STUFF SPECIAL: Nintendo at E3

Nintendo's had some gloating to do. Wii's outselling the PS3 by six to one in Japan and two to one here, while the DS has spanked the PSP in the chart

Nintendo's had some gloating to do. Wii's outselling the PS3 by six to one in Japan and two to one here, while the DS has spanked the PSP in the charts. Time to rest on those cushiony laurels? Not Ninty. Here's what it's got lined up.Mario Kart WiiNot the final name for Mario Kart's long-awaited Wii début, but we got to look as some tasty screenshots and see the steering wheel adaptor we'll be slotting our wiimotes into – yup, that's it up there being grappled by Luigi and Mario. It'll be in our hands early 2008. Oh, and it'll be online multiplayer a la Mario Strikers Charged too. SweetWii FitRemember that Scottish personal trainer who put the Wii into his workouts? Nintendo's done the same with a dedicated Balance Board for "fun" aerobic, toning and balance activities. Watch out, it'll weigh you too – and compare results with the rest of the house. Should bring a new competitive element to your lard shifting. Out sometime before July 2008.Wii ZapperNo more dodgy 3rd-party knock-offs. Ninty's brought out it's own gun housing to transform your wiimote and nunchuck into a veritable shooter.Click through for news of a host of new Ninty titles...

New games Nearly 100 third-party Wii titles are on the way plus Metroid Prime 3: Corruption (27 Aug), Super Mario Galaxy (12 Nov), Super Smash Bros Brawl (3 December). The DS gets to show what it can do with the stunning Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass (1 Oct). Also on the way is Brain Age 2 (20 August) and a new grey-matter trainer Flash Focus: Vision Training in Minutes a Day (15 Oct). Intruiging.Essentials Contact: Nintendo Related stories: Guitar Hero III – Look, no wires Wii gets its download on UK Wiimotes to get colour in their cheeks?