Every now and then, interviews begin with a list of things that cannot be discussed.
This is usually due to an over-zealous PR person, often American. When the shutters go up it's not pretty or, by definition, very interesting
In the case of Eidos, however, it is perfectly reasonable that there may be no-go areas when MCV rolls up to talk futures. After all, this publicly-listed company will be owned by Square Enix within weeks.
Bosses at the publisher's UK and European offices are hardly going to want to rock the boat. But they do want to talk – for they have to guide Eidos through its spring and summer release schedule.