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Fumito Ueda, developer of ICO and The Last Guardian, returns to talk about ...

Gen Design - software house led by the creator of Ico, Shadow of the Colossus and The Last Guardian, Fumito Ueda, has published what could be the image of his new game. Under a message from ...

The Accident - The Last Guardian OFFERTON + Ubisoft 30th Weekend

As a press release of those in the world of vision, maybe you will not be interested at all but: THE LAST GUARDIAN DISCOUNTED AT THE GAMESTOP. Only for today 16 / 12 / 2016 both online and in store, therefore maximum circulation. For once ...
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The Last Guardian shows up with a new trailer at TGS 2016

During the Tokyo Game Show 2016, Sony showed a new trailer for The Last Guardian, the highly anticipated PlayStation 4 exclusive. Despite the recent postponement to the 6 December of this year, the Japanese software house continues ...
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The Last Guardian postponed: will be released in December

Through the official PlayStation Blog, Sony Interactive Entertainment announces a nice delay in the release of The Last Guardian, a Japanese title that has long been expected by PlayStation users, originally planned for PlayStation 4 for ...

The Last Guardian's new content and release date for the E3 2016

You know the girl / or chick you will never get to, that / or is the vaporware, the presented software that makes you ape but that will never arrive or will be deleted during the work. Well no guys, ...

Street Fighter V: Capcom fixes the netcode

The Street Fighter V netcode is often the subject of heated criticism from players towards Capcom, even going so far as to develop true and ...

Borderlands, Eli Roth will be the director of the film

Rumors about the film adaptation of Borderlands have been circulating for almost a year, a project that Gearbox has not yet talked about much, excluding sporadic ...

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