The latest buzz on the upcoming Nintendo Revolution console is that its controller will skip the standard button-and-pad layout for an alternative interface, possibly a touchscreen (ala the DS, presumably). Then again, it could be that it's motion activated. Or voice. Whatever the UI, the gang at Joystiq have some ideas on whether it'll be worth the wait.
Rumors abound on Nintendo Revolution controllers
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