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PlayStation executive Shuhei Yoshida reveals why Sony has remained quiet over The Last Guardian, explaining that the development team does not want to spoil the story.
The Last Guardian’s co-developer genDESIGN teases that Sony’s PS4-exclusive adventure game might make an appearance during this year’s Tokyo Game Show.
With the release of The Last Guardian back on the cards, we take a look at five more successful games that survived a prolonged period in development hell.
Sony Computer Entertainment’s president Shuhei Yoshida says Team Ico’s The Last Guardian would have been canceled were it not for fans’ passion for the project.
This year’s E3 press conferences were full of surprises, from game announcements to new console features. Here our list of top 10 most surprising moments from E3 2015.
In an interview with PlayStation.Blog, The Last Guardian’s director, Fumito Ueda, says that he was nervous no one would remember the game when it was announced at E3 2015.
After being abandoned in development hell for years, Team ICO and Sony present a new trailer and release date information at E3 for ‘The Last Guardian’.
Watch the Sony E3 2015 press conference live for surprise new game reveals, as well as the latest news on ‘Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End’ and Project Morpheus!
Development hell is home to many highly anticipated games. As developers struggle with technology updates, funding, or lost direction, gamers have cause to fear that these four games may never get made.
‘The Last Guardian,’ the long in-development title from Team ICO, will finally reappear at E3 2015 next week, according to The Guardian and its own source,
‘The Last Guardian’ has been in development since 2007, but each new delay convinces some that the game will never see the light of day. Now a new trademark filing offers a glimmer of hope.
The murky future of ‘The Last Guardian’ continues to confuse hopeful fans, and the recent news of Sony’s trademark abandonment should do little to help the case.
‘The Last Guardian’s creator confirms the game is still on its way, implying once again that the title is coming to the PlayStation 4.
Despite years of setbacks, Sony insists that ‘The Last Guardian’ is still in development, but will not make an appearance at Tokyo Game Show.
Watch Sony’s PlayStation E3 press conference to see what’s in store for the PlayStation 4, Vita and Project Morpheus.
A source within Sony claims that if development for ‘The Last Guardian’ stays on track then the publisher may be ready to announce a release date for the highly anticipated game.