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At today's Tokyo Game Show, Nintendo revealed the design of its first controller for its next-generation game system, code-named "Revolution". Wireless, one-handed (with an extension available for two-handed play), and resembling a standard television remote control (but thankfully with far fewer buttons), Nintendo's new controller may prove particularly popular for use with Japan's surprisingly popular risqué dating simulations. If Nintendo allows that sort of thing on its new system, that is.
Nintendo has posted more details and several pictures, so make with the clicking if you want to see every side of how we'll be controlling our Nintendo games next year:
Posted by Brian Sexton at 4:33:32am on Friday, September 16th, 2005 (PDT)