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The Last Guardian - Eurogamer preview

EG writes: "The two PlayStation 2 classics made by the small Sony team led by Fumito Ueda, Ico and Shadow of the Colossus, have a powerful air of mystery about them. Their hazy, bleached visuals, sorrowful air and vague stories make them seem like half-remembered children's books – the kind that had some secret, solemn, adult meaning that was always just beyond your understanding, but that affected you powerfully anyway."

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DigitalAnalog2814d ago (Edited 2814d ago )

"Sailing against the wind, Team Ico refuses to use any form of motion-capture, using hand-crafted step-by-step keyframe animation instead. The studio's gifted animators marry the tiny, exquisite observations you might see in a hand-drawn Miyazaki film to complex 3D models and sophisticated AI. It's a mind-blowing achievement."

Phenomenal. Abolsofriggenlutely PHENOMENAL.

-End statement

kite222814d ago

now this is what ps3 needs more of enough with the shooters! every1 should buy this game

bacano2814d ago (Edited 2814d ago )

Being completely honest, this is the game that I most look forward to this year.

Edit: Well, Gears 3 is there, too; but that feeling of "novelty"... only TLG

wildcat2814d ago

Wow what a well written article! The first paragraph is so true. I cannot wait for this game!

"The two PlayStation 2 classics made by the small Sony team led by Fumito Ueda, Ico and Shadow of the Colossus, have a powerful air of mystery about them. Their hazy, bleached visuals, sorrowful air and vague stories make them seem like half-remembered children's books – the kind that had some secret, solemn, adult meaning that was always just beyond your understanding, but that affected you powerfully anyway."