Nintendo will be revealing some details about the Wii successor, codenamed Project Cafe, at E3 in just over two weeks. Apparently the console will feature HD graphics and seemingly a return to more hardcore-oriented gaming. What do you guys think? Is it too soon? Too little too late? The main thing that worries me is that Nintendo is jumping into next-gen years before Sony and Microsoft. We're probably looking at 2014 or so for their new consoles, and by that time Cafe will already seem outdated if it releases in 2012. I think it'll be a nice jump now, but multiplatform development will probably be hindered by power constraints (if it's more powerful than 360/PS3) during the first couple years of its life, and then when the next PS/Xbox are released, it'll be in a Wii-like position of being less powerful. It just seems like bad timing to me...but on the other hand the Wii is really in its death throes right now (Just look at the release schedule) and is severely crippled in power compared to the other two consoles. It's a really tough position for Nintendo, and I really hope they have a plan for the future if they're springing into next-gen in 2012.