Capcom's Masachika Kawata Sees Bright Future For Mature Wii Games, As Long As They Have 'Resident Evil' In The Title

G4TV Write: It's a question as old as time itself: Should developers spend their valuable time designing mature titles for the Wii? Now before you go spouting off your opinion, Capcom's Masachika Kawata has some thoughts on the matter. Kawata tells Kotaku that the poor sales numbers for Sega's ultra-violent splatterfest MadWorld are unfortunate, but he doesn't see that influencing the next Wii installment in his company's Resident Evil franchise, RE: The Darkside Chronicles.

"I personally have no fear (about sales of Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles). Resident Evil is a massive brand on a worldwide scale and you can't really compare it to MadWorld…Personally I do like MadWorld, I think it is a very unique game. I think we should be happy to be able to play a game like this. It's kind of disappointing that it didn't sell."

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