Bethesda: ‘Never Say Never’ On Wii U, Vita Support

IGN: ''Bethesda has released plenty of PC and console games and is already planning to support Xbox One and PlayStation 4. While the publisher has a wide range of multiplatform titles and has even experimented with mobile, it has yet to publish a game on Wii U, Vita or 3DS. In an interview with IGN at E3, Bethesda VP of PR and marketing Pete Hines explained his philosophy regarding expanding to additional systems.''

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PopRocks3591942d ago

Hope so. You guys are a pretty big developer, and those two systems are in need of some bigger, better support.

SynGamer1942d ago

Still hoping for Vita support, couldn't care less about the Wii U.

PSNintyGamer1942d ago

Opposite for me hoping for Wii U support. Couldn't care less about vita

chadboban1942d ago


Maybe you both could grow the hell up and realize you're not the only gamers in the world.

Support for both of those systems would be nice.

PigPen1942d ago

Hoping for Vita support, ha ha ha ha.

SynGamer1942d ago

@chadboban - Grow up? I'm an adult who likes my PS Vita and has no interest in the Wii U.

Why U SO Mad?

PopRocks3591942d ago

He's saying it would be a nice gesture if you said "It would be great if Wii U owners could have Bethesda's support as well as us Vita owners." Basically you're only thinking for yourself as oppose to the benefit of everyone.

I don't own a Vita right now, but I do want it to have some support for those who already own one.

SynGamer1942d ago

I don't agree with what Nintendo has done with the Wii U, so not, I don't really want games going to it just for the sake of going to it. I'd rather see games on the PS Vita and 3DS, personally.

TURKEYonWH3AT1942d ago

Who the hell plays the Vita? It's a PSP with a touch screen added

SnotyTheRocket1942d ago

What exactly has Nintendo "Done" with the Wii U? I think it's a pretty cool system, just needs more support. The only reason it doesn't get it is because gamers like you won't give it a go.

PrimeGrime1942d ago (Edited 1942d ago )

@ TURKEYonWH3AT [WiiU owner/lover AC MILAN FAN Realist ]

"Who the hell plays the Vita? It's a PSP with a touch screen added"

Hmm maybe the 5 million plus people that have bought one. The Vita is nothing like the PSP lol. Differences is the PSP never had a second analog, another huge difference is power. The PSP wasn't even close in terms of hardware in anyway either, it has cameras which the PSP never had in it as well one of which can be used for video chatting.

If you don't own or actually know anything about it then shut the hell up will you? That is like saying the Wii U is nothing but a Wii with a touchscreen, your comment is just as stupid.

MegaLagann1942d ago


I'm hoping for N Gage support. Couldn't care less about 32X.

TedCruzsTaint1942d ago

I want both because, you know, gamer.

ziratul1942d ago

Who cares about Vita? Only radical sony fanboys own that system.

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Xof1942d ago

I'd love to see see Skyrim on Vita. New games are always good, but in terms of what Bethesda's already got out, I'm not sure I'd care about any WiiU ports as my (brand-spanking new) WiiU is connected to the same display as my PS3.

And I have a feeling most, if not all (core) gamers are in a similar situation.

NovusTerminus1942d ago

How about that PSP TES game? Dig it up and turn it Vita bound.

And the Wii U can run Skyrim, port it over with some new stuff in it!

Qrphe1942d ago

It was an Oblivion spinoff, and that Oblivion Wii build also got scrapped.

SactoGamer1942d ago

I'd love to see something Bethesda on Wii U. I can see something like TES or Fallout working well on the platform by using the gamepad's touchscreen for inventory management and keeping track of quests.

Kevlar0091942d ago (Edited 1942d ago )

I'll be sad if the WiiU doesn't get Fallout4. I could see someone making a PipBoy skin for their gamepad. The highest difficulty could not pause when you use your pipboy, forcing you to move and switch at the same time ala ZombiU

Bethesda most likely looks for two things when they decide to develop for a system: A)Will we make a profit off that system alone. B)Can we do all the things we want without cutting corners, can we deliver the "Bethesda" experience. So much of the WiiU's future depends on the next 10 months, hopefully its FirstParty can pull through

Gamesgbkiller1942d ago (Edited 1942d ago )

Come on Bethesda.!

Do the games & we will handle your money.

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