Nintendo had much to shout about at this year's E3. First of all,the company broke the news that it had two new Wii peripherals set for release in the form of a Zapper light gun and a steering wheel. Then the company revealed a procession of new games heading to Wii including Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles, Mario Kart and Wii Fit. But even with all these new products, one of the biggest attractions of the company's hotel suite was still The Legend of Zelda: The Phantom Hourglass on DS. The game was playable in time-limited demo form, so while Gamepotot only got around 15 minutes on the beginning of the game, we still relished every minute.