We'd imagine brows are getting sweaty over in the PlayStation 3 camp. Despite Sony's insistence that the console's set for Japanese launch this 'spring', there's still no official word on a release date or launch line-up. What's more, the patience of gamers everywhere is clearly reaching breaking-point, with no firm indication of further announcements before E3.
However, GDC director Jamil Moledina has stated that some chunky new morsels of PS3 info will be revealed in SCE boss Phil Harrison's keynote at this month's Game Developers Conference. Exactly what we'll come away with is unclear, but Moledina strongly encourages the press to attend the keynote.

"In general, platform providers have a unique opportunity at the GDC to share knowledge with and inspire the people who will make or break their consoles, namely the game developers themselves," said Moledina. "With that in mind, this GDC keynote, along with the Nintendo keynote by Satoru Iwata, have both been in development for several months, and contain significant editorial value and developer takeaway."
Many hope SCE will use the keynote to finally reveal the PS3's launch date, now heavily rumoured for delay due to difficulties finalising specs for the console's Blu-Ray drive.

Meanwhile Nintendo President Satoru Iwata is also touted to be dropping a 'Revolution bomb' in his GDC keynote. Speaking in an earlier interview, Nintendo marketing man Reggie Fils-Aime said that the battle for the hearts and minds of developers would "come to a head at GDC."

This year's GDC kicks off in San Jose on March 20 and we'll be there to bring you the news as and when its happen.