E3: MGS: Rising for PC/PS3 too?

Plus: MGS: Peace Walker PSP.

Oops! Konami may not be discussing formats for Metal Gear Solid: Rising, but UK-based media resource Games Press appears to have let the genetically modified super-soldier out of the cardboard box.

According to the site's listings overnight - and still this morning - MGS: Rising is down for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, with "TBA" listed for launch dates.

However, the site is more specific about a new PSP game, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, which is lists for 2010. Double oops. Mind you, Sony still has them beaten on that front after outing the PSP Go including a new MGS game over the weekend on its own prematurely published online TV show.

We still expect to hear about the new MGS PSP game - Peace Walker, then - at the Sony conference tonight at 11am PST / 7pm BST / 8pm CET, although given MGS: Rising's presence at the Microsoft conference yesterday we wouldn't necessarily expect to hear about that again until Konami itself pipes up.

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