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Naughty Dog Developers Hail The Last Guardian as being a ‘Masterpiece’; Want Photo Mode

The Last Guardian

The Last Guardian has attracted polarising reviews since its launch last week, but Uncharted 4 and The Last of Us creative director Neil Druckmann and writer Josh Scherr leave no doubts about where they stand on Fumito Ueda’s long awaited title.

In a series of tweets posted earlier today, Druckmann seemed initially blown away by the long-awaited spiritual successor to Shadow of the Colossus, before later praising Ueda and his team for creating a ‘masterpiece’.

He also went on to call for a photo mode to be introduced to the title, as well as imploring genDESIGN and SIE Japan not to make players wait another ten years for their next game.

Earlier, fellow Naughty Dog developer Josh Scherr also wrote of the game in a highly positive light, describing Trico as an “incredible creation”:

The pair’s comments echo those of Zelda creator Shigeru Miyamoto, who earlier in the week praised the game’s visual prowess.

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  • BelAirBoss

    High praise from top developers. TLG lives up to it’s promise.

  • Note5

    ICO and SOTC are legendary proof that TLG is still very much needed this generation to inspire gamers and game developers about what will set the bar up high when it comes to video games as a fine art form. Gaming has never been about money since the start and Japan, the cradle of modern video games, knows that.

    When it was between Nintendo, Sega, SNK, NEC and Sony gaming was so much better. It was all about ‘good phenomenal games’ that inspire awe and good feelings and not about money or sales figures.
    I love Japanese games.

    So far the only Western developers that made good use of lessons learned from Japanese masterpieces are Sony Worldwide Studios developers like Naughty Dog & Guerilla Games.

    I hope this is not the last from Mr. Fumito Ueda and PlayStation.

  • ObsessedGeorge

    It is a masterpiece! Everyone that has a heart and soul should play this game. Packed full of emotional scenes that will stay forever in my mind. Ueda did it again.