It seems that Nintendo is starting to take a very different approach to video games. With both DS, and the upcoming Revolution, they have made it clear that they are not afraid to think outside of the box. President Iwata even came out and said that he's not sure if third party developers will be on board with Revolution because it is so different. (read this at IGN)...and that Nintendo is prepared to go it alone if it has to...because it really believes it needs to keep innovating. (a common Jobs mantra) I'm starting to envision a scenario where PS3 and Xenon take up the majority of the market share in the industry, and Nintendo is seen as the revolutionary innovator...but not as much market share. Nitnendo already has the most loyal fan base of diehards of the three companies...I've often compared Nintendo fans undying love for the company to Apple fans' undying love for Jobs and Co. Most people who own Macs feel that they have a superior machine than their PC friends, even if Wintel does dominate when it comes to market share. I can definitely see this same philosophy taking hold with Nintendo fans in the next generation...they may not have much market share, but the innovation will give them a reason to feel like they are using the "best" machine on the market, unlike the Xbox and PS3 "sheep" Thoughts?