PixelJunk developer Q-Games will show off three new titles at E3 next week.
"E3 coming up... it's exciting!" CEO Dylan Cuthbert Tweeted earlier today. "Three of our games are at the show! That has to be some kind of record for a small company like Q right?"
He later confirmed that one of them will be Move-friendly PlayStation 3 music game PixelJunk Lifelike, though the other two remain unannounced.
Other than its PixelJunk brand for Sony, Q-Games has a long history with Nintendo, dating way back to when Cuthbert co-developed SNES classic Star Fox while at Argonaut Games. So something for the 3DS perhaps? Or maybe even Project Café? Place your bets.
Q-Games' last offering, PixelJunk Shooter 2, won a 7/10 from Eurogamer's Chris Schilling when it launched on PS3 back in March.
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