Anyone can make a fairly strong argument that Capcom has been a great third-party supporter on the Wii. Wii owners have received classic titles with a fresh coat of paint with an additional mix of original content. Capcom did not announce anything of great importance to the hardcore gamer at E3, but that's not to say that no more games will be coming from the company soon. Capcom's Christian Svensson provided a somewhat enigmatic post on Capcom's community forums, which seems to hint at continued support. "…But again, at any one time, you only know about half the games we have in development. That's all I'll say on this." Also noteworthy is a small bit of news on the number of zombies that will be encountered in Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop. According to Mr. Svensson, "The screenshots released give you a decent idea [about the number of enemies]. Suffice to say, it's not the number we could do on 360, but that's to be expected. It'll be sufficient to keep you well busy though."