All Wiizero did is copy and paste it from wikipedia, lol.Originally Posted by keyblader123
damn thats a long post!!! thats longer than a report!!!but i do agreeOriginally Posted by WiiZero
Did you just breeze over the other topics that discuss this?Originally Posted by NoShine
FYI: It was never going to be Revolutions. Just like the GameCube had the code name Dolphine.
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Think before posting – Ask a dumb question and prepare to be owned.FYI - Internet is always a capital I. Look it up!
i knowOriginally Posted by Sovieto
the cheek of kids these days
those celtic fans
who got bet off of hearts 3-1
I think it is named wii because it sounds crude however you say it
me and my four friends can all play with my wii together
The wii was going to be called revoloution but it got changed to wii as in we can all play, the two i's symbilise people playing or something along those lines.
revoloution is sort of a typical name but in a way the name wii was innovative and brave step forward?
I do believe the "i" symbols also depict the remotes. Look at early commericials for the Wii and you will see the "i" symbols hitting a tennins ball and all the other things that basically come in Wii Sports. Revolution was also used to codename the new technology to be used. If you look on the bottom of your controller or anyother other Wii accessory, you'll notice RVL-xxx. The RVL is Revolution because the new technology was to be revolutionary. They simply codenamed the prototype based on the belief of the new technology.
hm... a year after the name change and still this question.
What consoles KEPT the codename? that's a better question.
Damn, I think we all got owned by WiiZero's post lolOriginally Posted by WiiZero
Wiichats BIGGER Metal Head
Don't listen to Mr.Resi, Chad Smith owns Thrasher!
Originally Posted by Wii_Smurf
OR he just copy pasted it...Originally Posted by Half Empty