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Capcom NOT Bringing Recent Games to Wii U

Capcom NOT Bringing Recent Games to Wii U

It was assumed by many that due to the recent ports such as Batman: Arkham City- Armoured Edition, Mass Effect 3 and Darksiders II that we would see many ports make their way onto Wii U within the first year or so after its release at least but it seems that, at least Capcom games anyway, that that may not be the case.

Capcom have confirmed via their Capcom Unity forums that recent games will not be making their way onto Nintendo’s new home console; the Nintendo Wii U. This means titles such as Resident Evil 6 are very unlikely to be within reach for Nintendo fans.

In an post, Christian Svensson (Capcom’s Senior Vice President) said the following:

“With regard to WiiU, in general we’re looking forward, not back so late ports are generally not on the table”.

What do you make of Capcom’s decision to look forward and not back?

[Source: Capcom Unity via Nintendo Life and Siliconera.com]

 

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