We'll probably never know. In any case, it seems like the light-gun game for the Nintendo 64 has been created, and is in fact a real game. We've seen before that Capcom actually has licenses to make games for the Nintendo console, but this is the first time that one of their licensed games has actually been released. This particular game has a rather unique premise, and does not seem to be based off of a single Resident Evil title. With this game, you must help an insurance agent named Andress, and together you must run his business and protect the customers. This game may have been in development for a while, but was just announced today by the website Polygon. Additionally, this game seems to be timed for release on November 18th for the Nintendo 64. While the Wii Virtual Boy was not a commercial success, many believe that this game will also not be a huge success, if it even sees the light of day at all. "It looks like it's gonna be a low-budget, low-quality game that will likely die a quick death," commented Eric S. Raymond at the Gamasutra website. "And the franchise has gone from a series of truly first-rate games to one of the weakest-selling franchises in recent memory." "Wii owners will be disappointed to see that this game is not a straight port of an earlier N64 game (Resident Evil Zero), but rather a new concept: a light gun game for the system. And in spite of that, it looks to be a bad game." Some gamers are already on-board with the idea of a Resident Evil light gun game. "I'd buy it in a heartbeat," commented one user at the Gamespot website. "It's something I would love to play." However, there are also plenty of skeptics that believe that this game will never see the light of day. "Just another way to make money. These games are a dime a dozen, for better or worse," commented one at the Bleeding Edge website. "I don't want to rain on the parade, but I think you've got it wrong. This isn't a new concept. There are far better ways to make money on a Nintendo 64 title than to adapt a Resident Evil game for light guns." So, will the Wii have a small Resident Evil franchise? Not really. Will it have a Resident Evil franchise? We'll have to wait to see.