I've been thinking about this for a while and I believe the console market is becoming stale. The 3 big companies have become too set in their ways- Microsoft believe people will happily pay for anything with their name on it, despite relying heavily on 3rd party support. Sony have struck a happy medium with regards to 3rd party support but have alienated and pissed off a large portion of their fanbase through poor decisions at the top of the company. Nintendo (god love 'em) are seemingly becoming like Sega did in the mid '90s (too many peripherals and add-ons too quickly) whilst relying solely on the selling power of Mario and Zelda. Handheld wise, both Nintendo and Sony have reworked their consoles so much (DS, DSLite, DSi, DSiXL/ PSP1000, PSP2000, PSP3000, PSPGo) that the very similar looking next gen (3DS and PSVita) will go largely unnoticed by the average game buyer (for example I know people who do not know the difference between a DSLite and a DSi, and have bought PSPGo then wondered where the UMD's go...)- PSVita has more of a chance as it will most likely be better marketed (even in news reports about the purported headaches, 3DS is still referred to as '3D-DS' thus making DSlite owners think it as a worthless upgrade). So I think someone new should be given a chance- remember when X-Box was first announced and the post-dreamcast generation scoffed? And when PSX first arrived the Nintendo-Sega people laughed at the prospect of it, then 'I'll give it a try' followed by 'This is great!'. I guess in a very long winded way I am trying to ask- In this forthcoming Wii-U/PS4/PSvita/3DS generation, who would you like to see releasing a stealth console or handheld? Someone known for software, like Capcom? The dreaded Apple console? Or someone like Sega making a glorious return to form?