Despite a wealth of Project Café rumours, the exact nature of Nintendo's new home console is well-guarded, with persistent whispers of a touchscreen controller the closest thing to solid details about how it'll actually work. At the recent investors' meeting, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata gave a little insight into the philosophy behind the machine:
As for the details of exactly what it will be, we have decided that it is best to let people experience it for themselves at E3. So I won’t talk about specific details today, but it will offer a new way of playing games within the home.
Whether that "new way to play" will be a touchscreen controller, a revised Wii Remote or something totally different is something we'll have to wait until 7th June to find out. Nintendo Life will be covering E3 as it happens, with Corbie Dillard on the show floor and our news team bringing you all the new announcements throughout what promises to be an extremely exciting E3.