Bethesda's Pete Hines has been talking about the developer's hit RPG series Oblivion and the numerous console versions to Shack News. Hines says that although the company would like to get the game on Wii, the hardware's not really up to it.
"This time around we did Oblivion and again we designed a game that's really going to push some limits and would do the things we thought next-gen consoles might be able to do. When 360 dev kits were available, we did it on them because it was available. It's not really going to run on a Wii for example, but if it could we would put it there."
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