. Anticipation
3. Balloon Fight
4. Barker Bill's Trick Shooting
5. Baseball
6. Clu Clu Land
7. Dance Aerobics (may require dance pad, I halfway wanted to put this in questioned)
8. Devil World
9. Doki Doki Panic
10. Donkey Kong
11. Donkey Kong 3
12. Donkey Kong Classics
13. Donkey Kong Jr.
14. Donkey Kong Jr. Math
15. Dr. Mario
16. Dragon Warrior
17. Duck Hunt
18. Excitebike
19. Famicom Wars
20. Final Fantasy
21. Fire Emblem Gaiden
22. Fire Emblem: Ankokuryuu to Hikari no Tsurugi
23. Flintstones: The Rescue of Dino and Hoppy
24. Golf
25. Gum Shoe
26. Gyromite
27. Hogan's Alley
28. Ice Climber
29. Ice Hockey
30. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (Taito)
31. Kid Icarus
32. Kirby's Adventure
33. Kung Fu
34. Mach Rider
35. Mario Bros.
36. Mario Time Machine
37. Mario is Missing!
38. Metroid
39. Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!
40. Mother (Earthbound)
41. NES Open Golf
42. Nintendo World Cup
43. Nuts & Milk
44. Pin-Bot
45. Pinball
46. Play Action Football
47. Popeye
48. Pro Wrestling
49. Punch-Out!!
50. R.C. Pro-Am
51. Rad Racer
52. Rad Racer 2
53. Short Order/Eggsplode
54. Slalom
55. Snake Rattle & Roll
56. Soccer
57. Stack Up
58. Star Tropics
59. Super Mario Bros.
60. Super Mario Bros. 2
61. Super Mario Bros. 2: The Lost Levels
62. Super Mario Bros. 3
63. Super Spike V'Ball/World Cup Soccer
64. Super Team Games
65. Tennis
66. Tetris
67. Tetris 2
68. The Legend of Zelda
69. To The Earth
70. Urban Champion
71. Volleyball
72. Wario's Woods
73. Wild Gunman
74. World Class Track Meet
75. World Cup Soccer
76. Wrecking Crew
77. Yoshi (Mario & Yoshi)
78. Yoshi's Cookie
79. Zelda II: The Adventure of Link
80. Zoda's Revenge: Star Tropics II


Super NES

81. Derby Stallion 98 (NP)
82. Donkey Kong Country
83. Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy Kong's Quest
84. Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble
85. EarthBound
86. F-Zero
87. FX Fighter
88. Fire Emblem: Monshou no Nazo
89. Fire Emblem: Seisen no Keifu
90. Fire Emblem: Thracia 776
91. Hyper V-Ball
92. Ken Griffey Jr. Presents Major League Baseball
93. Ken Griffey Jr.'s Winning Run
94. Killer Instinct
95. Kirby Super Star
96. Kirby's Avalanche
97. Kirby's Dream Course
98. Kirby's Dream Land 3
99. Kirby's Ghost Trap
100. Legend (some say the movie inspired Zelda but the timing is off, sorry im a history buff)
101. Mario Paint
102. Mario and Wario
103. Mario's Early Years: Preschool Fun
104. Mario's Super Picross
105. Metal Combat: Falcon's Revenge
106. NCAA Basketball
107. NHL Stanley Cup
108. Panel de Pon
109. Picross NP Vol. 8
110. PilotWings
111. Shigesato Itoi's No. 1 Bass Fishing
112. Sound Fantasy
113. Star Fox
114. Stunt Race FX
115. Super Famicom Wars
116. Super Mario Kart
117. Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
118. Super Mario World
119. Super Metroid
120. Super Punch-Out!!
121. Super Scope 6
122. Super Soccer
123. Super Soccer 2
124. Super Tennis
125. Tetris & Dr. Mario
126. Tetris Attack
127. The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
128. Tinstar
129. Uniracers (Unirally, the game sucked bad you raced unicycles with no rider)
130. Winter Gold (FX Skiing)
131. World League Baseball
132. Yoshi's Island: Super Mario World 2
133. Yoshi's Safari
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Nintendo 64
134. 1080° Snowboarding (a personal fave)
135. Animal Forest (Animal Crossing for you Americans)
136. Banjo-Kazooie
137. Banjo-Tooie
138. Blast Corps
139. Bomberman 64
140. Bomberman Hero
141. Buggie Boogie
142. Cabbage
143. Catroots
144. Climber
145. Command & Conquer
146. Creator
147. Cruis'n USA
148. Cruis'n World
149. Cu-On-Pa
150. Custom Robo
151. Custom Robo V2
152. DD Sequencer
153. Dezaemon DD
154. Diddy Kong Racing (w00t)
155. Donkey Kong 64
156. Doubutsu Banchou
157. Dr. Mario 64
158. Echo-Delta
159. Emperor of the Jungle
160. Excitebike 64
161. F-Zero X
162. Gendai Dai-Senryaku: Ultimate War
163. GoldenEye 007
164. Hey You, Pikachu!
165. Jack and the Beanstalk
166. Ken Griffey Jr.'s Slugfest
167. Killer Instinct Gold
168. Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards
169. Kirby's Air Ride
170. Kobe Bryant in NBA Courtside
171. Major League Baseball Featuring Ken Griffey Jr
172. Mario Golf
173. Mario Kart 64
174. Mario Party
175. Mario Party 2
176. Mario Party 3
177. Mario Tennis 64
178. Mickey's Speedway USA
179. Mini Racers
180. Mischief Makers
181. Mysterious Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer 2
182. NBA Courtside 2: Featuring Kobe Bryant
183. Paper Mario
184. Perfect Dark
185. Pilotwings 64
186. Pokemon Puzzle League
187. Pokemon Snap
188. Pokemon Stadium
189. Pokemon Stadium 2
190. Pokemon Stadium: Gold, Silver, Crystal Version
191. Ridge Racer 64
192. Riqa
193. Shigesato Itoi's No. 1 Bass Fishing
194. Sin and Punishment: Successor to the Earth
195. Star Fox 64
196. Star Wars Episode I: Racer
197. Star Wars: Battle for Naboo
198. Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire
199. StarCraft 64
200. Super Mario 64
201. Super Smash Bros.
202. Tetrisphere
203. The Legend of Zelda DD (Ura Zelda) it's called Master Quest for you Americans
204. The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
205. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
206. The New Tetris
207. Waialae Country Club: True Golf Classics
208. Wall Street DD
209. Wave Race 64
210. Wayne Gretzky's 3D Hockey
211. Yoshi's Story

Satteleview games
212. BS F-Zero 2 Grand Prix
213. BS Special Tee Shot
214. BS Zelda

64 DD games
215. Mother 3 Expansion Disk for 64 DD
216. F-Zero X Expansion Kit
217. Kyojin no Doshin 1 (Doshin the Giant)
218. Mario Artist: Communication Kit,Paint Studio,Polygon Studio, Sound Studio, Talent Studio
219. Randnet Disk
220. SimCity 64
221. OoT Master quest (URA zelda)
That's the Japanese list, so it's probably not 100% of what westerners will see, but goddamn! I want it!
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Old 06-05-2005, 09:50 PM   #2 (permalink)
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alot of classics in there. I'd wager anything on that list that was released in the US is going to be available in the US. I doubt they're interested in translating anything for free.

but guys... PERFECT DARK AND GOLDENEYE
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Old 06-05-2005, 11:39 PM   #3 (permalink)
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The DK's! The Mario's! The Fire Emblems! The Metroids! The Star Wars! The joy! The wonder!!!

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p.s. no Super Return of the Jedi? Ah well...

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Old 06-05-2005, 11:56 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Wow.. I hope that list is accurate. The more and more I hear about this console (mostly from here, thanks for the info guys!), the more I want it. It's gonna be sweet if it has everything rumours say it will.
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Old 06-06-2005, 01:42 AM   #5 (permalink)
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I want those DD games damnit!
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Old 06-06-2005, 06:15 AM   #6 (permalink)
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between DK and excitebike and punch out! I won't need any new games
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Old 06-06-2005, 10:58 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Mike Tysons Punch Out, thats all I wanted to see. If nothing else, revolution will be a Nintendo fanboys wet dream.
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Old 06-06-2005, 11:03 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Whoa, hold up here... Where is Final Fantasy 2 and Final Fantasy 3?!?!?! These are 2 SNES titles that are an absolute MUST for me to even consider buying one of these things... Everything else looks great. I'd love to give the Zelda's another run, as I haven't played Zelda 1 since it originally came out. But no FF2 and FF3 is a deal breaker for me...
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Old 06-06-2005, 12:13 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Cant see Nintendo shifting any Revolution games with that lot available.

Where will we find the time?
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Old 06-06-2005, 04:47 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Whoa, hold up here... Where is Final Fantasy 2 and Final Fantasy 3?!?!?! These are 2 SNES titles that are an absolute MUST for me to even consider buying one of these things... Everything else looks great. I'd love to give the Zelda's another run, as I haven't played Zelda 1 since it originally came out. But no FF2 and FF3 is a deal breaker for me...
i believe these are just the nintendo titles that are available and not others games (for example street fighter 2/turbo are not in there, but their capcom)

but most importantly

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55. Snake Rattle & Roll

ive been waiting to play this game again for years. never saw it again after the first time i rented it.
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Old 06-06-2005, 07:40 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Duck Hunt????

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Old 06-06-2005, 10:12 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I am SO getting a revolution.. this thread confirmed it. Those downloads would blow my mind. So many classics! Now I just want to know what the price will be per download.
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Old 06-07-2005, 03:07 AM   #13 (permalink)
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I am SO getting a revolution.. this thread confirmed it. Those downloads would blow my mind. So many classics! Now I just want to know what the price will be per download.
Do the (old) games ship with the revolution, or will there be some kind of download system? Also, if you've previously bought them, could you somehow play them on the revolution without repurchasing?
unless it only costs 5-10bucks?

I wonder if the revolution will play games smoother as well?
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Old 06-07-2005, 03:33 AM   #14 (permalink)
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I wonder if the revolution will play games smoother as well?
It should do, i remember playing certain levels and multiplayer maps of perfect dark where the frame rate went to have tea and biscuits in places. More processing power should mean that they play much smoother
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Old 06-07-2005, 04:34 AM   #15 (permalink)
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Do the (old) games ship with the revolution, or will there be some kind of download system? Also, if you've previously bought them, could you somehow play them on the revolution without repurchasing?
Hahaha... I'm sure something will be arranged soon enough, even though you didn't mean it that way.
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Old 06-07-2005, 05:27 AM   #16 (permalink)
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I'm sure I read somewhere the first-party Nintendo titles will be available free?

If not, hell, I'd pay full price for Perfect Dark again.
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Old 06-07-2005, 06:11 AM   #17 (permalink)
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LOL, I have all of those games readily playable on my xbox
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Old 06-07-2005, 07:20 AM   #18 (permalink)
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It should do, i remember playing certain levels and multiplayer maps of perfect dark where the frame rate went to have tea and biscuits in places. More processing power should mean that they play much smoother
yes that's what i was thinking. PD and Goldeneye some of the best multiplayer fun i've ever had, but trying to play them again kills me;cause my eyes seem to notice some slowdown and blurriness much more now... At least the games should run faster and maybe even get crisper.... somehow?
Although time to dig out the cardboard box again!

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Old 06-07-2005, 08:38 AM   #19 (permalink)
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LOL, I have all of those games readily playable on my xbox
right there's lots of emus out there...

I don't see added value from that hype, and the box itself looks rather staid in it's design.
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Old 06-07-2005, 09:36 AM   #20 (permalink)
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I'm sure I read somewhere the first-party Nintendo titles will be available free?
Surely not from the Gamecube generation as well? Freely offering what's still being sold? Don't lead me on like that! I can't take the emotional rollercoaster... ;_;
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Old 06-07-2005, 01:21 PM   #21 (permalink)
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One of the biggest complaints from my friends playing oldschool games on an XBox emulator is that the controllers suck. "They're just not the same as back in the old days". After thinking about this for a few seconds I have come to the conclution that the "secret" Revolution controller will be mutable.
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One of the biggest complaints from my friends playing oldschool games on an XBox emulator is that the controllers suck. "They're just not the same as back in the old days". After thinking about this for a few seconds I have come to the conclution that the "secret" Revolution controller will be mutable.
and for those times... i have the tried and true solution... of having an oldskool box in the closet. Of course it doesn't have all the games.... but it does work.

only controller that I have a hard time with in emu is Dreamcast.... the rest were what 2 button and 3 button... BFD.
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Do the (old) games ship with the revolution, or will there be some kind of download system? Also, if you've previously bought them, could you somehow play them on the revolution without repurchasing?
unless it only costs 5-10bucks?
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Wednesday, June 08, 2005
Back catalog not free
Nintendo to Charge for Downloading Old Games to Revolution
When Nintendo revealed that its library of games from the past 20 years would be downloadable on the Revolution, some fans got the strange idea that these games would be free. Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has confirmed, however, that Nintendo will charge for its old titles. In addition, Miyamoto has revealed that the Revolution controller has not yet been finalized. More within...

A few more details have surfaced regarding Nintendo's next-gen console, including the fact that users will have to pay for old Nintendo titles they wish to download and that the Revolution's controller is still not finalized.

Virtual Console, real money
Speaking at a recent business strategy conference in Japan, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata addressed the rumor that users may be able to download old first-party Nintendo titles for free. The ability to download and play old NES, SNES and N64 titles—what Nintendo is calling a "Virtual Console"—will indeed come with a price, Iwata confirmed. "...we have no plans to distribute [our old games] without a fee," he said.

This squares with what Nintendo of America recently told us. When GameDAILY BIZ spoke with Beth Llewelyn, NoA's Senior Director, Public Relations at E3, we asked if Nintendo would charge for its back catalog, to which she responded: "Probably, but we haven't gone into what these details will be and as we get closer to launch we'll describe what the program is, what the costs will be, what games will be available, etc."

[ "We hope to set up a system that will enable both Nintendo and [third-parties] to make a profit by using the [classic games] from our past," Satoru Iwata, Nintendo president ]


Although Nintendo fans obviously would love to have free access to all of their old favorites, providing these catalog titles at a nominal price is a wiser business move by Nintendo. After all, if people are willing to pay $20 for NES Classics on the Game Boy Advance, they'll surely pay the (likely smaller) fee to download an old game to the Revolution.

More than 221 old games playable?
There's also the possibility that Nintendo will use the Virtual Console as a way of promoting new games. Iwata went on to say that Nintendo may reward users who purchase new Revolution titles with bonus downloads or that there could be trial periods where users would have free access to the Virtual Console for a limited time. Nintendo has not yet announced which titles will be downloadable, but in Japan thus far the company has released 221 titles—74 for the NES (Famicom), 54 on the SNES (Super Famicom), 45 on N64, and 43 on GameCube.

Beyond Nintendo's first-party offerings, there's a good chance that third-party publishers will sign up for the Virtual Console service as well. In fact, Iwata has already confirmed that Nintendo is currently talking to other publishers about the prospects of bringing their older titles to the Revolution Virtual Console. "We hope to set up a system that will enable both Nintendo and [third-parties] to make a profit by using the [classic games] from our past," Iwata stated at the conference.

Iwata also mentioned that the Revolution's 512MB of internal flash memory will be used to store downloads from the Virtual Console and saving Revolution game data. Interestingly, he also said that users may be able to download Nintendo DS demos via the Revolution and then transfer them to the handheld through the wireless connection. With regards to Nintendo's online plans, the company is quickly taking steps to set up its Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service. Iwata recognizes that wireless hasn't been fully embraced by the average consumer yet and he would like to see at least 90 percent of Nintendo customers using the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. To make things easier, Nintendo currently plans to establish 1,000 wireless DS hot spots in Japan around commercial areas and high-traffic locations. It's not clear at this moment whether a similar wireless infrastructure will be implemented in North America.

Controller not final
The question that everyone is still waiting for an answer to, though, is: What is so revolutionary about Nintendo's next-gen controller? Well, it seems that Nintendo hasn't settled upon the final form factor or even decided what features to include or leave out.

At the business conference, Shigeru Miyamoto confessed that the company is still tinkering with the controller because they don't want it to become overly complex. "We're at a stage where we're adding and removing various kinds of functions, which has been very fun," Miyamoto said (as reported by GameSpot). "The Revolution will have an interesting interface. We're investing a lot of money into the [development of the] interface, and it's still not finalized."
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Cool, but i don't want to pay £20 a game.
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Old 06-15-2005, 06:01 PM   #25 (permalink)
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I was willing to pay for e-reader cards. $5 for excitebike and ice climbers etc. was a great idea. Then they seemed to pull them from the market and re-release Excitebike for $30. BS... BS>.. I am somewhat less excited... I just read at gamespot that sega is doing an online gaming site where you can play their classic games for a charge. Something like $2 a day or a week... I hope it's not like that with nintendo.

Oh well... Finally got SNES and NES emulation going on my PSP 1.50. I guess I'm good for now...

As for the old SNES Squaresoft titles, they'd likely be marketed by Square with their own games. They've stated there will be Squeenix games on the Rev.
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