Source: A since-pulled resume for former Bruckheimer Games employee Justin Leader, captured via Google Docs by Internet sleuth Superannuation.
What we heard: Film icon Jerry Bruckheimer--who helped create big action films like the Pirates of the Caribbean series--partnered with MTV Games in 2007 to create an "incubation studio" called Jerry Bruckheimer Games, where game ideas would be developed but not the games themselves. Little has been heard as to what the studio has been working on since its inception, but now, new information has trickled out.
According to the resume of former Jerry Bruckheimer Games employee Justin Leader, the studio is (or was) working on not one, but three "major unannounced video games, including Xbox 360, and PS3 products." Unfortunately, further specifics were not offered.
The official story: Neither Jerry Bruckheimer Games nor MTV Games--which is all but closed down--could be reached for comment.
Bogus or not bogus: To date, Jerry Bruckheimer Games has yet to announce or release anything pertaining to what it is working on. Additionally, the studio's website is empty and is only accepting registrations. However, it's a near certainty that the studio is developing something, and Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 games are a likely fit.