'Revolution won't support HDTV'


That’s a shame: according to online rumours, now confirmed by Nintendo
America, it looks as if what could be the most innovative of the
next-gen consoles is unlikely to support HDTV, making it the only
console to do so. Perrin Kaplan, vice-president of marketing and
corporate affairs has promised more details on the revolution ‘soon’.

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via gamespot.

Chris Cornwell
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