The Wii's second incarnation will "probably" be a 3D console, according to Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata.
Speaking with Japanese newspaper Nihon Keizai Shimbun, Iwata showed concern over the effect 3D has on the current Wii's graphics, but suggested Nintendo will make the jump on their main console eventually.
"If you display a 3D image, the image quality becomes extremely bad, so we'd probably do it with the next system," he told
"We're thinking that the timing should be once the 3D television adoption rates crosses the 30% mark. We're looking at the adoption trends."
Obviously Nintendo's current 3D focus is on the 3DS, which we managed to get our hands on at E3.
We've got a full Nintendo 3DS review for your perusal.