Fumito Ueda, the former director on Sony‘s increasingly elusive The Last Guardian, has popped up to drop a status report on everybody; letting them know that production on the game continues apace and that he remains as an active freelance contributor to the oft-delayed project. What is interesting of course, is that his statement not only foreshadows a future announcement by Sony, but that it should come so close to [...]
Sony has let the trademark for their long-in-development first party title, The Last Guardian, slide into oblivion; marking the latest development for the seemingly beleagured title. The news of the trademark expiration is just the latest chapter in the game’s troubled development. The last news tidbit being that as well as not being ready for E3 2012, Fumito Ueda, the director of the project, decided to step down and become a [...]
I thought I was slow when it came to getting a Twitter account. Today Fumito Ueda joined the ranks of Hideo Kojima, Tetsuya Nomura, Suda 51 and a whole belly lot of other developers and got himself a twitter account. It’s mostly about lifestyle stuff, but as always, there’s a tiny nugget of gaming tease here and there.
The E3 Expo is over for this year, and we learned a ton of new stuff. We know the name and games for Microsoft's Kinect, we know what the new Zelda title is, we know what David Jaffe has been working on, and that there's a new Rayman title in the works. And that's just the tip of the iceberg! However, there were some things gamers were expecting to see, but that never appeared. Here's a rundown of things that were MIA.
Team Ico main-man Fumito Ueda discussed with IGN today some of the basic mechanics behind the recently announced The Last Guardian title. Interacting with the eagle appears to be one of the central aspects to the game. You’re free to touch the eagle whenever you like. Its reactions will differ depending on where you touch it. There’s a care aspect for the eagle as well. You can feed the eagle [...]