GamesIndustry.biz had an interview with Brian Farrell, THQ's CEO, about games and the new consoles.
Here's a snip:
Is the platform support from THQ equally split amongst the three consoles at the moment?
Probably in terms of number of SKUs we're slightly more aggressive on Wii, just because we see that as the biggest market opportunity with Pixar, Nickelodeon, WWE is a natural opportunity on Wii. There are a couple of other things I can't talk about today that I saw at one of our studios where I thought, 'These products belong on the Wii.'
Then when you look at the core gamer properties, these are the big bets - the high cost, very targeted games. Things like Frontlines, Saints Row. You've got to compete at the highest level of quality. There are fewer of those bets, but they'll probably be very large in terms of sales numbers.
It's probably more SKUs, more actual games on the Wii, but in terms of revenue dollars, as we look out it's pretty evenly split.