So, it's finally happening: Nintendo have released on all their main social media channels that their new hardware, codenamed NX, is going to be revealed today at 3PM BST, or 7AM PT/10AM ET. We've spoken about the NX on the site before – most recently, @Doctor Oak shared his thoughts on what the NX means to Nintendo in a news feature. It's hard to overstate just how important this announcement is to us as Pokémon fans: the rumour mill has been running for the NX for months, and it's very clear that the console is at least in part a handheld device. This means that once the 3DS Pokémon games are finished, the next Pokémon games will be on this new handheld. However, there's a twist – Eurogamer revealed in July that the NX will consist of a handheld and a base station that you can plug into your TV, which means that you'll be able to play your handheld games on both the device itself, but also on the TV. This means that the long-held dream of main-series console Pokémon games may finally come to fruition – and completely remove the need for Pokémon Stadium-esque games. Basically, you'll be able to see your Pokémon in glorious 1080p on the big screen. However, hype aside, this is still Nintendo – and we know there will be various issues with the NX as soon as it's revealed. To that end, @Doctor Oak has produced a handy bingo card, so that we can play a game revolving around all the various ways Nintendo will utterly Nintendo their new hardware. Click to enlarge. Obviously, this is a loving lampoon of Nintendo's particular traits, so it's deliberately negative and not meant to be taken seriously. So, join us, and discuss everything related to Nintendo's future hardware efforts – and all the games they'll (hopefully!) announce between now and March!