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MercurySteam doing new 360/PS3 game

Konami to publish. No details.

Spanish developer MercurySteam is working on an as-yet unnamed game for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

That's according to publisher Konami, which danced into our inboxes earlier releasing balloons and announcing it is going to publish it.

Details are "shadowed in secrecy", says Konami, but "the title will form a major part of Konami's 2009-2010 line-up".

Konami's head of product planning Dave Cox says that it's nice to be able to announce another game given that Sumo Digital's New International Track & Field is nearly finished (shh, nobody point out that it hasn't really been announced).

"Mercury Steam is an exciting and very talented group, and their plans for the first Europe-grown title for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 are both ambitious and ground-breaking. We look forward to unveiling full details of this stunning title further down its development cycle," says Dave.

Thanks Dave. MercurySteam, in case the name sounds familiar, has previously worked on American McGee's Scrapland and Clive Barker's Jericho.

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