There may be hope for a Wii version of upcoming 360, PS3 and PC grapple swinging action game Bionic Commando, the game's producer has revealed.
Speaking to VideoGamer.com in an interview found elsewhere on the site, Capcom's Ben Judd said that a Wii version of the sequel to the 1988 NES original would largely depend on how much Bionic Commando's fans want it.
When asked if a Wii version could ever come to the Wii, Judd said: "It will largely depend on what the fans want for the future of Bionic Commando.
"If the interest is there, of course we want as many people as possible to appreciate this great franchise."
Some Wii-owners have expressed their disappointment that the game isn't currently being developed for Nintendo's motion-sensing controller, with a feeling that the Spiderman-esque swing mechanic would be well suited to the Wii Remote.
If you're one of them, now you know what to do - make enough noise and it looks like Capcom will listen and get it done.
Judd had quite a lot of interesting things to say about Bionic Commando, including likening the game to Devil May Cry, Metal Gear Solid and Grand Theft Auto no less.
For more on the game head over to our Bionic Commando game page, where we have all the latest screenshots and video footage from the game.