Game developers are a cagey, paranoid lot. We know more about what goes on in the inner workings of the CIA than about the latest upcoming game releases. Gaming is a world filled with silence, non-disclosure agreements, secret tests and hidden projects. The question is, why? Why are game developers inducted into this cult of silence when being open and available would probably sell more games? Is this silence a problem the gaming industry must overcome? Kotaku has the story.