We'd pretty much bet our life savings of £5.67 that TimeSplitters 4 (first details here) will release on PS3 and Xbox 360, but it's also looking likely that we wouldn't lose money by backing a Wii version either.
Free Radical's David Doak has described Wii development in general as "a good thing to do" and followed that up with "I think we want to put it [TimeSplitters 4] on the Wii", in an interview with Game Informer.
"I'm sure it's possible to do a control scheme that works", Doak added when asked about his thoughts on developing a first-person shooter for Wii.
He went on to say he'd like to see Free Radical's Second Sight on Wii too.
"Also, if you want to start a petition for remaking Second Sight on the Wii, I'd like to see that as well, because I think that game worked really well, [laughs] because of the manipulation stuff."