The Nintendo 3DS captured most of your imaginations in the run up to E3 this year, and I had to agree. We basically knew what to expect from Microsoft's Kinect (née Project Natal) and Sony's PlayStation Move, but the Nintendo 3DS had a big question mark box hovering over it. Now that I've had the chance to get my hands on it and take the demos for a spin, I can safely say that Nintendo is going to make another billion with this technology. We were right to be so interested. It's clearly the more intriguing technology at this point.
And speaking of Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft, it's time once again to crown an E3 winner. Which major hardware producer won the show this year? Let's hear your thoughts (even if I think I already know what they are). I'm going to go ahead and give you my answer now: Nintendo wins this one. After several years of openly pandering to the family/casual crowd at E3, this year the company announced a demoed a massive slate of games featuring old core friends that have long been missing. With titles like Donkey Kong Country Returns, Kirby's Epic Yarn, GoldenEye 007, and even early things like Starfox 64 3D and Kid Icarus: Uprising, it looks like an excellent time to be an old-school Nintendo fan.