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Tuesday, November 29, 2005
Nintendo's Revolution to be Showcased at E3?

Nintendo will take the wraps off the next-generation console Revolution at its press briefing before next year's E3 expo, according to website.

During its pre-E3 press conference in May, Nintendo disappointed many by revealing little about the Revolution. Other than showing off a mock-up of the console form factor and announcing the console would play NES, SNES, N64, and GameCube games, the game giant revealed little about the next-generation console. In the months since, it has let a few details about the Revolution trickle out, the most significant being pictures of its much-vaunted controller--which has been much-derided for its resemblance to a TV remote control.

According to the website, the Revolution will be at next year's E3, at Nintendo's pre-E3 press event, which is slated for 9:30 a.m. Pacific time on May 9, 2006. A Nintendo representative was not immediately available to comment on the news.

It is also possible that Sony will demo its Playstation 3 at the same show.

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