According to Game Life the first playable Nintendo Revolution software has been revealed.
As it turns out, the new game is the Chinese wok simulator that was first revealed during this year’s Tokyo Game Show.
Hideki Konno, the Producer for Nintendo’s Entertainment Analysis and Development division, notes -“We’re thinking of so many different things. We’re still at the stage where we’re trying so many different things. We’re doing things with big, expansive movements and smaller, more concise movements. It’s hard to narrow it down to one over the other. Did you see the Tokyo Game Show video? We actually have things using the movements you saw. Like the cooking game. We have this game with a big wok that you use to cook Chinese food, and it’s really interesting to have the meat and vegetables frying in there, and use the controller to flip the food around without it spilling out of the pan.”
It makes you wonder if the other tech demos introduced at TGS are actually being considered for production. For more information about these demos, check out this 1up.com article.
Posted by Sean