Action RPGs like Fallout 4 and Skyrim have gotten VR versions, as has Doom, but The Last Guardian demo offers a completely different sandbox in which to test the technology. No guns or dragons, just some kid playing in some ruins with some really funky looking bird-dog-cat. It’s also free. If you have a PS VR headset…
In case you just can’t get enough of Trico, Sony is releasing a PlayStation VR The Last Guardian “demo,” for free, on December 12. Sony says you’ll be able to “solve puzzles and see Trico up close.”
Strategy guide books are a tough sell in 2017, since the internet is free, but I like what Future has tried with their newish Last Guardian thing, which tries to combine tips with other stuff like interviews and concept art all in the one book.
After spending a little bit of time with the PlayStation 4 version of Shadow of the Colossus, I have to say that I’m really into the idea of game remakes.
One of the highlights of the IGF awards this week was a short video showcasing the next game from Fumito Ueda, creator of classics like The Last Guardian, Ico and Shadow of the Colossus.
The Last Guardian is a story about a boy and his giant monster friend, Trico. Using space, the game communicates a growing bond. How close are the two characters? When are they allowed to enter personal space? We examine how this relationship is crated in this video.
Ico and Shadow of the Colossus had deviously hidden secrets. Hidden areas and special weapons awaited players who explore those games to the fullest. But where are the secrets for The Last Guardian?
With many popular brands struggling to find a voice on social media, Arby’s spent 2016 charming an entirely new audience via gaming and pop culture papercraft creations. I spoke to Arby’s senior director of social and digital media about how they went from pictures of curly fries to cardboard chocobos.
The Last Guardian is filled with magical moments, but none quite as magical as when the legendary winged cat beast takes a massive rolling poo off the side of a treacherous bit of scaffolding.
Today on Highlight Reel we have Last Guardian dance parties, Titanfall 2 flag caps, NHL goals and much more!
This week on Kotaku Splitscreen, Jason and I sat down in the very same room to talk about hamburgers, poutine, and also occasionally video games.
Since the reveal of The Last Guardian, folks have been speculating about which one of the two main characters would be sacrificed to the god of emotional impact. Some have told us they can’t play the game until they know. Fine.
If waiting seven years for the third game from Ico and Shadow of the Colossus creator Fumito Ueda has taught us anything, it’s patience, which is exactly what’s needed to see our young hero and his massive catbird companion through to the end of The Last Guardian.
The Last Guardian gets a new cinematic trailer and creative director Fumito Ueda shares some final thoughts on the game before its release next month. He considers Virtua Fighter a big influence on The Last Guardian, and says his hope is that the player “feels the existence of Trico,” by the end of the game.
The editorial staff at Kotaku has repeatedly advised readers to not pre-order video games, and today we can reveal two more reasons not to pre-order: radical life changes and transformations to the gaming industry.
Right now, it’s impossible to say with certainty if The Last Guardian will be worth the wait. But, after playing through the game’s new 45-minute demo, I can definitely say it will be one of the most unusual titles to hit the PS4 this year. What I played of The Last Guardian was at times frustrating and at other times…
The Last Guardian, a video game best known for never actually coming out, got yet another delay today. It’ll now hit in December.
It’s been nearly 10 years since development started on The Last Guardian, designer Fumito Ueda’s long-anticipated follow-up to Ico and Shadow of the Colossus. I caught up with Ueda at E3 to talk about his lengthy journey.
Though I didn’t get a chance to play that newfangled Legend of Zelda that everyone was raving about, there was plenty to get excited about at E3.
Here’s something I thought I’d never get to say: I’ve played 30 minutes of The Last Guardian.