Killzone VIP Dubbedinenglish stated "I asked the Mutha in another thread he replied a no comment... So we'll have to wait and see."
Killzone VIP Ziggypanda stated "I'm pretty sure that Seb said GG won't be attending E3 this year."
It would be impossible if Guerrilla worked on another IP while Killzone 2 is still the center of attention. If anything, we believe some new downloadable content make surface sometime during summer 2009.
292w ago - This years list of developers attending E3 in July has been released. It isn't much of a shock that Square-Enix will be attending as they do every year.
What will be interesting to see is if they still believe that E3's downsizing gives them a good excuse to only show a small exhibition like last year, where we got almost no information concerning Final Fantasy XIII or any of the other Fabula Nova Crystallis titles.
The last time Final Fantasy XIII was shown outside of Japan was when it was revealed to the world at E3 2006 and ever since then it's been shown in private in Square's infamous Closed Mega Theater. All we received at last years convention was an interview with John Yamamoto, Square-Enix's European and North American CEO who divulged the possibility of a worldwide released.
He even then went onto say that they were saving all their big announcements for the Tokyo Game Show. Only two trailers have been released to the public in total, one of which, some of us were actually desperate enough to pay for.
All games in the compilation have been in development for over 2 years now so maybe Square-Enix will actually be confident enough to show us something new at this years E3. Let's hope so anyway. I suppose we'll have to wait for Square-Enix's game line-up which should be...