One can hardly argue that a plethora of developers have given "serious" support to the Wii since launch. Of course, now that pretty much everyone in the world owns one, it's nice to see studios kept in usually high regard branching out. Like Bethesda, best known for the Elder Scrolls series and Fallout 3.
Sean Brennan, managing director over at Bethesda Europe, told GamesIndustryBiz.net that the company has been eyeing the progress of M-rated titles on Wii and are willing to give it a go.
We are going to make an announcement on a really big Wii game this year. We've got a couple of other things in the pipeline, and it's a format we're really looking at with the right approach.
Bethesda has previously published two titles on Wii, Star Trek: Conquest and AMF Bowling World Lanes, but so far hasn't dipped their development toes.
Could this mean an Elder Scrolls or Fallout title on Wii? Sounds like a possible Megaton, amirite?!