Re: Revolution to cost under $300
- From: "Jordan" <lundj@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 3 Jan 2006 09:33:18 -0800
It's a little more involved than that. When you consider what they want
to do in terms of backwards compatability they needed a broadband
adaptor that was actually supported. That never really happened on the
Gamecube. Yes they released one and a modem, for all of about 3 games
that supported it.
The only way to make the backwards compatability a selling point was to
release a system with broadband built in. Nintendo, as usual, is a
generation late in figuring this out.