Publisher Rockin' Android has already made an impression amongst "doujin' fans for packing its summer/fall release schedule with four shooters (Qualia and Suguri Perfect Edition already out, two more on the way), but the company doesn't plan to limit its scope to simply localizing Japanese PC titles.

Along with its plans to secure licensing on more independent Japanese games like RosenKreuzStillette, Dread Lock, Crescent Pale Mist, and Big Bang Beat, Rockin' Android also wants to eventually bring its titles to console download services.

"Porting our games over to Xbox Live, PSN and WiiWare has always been part of the plan," Rockin' Android's president Enrique Galvez told gaming blog Siliconera. "We made a splash at Comic-Con International recently and received a lot of attention from the big guys, so it’s in the works for next year. Sadly, I can’t say too much yet."

Galvez didn't specify when the company hopes to pursue these plans, but with an already busy schedule ahead of it, I suspect Rockin' Android won't jump into these plans for some time.