Do you think The Last Guardian is effectively dead?
@bigboss1911: I kind of thought last E3 was it's last chance for current gen (and it wasn't mentioned). And I feel like if they were planning on moving it to the PS4 it would have been mentioned here. But I am pretty sure that if it isn't mentioned at E3 it is definitely dead. But not seeing it here has made me lose faith in ever seeing it at all.
No, there has been games that have been in development for many years, what's to say that this one is dead because it has taken too long? If it's not shown in E3 it doesn't necessarily mean it's dead, maybe it's not a priority title right now.
They'll probably save it for E3, I hope.
Yeah, pretty much has to be something they're saving for E3. The fact that Sony reps and Ueda had reiterated in the past 6 months that it is still in development really means it can't suddenly be dead. If they had pulled a "no comment", then sure, almost certainly cancelled, but it's more likely that they're saving it for E3 because it's a little more niche.
Also, anybody notice this whole announcement was REALLY light on any Japanese-developed games? I feel like they went out of their way to avoid anything even remotely as out of touch as RIIIIIDGE RACER or Genji: Days of the Blade. Ono was the only part of the whole thing that was a little bit weird.
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