John from NAGF writes: "We tweeted a mix of anger and disappointment yesterday during Nintendo’s press conference at E3. There were so many basic errors on show. The Wii U may have a bright future, it may not. No-one knows these things until they’re released into the wild and the market has given its judgements through cold hard cash.
"But the market seems to have already given it a massive thumbs down. We awoke today to news that Nintendo’s share price has fallen to a five-year low, plummeting 5.7 per cent and seeing over 2 million shares sold. What that means in layman’s terms is that investors were disgusted with what they saw at E3, lost faith in Nintendo and let them know about it. We think we know why – Reggie…"