Peripheral maker Razer is famed for its PC and console controllers, but it hasn't supported the Wii U so far. However, that all looks set to change as CEO Ming-Liang Tan has confirmed via Twitter that the company is "definitely considering" supporting Nintendo's console in the future.
When asked if Razer would be supporting the PS4 and Wii U - both of which will be seeing a lot of action in Fighting Game Tournaments next year - the reply was:
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U is a big draw on the fighting game circuit, while the PS4 will be playing host to Street Fighter V, so it's hardly a surprise that Razer is finally considering these two platforms.
Perhaps we'll see a proper arcade fighting stick for the Wii U? Or maybe a variant on the classic GameCube pad, tailored for Smash? Let us know what you think of this news by posting a comment.