Chris Buffa (Modojo): Next week's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles promises to be the biggest show yet, with a variety of publishers and developers pushing the year's coolest-looking games, and per usual, there are plenty of intriguing storylines. Will Sony and/or Microsoft showcase snippets of next generation footage? Will Valve yank the curtain (finally) off Half-Life 3? Can Activision dominate the first-person shooting category with Call of Duty: Black Ops 2? Journalists and finance gurus will debate these questions long after the show concludes, and for great reason, but for us, it's almost completely about Nintendo, and quite frankly, E3 is the company's event to lose.