Nintendo is still hiding something about the remote controller from us.
Today, at the Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto, Japan, the Digital Interactive Entertainment Conference was held. Speakers at the one-day event included Atari founder Nolan Bushnell, Robin Walker of Valve, and Konami's Hideo Kojima, among others.
Nintendo had a presence at the conference too, in the form of Shigeru Miyamoto. Gaming blog Kotaku was there to see what Miyamoto had to say, and what he did will pique the interest of those looking forward to the Revolution, which is probably just about everyone that's reading this.
According to Shiggy, "there’s another secret" pertaining to the Revolution controller. What might that secret be? "...I’m not going to go into that here. That’ll be for a later date."
This secret may be anything from a small cosmetic change to the design of the controller to a feature just as revolutionary as the concept of the controller itself. Whatever it is, we're just going to have to speculate and salivate until Nintendo shows up at E3 in 2006, when all the details about Revolution will finally and completely be shown off.