An eGamer journalist goes through The Last Guardian's development history and talks about where it currently is, and where it could go.
How does an update on it's progress and confirmation that Ueda is still working on it bring its development into question? If anything isn't that a slight reassurance? The main point made in the article, besides trying too hard to dramatize the long dev period, is that the game may see a slight delay once more as they could decide to bring it to PS4 instead. From the sound of it the game is quite far along and from Ueda's hints about Sony making the release decisions (just days before their big event) there really should be a little less negative speculation and a little more optimism. Generally aimed comment: Just because it has had a long and difficult dev period there's no reason to take your impatient frustrations out on the game. We seen it with Gran Turismo and we'll see it more and more here, when in reality we know the pedigree of the studio and the games they have delivered in the past and we should be very, very excited.
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