Ex-Capcom boss Keiji Inafune has said he's hoping to announce a brand new project from one of his two newly-formed companies in September at Tokyo Game Show.
He told 1UP he wouldn't be making the trip out to LA in a week-and-a-half, but said that something is being planned for TGS instead.
"For E3, it's a bit too early. The company was just created a few months ago, so I don't think we're going to have anything to show and I personally won't attend because people are busy at E3, so to actually get the time to sit down and talk and do the business you need to do, a lot of times you can't," he said.
"For Tokyo Game Show, yeah, there's something I'd like to be able to show at TGS if we can get it out in time and that's kind of the goal. There's no promises on that, but as far as participating in TGS, of course I will be there."
Inafune founded two companies after leaving Capcom last October, which were only named last month: Intercept and Comcept.
It's thought that he's working on an RPG for PS3 as well as a social title.
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