With us all wondering how long its going to take for us to get our greasy paws on both Nintendo Revolution and Zelda: Twilight Princess some news appears involving both.
According to UK based NGC Magazine the upcoming Zelda title will be compatible with the unique Revolution controller, taking full advantage of the new control system.
"NGC can exclusively reveal that Twilight Princess will be playable on the forthcoming Revolution using the upcoming console’s unique controller. Zelda will actually ‘bring in’ the Revolution by launching fairly close to the new system, which is set to be released around November of next year, according to our sources."
They go on to explain that the game will still be released on Gamecube, as promised, but take advantage of the new controller when played with Revolution's backwards compatibility features. They also take a stab at the Revolution release date, guessing with a respectable November 2006 launch date.
We can't be sure how true all of this is, but it sure sounds like a good idea to us. We'll finally get to swing our TV remotes in true light-saber style. We'll no-doubt have no official word on any of this until E3 in May.