Jaffe's Project Will Not Debut At E3
If you were thinking that Eat Sleep Play's new game would debut at E3 this year, in the immortal words of Judas Priest, "you got another thing comin'."
David Jaffe made it very clear over at his rapidly expanding Twitter page that his long-awaited project will most certainly not be at E3 in June. Jaffe clearly likes to post a lot so you have to scroll down a bit for the tweet in question, but it just says, in response to another poster, "Well I assure you 100% that is not accurate. If my game would be at E3, I would be there." He also clears up that mystery surrounding the previously leaked name of "Twisted Metal: Harbor City;" it was a new installment from "ages ago" and was basically a sequel to Twisted Metal: Black. But obviously, that project never got completed. As for when the game he is currently working on will arrive, Jaffe once again shifted the focus to Sony, saying it's "Sony's call" and, "they pay for the game, they own the game." Yes, we've known for a while that it will be exclusive to a PlayStation platform (hopefully, the PS3 and not the PSP) but at this rate, I think we're all just tired of waiting. If it won't be at E3, when?
They already missed GDC and TGS isn't really the right announcement venue, so...eh, just announce it already. Like we've said before, we really have no idea why Sony is taking the CIA black bag approach to this game.
4/28/2010 10:40:36 AM Ben Dutka