Talking with Gamasutra at the Tokyo Game Show, Bungie's head of production Jonty Barnes fielded questions about their spiffy new Halo 3 engine and whether or not they'll license it to other developers who are interested in the technology. But Barnes was quick to deny thoughts re-iterating the fact that Bungie is in the market to create games and that they don't consider themselves a "tools" company. Instead, Bungie will be focusing their energy towards improving the engine for their other upcoming endeavors including the oh so mysterious Peter Jackson project. So for all you Stubbs the Zombie fans, sorry, but we don't thing Stubbs 2 will be running on the Halo 3 engine anytime soon ... so sad.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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