The Last Guardian
About the Game:
Initial release date: December 6, 2016
Genre: Action-adventure game
Designer: Fumito Ueda
Composer: Takeshi Furukawa
Platform: PlayStation 4
Developers: Sony Interactive Entertainment, Team Ico, GenDesign, SIE Japan Studio
The Last Guardian Game Review:
In The Last Guardian, the unspoken are important, especially since the complementarity between Trico and the boy is effective and touching. Indeed, the kid may call the creature by shouting his name (the playful side of the boy being characterized by clapping of hands and a studied gesture), while the latter will respond to the call of his savior in order to give him a blow Of hand, or rather of paw. If at first it was simply a question of climbing onto Trico as a platform in order to reach inaccessible places, the discovery (in a superb immaculate room hiding a sort of mother-of-pearl sarcophagus) Light reflector shield changed the deal a little.
Indeed, using this object, we were allowed to create a ray of light, no matter where we are, and then aim at an object (mostly blocking, in the image of boards, A cluster of rocks, etc.) so that Trico generates a ray of energy, of course destroying the targets mentioned just before. Practical, although it is a fair return since Trico will not be asked to help his friend, he will have to find regular luminescent cans containing food at regular intervals so that his four-legged companion is more docile . One of the challenges is to bring these barrels back to Trico, often in the background, it is hoped that this mechanics will not be too restrictive and that from a moment onwards it will evolve towards something else in order to confirm The relationship of trust between man and animal.
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