LucasArts has confirmed the Indiana Jones game in development for PS3 and Xbox 360 is still in development, despite the recent lay off of up to 100 staff.
The new Indiana Jones action game has only just gone into production, according to a LucasArts source.
"Always two there are; no more, no less: a master and an apprentice." Yoda's stark pronouncement after the demise of double-ended laser-dildo freak Darth Maul in The Phantom Menace nails down the structure of the Sith order. Apparently, this is known as the Rule of Two.
It's the same every year at E3 in that almost all the really interesting, groundbreaking games are tucked away in appointment-only booths away from the sweat, noise and fuss of the show floor. It's not difficult to understand why, either. However glitzy and glamorous the event might look from afar, the reality is that the E3 show floor is not exactly the ideal place to experience a videogame for the first time. Small wonder, then, that LucasArts continues to conduct its show appointments in a quiet, sane area of the vast convention centre where it's possible to observe an early Indiana Jones tech demo without someone coughing up nachos in your face.