Maegawa also revealed Treasure's "action" team--responsible for the Genesis run-and-gun Gunstar Heroes and the Saturn's fantasy-oriented Guardian Heroes--is working on an original title for the Wii. Recent Treasure titles like Astro Boy: Omega Factor and Guardian Heroes Advance show the studio can still "bring it" regarding beat-em-ups, as Shacknews can attest.
Because of the studios' work on the XBLA Ikaruga port, development of a previously mentioned pseudo-sequel to the title for Xbox 360 has been slowed considerably. The studio is discussing bringing more Treasure titles to Xbox Live Marketplace in the future, with cult-favorite Saturn and arcade shooter Radiant Silvergun an eventual possibility. However, Maegawa was quick to point out that an XBLA rendition of Ikaruga's predecessor would require significant work to modernize with high-resolution graphics.
As for the recently announced DS version of Bangai-O, Maegawa not only noted that the portable edition of Treasure's freznied multi-directional shooter will make its playable debut at this week's Tokyo Game Show, but that it will feature a substantial amount of new content over the previous N64 and Dreamcast iterations.