My lecturer lent me a book today to help with an essay I'm currently writing. It's about games and how they've changed over the years and provides some very interesting reading on the Nintendo front... note this book was written in 2003. I know Nintendo would have liked a broad age range since the 80's, but its only with the Rev that it could be possible for such a massive range (cheap price, simple controllers etc.). And then there is this about what could be the greatest game ever; Mario 128... Well it seems that Mario 128 is indeed a Nintendo Revolution game now. The book also goes on to talk about Mario 64 not being complete. Which is obvious at the end of the game when you meet Yoshi - the game ends so abruptly. Miyamoto wanted something like Star Road in Mario 64 but was unable to add this. The book doesn't really add anything to Revolution or any secret Nintendo rumours but it is interesting to see where Nintendo are heading (or are they there already? ie. the DS) as a hardware company and also talks about how Nintendo are pushing for new gameplay, as seen in Mario 128.