Gaming giant Nintendo has been showing off its next-generation Wii game console, at the E3 games show in Los Angeles.
The much-anticipated console, dubbed Wii U, comes with a controller that features a touchscreen and camera.
The original Wii console was hugely popular but Nintendo has faced pressure from rivals with similar devices.
Nintendo hopes the new console will create a new genre of gaming.
Wii U will feature a set-top box similar to the first generation console.
But the 6.2-inch touchscreen controller comes with a front-facing camera as well as the more traditional buttons of a Wii remote and a motion detector.
It will broadcast high-definition video and can be used to make video calls and browse the web.
In demostrations, the Japanese gaming giant showed off some of the things the controller will allow - including offering users a private screen to view gameplay information that is not shared on the big screen.
It will also allow users of games such as Wii Fit to weigh themselves and get a read-out via the controller rather than the TV.
Users can also swap game play between the big screen and the controller, for instance if someone else wants to watch TV.
Wii U is "an interesting new concept" thinks Dan Pearson, a staff writer at Gamesindustry.biz.
"It is a hybrid between a handheld with elements of tablet design but also has all the traditional controller elements," he said.
"Initially people may be confused by the controller but so were they when the first Wii was unveiled," he said.
Nintendo was also keen to show off the processing power of the new console.
"Nintendo has been under fire for chasing casual gamers and it is good to see them trying to win back core gamers," said Mr Pearson.
Wii U will work with older games and controllers and will be available from spring 2012.
There was no indication of the price of the new console.