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’.
Stewart Gilray of ‘Just Add Water’ spreads a rumor on the PS Nation podcast that PS4 developer Mark Cerny & his team may be finishing ‘The Last Guardian’.
‘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 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.
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.
After years of uncertainty surrounding ‘The Last Guardian,’ Sony has offered another vague, but hopeful statement.
Sony boss Shuhei Yoshida confirms that ‘The Last Guardian’ is still in development after some ‘re-engineering,’ but for which platform?
‘The Last Guardian’ is still nowhere to be found and ‘DayZ’ is going to be over a year off it’s planned release date. Read on for the latest on Team Ico and Bohemia’s highly anticipated titles.
The E3 Insider site hints that ‘Beyond Good & Evil’, ‘Warrior’s Lair’ and ‘The Last Guardian’ will all be showcased at E3 2013.
Sony unveiled the PS4 before announcing a release date for the long-awaited PS3 game, The Last Guardian. Here’s the apology and a theory for what’s coming for Team Ico’s latest.
Former Team Ico leader Fumito Ueda has posted an update on the long delayed ‘The Last Guardian,’ and advises eager fans to ‘keep an eye out’ for an ‘official announcement.’
Ubisoft has confirmed on a financial call today that ‘Watch Dogs’ will launch in 2013, while Sony won’t commit to 2013 for ‘The Last Guardian.’
‘The Last Guardian’ is predictably absent from the 2012 Tokyo Game Show, but an anonymous Sony of Japan developer promises that work on the long delayed game continues.
Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida says that ‘technical issues’ are forcing development staff to ‘re-do’ work on ‘The Last Guardian.’ It’s still coming to PS3, but SCEA has abandoned the game’s trademark.
The comments may be brief, but Fumito Ueda has confirmed that development on ‘The Last Guardian’ is proceeding, hinting his relationship with Sony is less tenuous than previously rumored.