Nintendo First Person Shooter Demo
Kotaku is pointing out a simple little Flash program which demonstrates how the revolution controller would would with First Person Shooters.
Tim Etler made a cool little flash demo to explain it. "It's pretty self explanatory," Tim writes. "The sensitivity bar adjusts... sensitivity. Also, the buttons on the controller light up when you press the corresponding buttons the keyboard."
There's also a little "I" near the top of the screen. If you click that, targets will show up and you can shoot at these.
Although this post may seem a little too obvious, I know a lot of people who refuse to accept that the Revolution Controller will be good until they can get hands on experience with it. To be honest, those people do have a point because it is really difficult to describe how a control device works. Try explaining how you use a mouse for FPSs without actually touching a one.
Link (via Kotaku)