Pure Sophistry: Last to the block in terms of major hardware and software developers and publishers is Nintendo, the dark horse of the seventh generation with its amazing performance with the Nintendo Wii. More recently, this horse has stumbled at the first hurdle within the eight generation, and the other horses haven’t even started the race yet. The Nintendo Direct show at E3, in place of the normal press conference format, is Nintendo’s chance to show that even at high odds, the Wii U (a horse I’m already backing) is worth a flutter. So, are we looking at the eight generations Derby winner? Or will the Wii U be turned to Wii Glue? Read on for my hastily scribbled notes which I dropped behind my desk and tried to interpret for the common tongue below to find out!