I can only say that it's coming out during 2006, but it will be after the current fiscal year.
We hope to make it a simultaneous worldwide release as much as it's possible.
The next generation is a place where the best idea, not the biggest budget will win
The key here is not what you are playing but how you will be playing. Revolution will also create entirely new genres to expand the definition of video games.
[Whether Thursday's announcement relates to the] unconventional ... we are preparing a new product which will be surprising and unique ... we'll be able to tell you specifics next spring.
Nintendo has strong views on how we should run our company. We consider ourselves, above all else, as a gaming company. We believe other companies (in the console marketplace) see themselves primarily as technology companies.
If we continue down the same path as we have in the past, people may become tired of gaming
We understand that people tend to be conservative when it comes to entertainment, ... So for Nintendo to be secure, we must cater to the minds of the conservative players and those who admire something different.
The game has changed, ... and the way the game is played has to be changed.
We believe we know what makes a good game better than anyone else.
Some argue that our success is short-lived and temporary. So, we now need to make efforts to constantly expand the player base by offering services and titles that can appeal, not only to those who have never played games, but also to those who play them hard.
Although many believe that technology automatically enables more realistic expression, I believe that is just not correct.
Please understand, I am not saying that technology is unimportant. I understand that technology is important. But if we are just focusing on technology and investing in an IT manufacturing plant to come up with higher performance processing, we will not succeed.