According to various sources
, Nintendo's president Satoru Iwata called the successor to the GameCube (codename: Revolution) a "paradigm shift". And for any of you losers out there who didn't study in english class: paradigm
. Iwata hints that the innovative thinking that went into Nintendo's DS
is the same kind of thinking they'll apply to the Revolution. Iwata also wants to make sure that the Revolution is extremely easy to use. We should get our first glimpse of the Revolution this May at E3. Maybe Nintendo is working on a home entertainment system and it'll surprise TiVo, MS, and Apple? That would be sweet.
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