Andriasang: Fumito Ueda discusses additions for remakes and also touches upon 3D and Move support for Last Guardian.
I thought it's a given (?)
. I don't know the 3D support too. And a possible MOVE support for The Last Guardian??? O_o Now that's unexpected for me.
. Nice one.
...for The Last Guardian. DO IT!!!
HA! Bubbles^^ That said, I can't wait to see in what imaginative ways we have to climb and kill the Colossi to get the trophies. At any rate, it'll give me a good enough reason to play both games again.
All Ps3 games are required to have trophies. It's been that way for a while. So, yes, it IS a given.
Every ps3 game (or at least exsclusives) should have 3D and Move support.
A given, yes, but I never tire of hearing it.
" In its current state, we've pretty much used up the full system specs." oh oh oh oh that is awesome news
Actually it is not awesome news. Guy is saying they didnt build the engine with 3D in mind, and now he doest know whether they can squeeze the required power to run the game in 3D.
I hope they don't try to run 3D with The Last Guardian. If they do it will most likely downgrade the rest of the game, which wouldn't be worth it to those who don't have a 3D TV. On topic, I'm pretty sure Sony requires games to come with trophy support, but I still like to hear it. I can't wait for this collection and The Last Guardian to release.
I think he is refering to the "engine". It is still a PS2 game, 30FPS + 3D. It's amazing they could add that in despite devs stating that it won't be "easy". -End statement
funny how nobody understood my comment. "Ueda didn't rule out 3D for Team Ico's original PlayStation 3 game, The Last Guardian. When asked about possible 3D inclusion, he said "We're still looking into this. In its current state, we've pretty much used up the full system specs." it was about the last guradian ... READ THE ARTICLE PEOPLE !! that game took a long time to get up and it use all the power they can .. that's awesome ... some people are reply and disagreeing with me when they didn't even read the article ...
Nice, Mr. Ueda is showing full support for both games.
Aren't trophies a mandatory thing for all Ps3 games now? it's only natural that this games support it.
It's mandatory for new ps3 games, this is just a PS2 HD remake, so probably not mandatory.
Trophies are mandatory for EVERY PS3 title since January 2009. Ico/Shadow Collection is a PS3 title.
Of course it's mandatory. They're new games on the PS3. Yes they're PS2 games, but the remaster gives it a new lease of life on PS3, so essentially it's a new game/experience.
Ico/ Shadow Collection isn't a remake. It's an enhanced port (HD, 3D) of the PS2 games to PS3.
more excited for possible 3D/Move support for Last Guardian than trophies.
i play ico but i didn't like it, is Shadow good enough to spend 40$ on it ?
. If you still have a healthy PS2 / PS3 for the collection, you could try it first by renting / borrowing it. At least, you still save most of your money if you didn't like it.
Ueda's such a genius. Glad his masterpieces are getting the proper recognition.
So I will be picking these up for sure. 2011 is looking awesome for PS3. I think it is shaping up to be the best year yet imo.
should we call it ps3 or ps3D :p back on topic.. hope the hd collection gets move support...
I never played Ico or Shadow of the Colossus, which I'm ashamed to admit but back then I didn't know how good Ico was because I hadn't access to the internet and I didn't buy many magazines. When Shadow of the Colossus came out, I was playing Res 4 on PS2 and I never got round to playing it. I was going to buy both games for PS2 but I'm glad I didn't and I'm certainly glad I haven't played these games yet. Now I can play both of them and experience them for the first time in HD on my PS3 with trophy support. Life is good to those who wait. Thank you Sony!
I'm really excited about this release. I only played a little bit of each game, so I'm looking forward to playing them with better graphics, better framerate, and trophies.
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