According to wii.qj.net, Capcom is kind of doing what Sega did with not making "mature" video games anymore, the "lesson" http://www.wiichat.com/nintendo-wii-...i-anymore.html
heres the link http://www.gamekult.com/articles/A0000081940/
Recently, we heard Sega voicing out its disappointment with the Wii audience's reception of mature games on the console. As such, they most probably won't be forcing the issue anymore for this year. Today, we have another publisher expressing concerns over the Wii console, this time in the form of Capcom France.
According to office head Antoine Seux, "Indeed, the Wii is becoming complex." He is of the belief that only high-profile games backed by "massive advertising campaigns" (ie. Mario games) are the only ones that stand a chance."For us, Capcom, the future is the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360."
Apart from that, however, Seux also predicted that 2010 will be "a difficult year for the handheld in general, DS or PSP." As to how he was able to glean that prediction, he did not say.
To check out the full interview with Capcom France's Antoine Seux, head to the source link below.