The next-generation home console from Nintendo is codenamed "Revolution,"
a device that will include the ability to connect up to PC monitors as well as TV sets, without the need for any additional hardware.
Putting the emphasis on gameplay, Nintendo is using existing technology in a new and exciting way in order to enhance player enjoyment. The Nintendo DS' double screen or touch sensitive panel is one such example being used in video games by Nintend.
The same philosophy will be employed on the GameCube as well with a version of Mario Party which will arrive later this year where an entirely new interface controller will be used, believed to be a camera similar to the Eye Toy product for the PS2.
The "Revolution" console, will be based on IBM's Power5 architecture and possibly ATI graphics solution.