SEGA's record with mature Wii titles has been so-so at best. MadWorld was not a hit. House of the Dead: Overkill wasn't a monster seller, but did well due to a lower price point.
But that doesn't mean SEGA has given up on mature Wii titles.
"You have to push boundaries and explore," says SEGA Europe's Gary Dunn. "I think whilst MadWorld commercially didn't sell what we were expecting I wouldn't say it's game over for mature Wii titles from Sega."
Continuing Dunn adds that the company is looking at its resources it has now. "We've got money to invest in development," he says, "we're just considering where to invest it next." But is there an audience for mature Wii titles?
Sega: It's not game over for mature Wii titles [Games Industry]