IGN recently reported that Team ICO's The Last Guardian—which was originally announced for PlayStation 3 in 2009 and has been in a somewhat tumultuous development cycle—has been cancelled. Despite citing sources within Sony, others from the company were quick to shoot down the report. Read on for more.
The Last Guardian was originally announced in 2009, and director Fumito Ueda recently told Edge magazine he feels "terribly sorry" for the delay. Read on for more.
Sony, please quit playing games with our hearts. While speaking with GameTrailers, Sony Computer Entertainment America CEO Jack Tretton said Team Ico's The Last Guardian is on hiatus, but that statement has since been corrected. Read on for more.
Following months of anticipation and almost no updates on its current progress, former Team Ico head Fumito Ueda has posted an update on the long-awaited The Last Guardian in a letter posted on his personal site earlier this morning. Hit the jump for the details.
After months of anticipation and concern over whether we would see Team Ico's latest game in The Last Guardian, the game may have met an unceremonious end, as GameStop is sending out word today that the game has been canceled. More after the jump. (Updated with Sony's statement and GameStop's clarification)
November ended with some slightly disconcerting rumors involving Team Ico frontman Fumito Ueda leaving Sony, while still working on The Last Guardian on a freelance basis. According to Gamasutra, Sony has confirmed this to be true, but Ueda's project still lives on. More after the jump.
While this remains a rumor which Sony has not commented on, Eurogamer reports that Fumito Ueda, visionary creator of Ico, Shadow of the Colossus and the upcoming The Last Guardian, has left Sony. More after the jump.