According to Andriasang, CEO Yoichi Erikawa made the comments during an earnings report, and said that the firm would also have games ready for the release of Sony's NGP handheld.
The report suggests that new hardware was an important part of the company's financial strategy, following a year which saw software sales fall by 7%, but operating profit rise 415.5%.
Tecmo Koei's biggest seller of the year was Dynasty Warriors 7, which sold 660,000 copies on the PS3 and Xbox 360, followed by Samurai Warriors Chronicle on the 3DS, which sold 260,000 units.
Overall software sales were close to six million. More than half of all sales were made in Japan, while more than one million Tecmo games were sold in North America.
Nintendo's upcoming console, codenamed Project Cafe, will be officially unveiled at next month's E3 event in Los Angeles.