Namco Bandai's weapons-based brawler SoulCalibur II may be getting a HD remaster for the PS3 and 360, but the game still has a chance of coming to Wii U, according to series producer Masaaki Hoshino.
When asked if there was any chance of the title hitting Nintendo's machine, Hoshino replied that it "wasn't out of the question". Namco Bandai is currently showing off the game at the Tokyo Game Show, along with free-to-play instalment SoulCalibur Lost Swords.
The original SoulCalibur II hit the PS3, Xbox and GameCube back in 2003. Each version had its own exclusive character, and in the case of the Nintendo edition it was Link from The Legend of Zelda. The HD remaster will feature Heihachi and Spawn — PS2 and Xbox exclusives respectively — on both PS3 and 360.
An online petition started by fans to get the game onto Nintendo's console has reached around 700 signatures at the time of writing.