"We'll see," CEO Randy Pitchford told GameSpot today.
"That's not our call. I think [developer Demiurge Studios] did amazing work. I think it's really cool, but Sega's got to figure that out," he added. "We're doing the best we can."
Gearbox did not have a direct hand in developing Aliens: Colonial Marines for the Wii U, but Pitchford reportedly sees the game "regularly."
The Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC versions of the game were met by a cold critical reception at launch in February, though it was the month's sixth-best-selling title in the United States during that month, according to NPD data.