I can't say I'm surprised by this at all because Onechanbara feels right at home on the Wii. The game is about slicing zombies with a sword and the Wii can emulate the motions. Also the Onechanbara has typically been a budget series. Developing the game on the Wii would be more reasonable than bringing the series another console. So if you have been dreaming of an intuitive Wii port look forward to Onechanbara R (temporary name) in 2008.