The Last Guardian director Fumito Ueda stopped by the EU PS Blog to announce that The Last Guardian and ICO/Shadow of the Colossus HD Collection had suffered a setback, and while there, he gave the reasons why.
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New Last Guardian Details Unearthed, Dev Moving Beyond “Limits Of Games”, Calls PS3 “Wholly Artificial”
The Last Guardian has seen a decent delay as of recent, with Sony pushing back the game all the way into the holiday season. Who knows, the highly anticipated title from director Fumito Ueda might not even see a release this year – but before you get all feisty etc., look below the break to see why, as the developer’s unleashed a plethora of information to PlayStation: The Official Magazine about the game, talking of the Trico’s unique strength, working around the “limits of games” and much more details.
Damage control, damage control, we have a very troubling situation here. What seems to be some new screenshots of Team ICO’s new game, The Last Guardian, has just landed on the internet and it’s catching the whole place on fire.
I can’t see nothing, the smoke’s engulfing the entirety of gaming’s web.
The speculation has ended, then. Team ICO’s The Last Guardian will be present at the Tokyo Game Show.
Clap your hands, people.
Sometimes, the most awesome news comes through simple Q&A sessions, sometimes even via twitter. In fact twitter is the place celebrities come out and talk all sorts of things these days.
In this case, Fumito Ueda, the man behind upcoming PS3 exclusive The Last Guardian, retweeted what many journalists would love to know.
When something is good, say it’s good. “If you like it say you like it”, are the lyrics to a popular song from a band named WCK. And it’s true. Why do people give flowers to the dead is beyond me; those flowers should be given to loved ones while they’re alive and can actually smell the thing. Because when you’re dead, believe me, you won’t have time to smell flowers. Is either you’re up with the savior or down with the heat. Enough of that.
Same thing with game developers. We don’t applaud them enough in my opinion, the games we enjoy took long years to develop. And never let anyone fool you into believing that games development is an easy thing, because they’re not. You want easy then go to a movie set in Hollywood, but if you want intricacy and painstaking, tedious work, welcome to the games development business.