Check Out 18 Minutes Of The Last Guardian’s Gameplay

Thanks to this year’s Tokyo Game Show and Famitsu new 18 minutes of the Last Guardian gameplay has gone up. The video discovers platforming and puzzle solving, while showing off its environments and other essentials. The Last Guardian is set to release on December 6th in North America, December 7th in Europe, and December 9th in the UK.

Today I’m not reporting on a set-back, delay or cancellation of The Lost Guardian, I mean “The Last Guardian”, but providing eager fans a glimpse at new gameplay footage. To be honest I’m always wondering how the actual game will play out on release, and if videos like the one below are any indication, I hope it won’t be broken or glitchy like some other games.

I bring glitchy up because when Shuhei Yoshida took to the he noted that…

“We have encountered more bugs than anticipated while in the final stages of development.”

If the game plays out to be really fun but contains massive glitches, which are frustrating to come across, that could potentially hinder the game. Hopefully the devs can iron out all of the bugs and problems so that it can release on said date. But, now I’m sounding very wishful.

Anyways, Famitsu has gone up with a new video running over 18 minutes long in length. Although I do want to say one thing, if this video is considered new and for TGS-2016, why is it the same map from E3 2015 just re-arranged?

The trailer sits below standing as a direct-feed gameplay video. Thanks to Famitsu you can watch it below.

I know many people are looking forward to this game, and with its newest release date just three months away I wonder if the game will be ready to ship, or face another delay in the coming months?

While we wait for more information regarding The Last Guardian to drop, the game will be available worldwide December 7th through December 9th, and will be for PS4.


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  • C G Saturation

    At least they gave us a reason for delaying it. You know other assholes would have just sold it to us and then patched the glitches after everyone’s already beaten the game, or had their save games corrupted twenty times.

    Ugh. Current game industry is assssssss.