You can read more from a previous post... but in the meantime, it appears that USA Today, immediately followed by others, stole a march on the rest of the industry by showing a shot of the Nintendo Revolution (and more went up quickly in various locations) USA Today had quotes from Big N., and a pundit.
<<snipped from USA Today>>Nintendo makes more modest claims that Revolution is two or three times more powerful than GameCube. "It's not all about having 'turbo power,' " Nintendo's Perrin Kaplan says. "It's about what you do with it."
Analyst Richard Doherty of The Envisioneering Group says one of Revolution's chief advantages is that designers will find it far easier to create games for Revolution than for competing systems. "They do not need to make major changes from the games they were designing," he says. "They have better performance without having to do a lot of extra work."
Says Kaplan: "We've built Revolution around the concept of 'all-access gaming,' " a term Nintendo uses to mean the system is easily adapted to by both gamers and designers. "We're about sticking to the soul of gaming."<<snipped from USA Today>>