Nintendo reiterated today its desire to unveil their next-generation system codenamed "Revolution" at next year's E3 Expo. Talking to reporters in Osaka, they said that they hope to be ready to show off the GameCube's successor by the annual industry-premier event in May of next year. Nintendo President Saturo Iwata had spoken at their E3 press conference about how their next console would be a "gaming revolution" as it would offer whole new avenues of gameplay unknown to us now. Iwata has also recently reiterated his visions of how the gaming industry could very well be on its way to a crash similar to what occured in the very early 1980's, with too much emphasis being placed on "realistic" graphics, when of course, there is going to come a point where the graphics simply cannot get anymore realistic. It will be very interesting to see just what Nintendo will offer the industry in terms of major innovation with its new console. I can only guess that they will probably try to do something similar to what they're doing with the Nintendo DS in the handheld market. E3 2004 only just ended, and already E3 2005 is shaping up to be huge with not only a playable "realistic" Zelda, but an unveiling of Nintendo's future in the console market as well. Please, no knocking the GC. This is a different console.