Arkham Asylum, Devil May Cry Wii Prototypes Surface OnlineSteve Bowling12/27/16 4:46pmFiled to: PrototypeWii13EditPromoteShare to KinjaGo to permalinkEarlier today, Red Fly Studio, a small development outfit based in Austin, TX, posted a number of videos showing prototypes for Wii ports of popular games released for last-generation consoles. This is the first time these prototypes have been made public.AdvertisementIt is unclear as of this writing under what pretense these prototypes were created. The developers of the original games may or may not have been involved with or even aware of their creation. That being said, each of them does indeed look impressive, especially considering the hardware on which they claim to be running. Red Fly Studio is best known for a canceled Darth Maul game. The bulk of their work has been centered around porting other developers’ efforts to Nintendo hardware. The studio claims each of the demos shown were made in a couple of weeks. Arkham Asylum was specifically believed not to be able to run on the Wii. While these prototypes don’t disprove that, it is interesting to see how much of the core gameplay seems to remain intact.