What can The Last Guardian learn to leap from last gen game to current gen phenomenon?
A lot has changed since The Last Guardian was announced way back in 2007 for PlayStation 3. Games have made leaps and bounds over simplified old-school mechanics we see in early PS3/Xbox 360 games. That leaves worry in some peoples eyes when it comes to one of the most anticipated games (reintroduced) at E3.
Questions regarding gameplay, style, controller mechanics, and so much more have often been asked when bringing a game like The Last Guardian into a generation of gaming it was never met to reach. How will Team Ico and Sony brave together to create another master piece in this beloved series dating back to Ico on Playstaion 2 in 2001?
Here is our list of 15 gameplay features The Last Guardian can borrow from popular games to keep it up to date with current gen mechanics. Allowing it to be forever indented into our lives.
Player 2: Press Start
Many popular games utilize co-op as a form of social interaction. A way to enjoy a game with friends and family to experience a whole new world together. The Last Guardian is about a boy and a very large dog-bird-animal– does that not sound natural to have one player as the boy and the other as the animal? This could make for perfect couch co-op or even with friends from around the world online.