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‘The Last Guardian’ director talks potential update and 2014 goals

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Fumito Ueda has made a brief comment in regards to the long-delayed Playstation 3 exclusive video game, “The Last Guardian.” According to a report from Dual Shockers on Dec. 28, the game director was featured in an interview with the 4gamer Japanese gaming website.

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He stated that he should be able to provide “some kind of update” when asked to give a message to fans and reveals his goals for next year. You can check out some screenshots from the action-adventure video game in the slideshow to the left of this article and Fumito Ueda’s response below (courtesy of 4gamer and Dual Shockers):

As soon as possible, I think I’ll be able to give some kind of update.

Although Fumito Ueda is the director of “The Last Guardian,” he is no longer an employee of Sony Computer Entertainment. However, he will be staying with the company at least until the project is completed.

The video game, which was supposed to be the spiritual successor to “Ico” and “Shadow of the Colossus,” was previously delayed indefinitely as a result of technical problems. Fumito Ueda previously hinted that the upcoming title has undergone some changes from the original vision.

Sony Computer Entertainment has not yet divulged and new details on “The Last Guardian” with the exception of confirming that the highly-anticipated video game is still in development. The software product was previously announced as a Playstation 3 title although recent rumors mentioned that it may have been moved to the next-generation system.


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