Elsewhere in 'wish it were so' news is that Nintendo are buttering up Rockstar Games to get Grand Theft Auto V launching on the Wii 2, alongside rivals.
Nintendo appear to call the Wii 2 'Project Cafe', and Retro as a first-party studio for the system received a dev kit when they first rolled off the line. A source spills that the studio is working on "a project everyone wants us to do".
Retro is behind the Metroid Prime trilogy and Donkey Kong Country Returns. This Project Cafe title could be a first-person shooter since they did so well with Metroid Prime. The successor to the Wii is said to be all HD and on par with Xbox 360 and PS3.
That certainly makes it possible then that Nintendo is courting Rockstar to get them open to the idea of launching Grand Theft Auto V on this 'Project Cafe', which would seriously boost the core gamer interest in the new home console.
Nintendo are expected to unveil their new tech at E3 this June.