Don't reckon that's happening in the near future. The only two notebook brands that are easily found in the US that have the trackpoint are Dell's Latitude and Lenovo's Thinkpad. Dell released the D820 (which would be about as close as you're gonna get to a gaming Laptop with trackpoint) a year ago. It will most likely be another year before they update again for Intel's Santa Rosa, and it still won't have graphics capable of the performance you desire. Thinkpads are worse spec wise and Lenovo's further behind the curve than Dell is.
There MIGHT be something available overseas that is not sold in the US. The problem with importing though is customs taxes as well as the foreign keyboard layouts and OS versions. Then there's also the lack of a power cord that works in the Western Hemisphere.
I'll tell you right now, the average consumer doesn't care about the Trackpoint, they think both the pad and the stick suck and use a mouse with their Laptops. By and Large it's only corporate users that care about the trackpoint. The laptop makers are only going to make what they can sell the most of with the biggest profit margin.