The Last Guardian: Is Sony keeping it in limbo?

The Last Guardian

When a new game console comes out, there’s a lot of expectations that come with it. One thing that will happen sometimes is that people will compare it to the game systems that are available now.

Another thing that people look forward to with a new console are the exclusive games.

Sony is going to release the PS4 within the next month to gamers that are craving a next gen system and there will be a good number of exclusive games that will release for the console.

There is one game that we have not heard too much about that was supposed to release for the PS3 and this is The Last Guardian. It’s been quite sometime since the game was announced in 2009 during the Sony press conference at E3.

When they showed off the first trailer for the game it had potential and another thing going for the game was the developer in Team Ico.

They were responsible for both Ico and Shadow of the Colossus. These two games were very popular among gamers that owned a PS2 and The Last Guardian was expected to follow in their footsteps.

The design of the game is that it would be played from a third-person perspective that combined action-adventure and puzzle elements. This all sounds great, but why have we not heard any new information on the game or when it might possibly be released.

The case is that with most video games as they go through the development cycle there will be delays. The game was expected to release on the PS3 and it still could depending on what Team Ico and Sony decide is best for the game moving forward.

It would be a surprise if they did release it for the PS3 this late in life cycle of the console, and it would make more sense for them to release it on the PS4.

The Sony Worldwide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida did say in an interview that they are waiting for the right time re-introduce The Last Guardian and would not confirm which console it would release on.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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