Nintendo ON is a fake video game console.The console was introduced in a 6 minute and 21 second videoreleased on the internet in 2005, shortly before E3. The video was created by Pablo Belmonte from Spain who goes by the screen name "psyco3ler." Belmonte posted it on message boards claiming to have found a leaked trailer of Nintendo's next console, at that time code-named Revolution. The video was very convincing to most, and it is now considered to be one of the greater hoaxes in video game history.
The music from this video consists primarily of "Guns" by Harry Gregson-Williams from the soundtrack to The Rundown,Gregson-Williams, Harry. "Guns". The Rundown: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, track 21. along with a medley of musical selections from Super Mario 64.The video provides no evidence that the songs were used with permission.
At the time, many people took the Nintendo ON video as a true announcement of Nintendo's next generation system, because the console's description seemed to go along with what... Read More