Yoshida says there will be “No Surprises” at TGS from Sony: The Last Guardian is skipping again

Monday, 9th September 2013 23:11 GMT By Ewan Miller

The Last Guardian won’t be showing during a Sony press conference at TGS, nor will Monster Hunter make its triumphant return to the Playstation as Shuhei Yoshida, the President of Sony’s Worldwide Studios has tweeted the company has “no” surprises in store for TGS on Twitter.

The tweet was prompted by a fan going by HelloItsLuis asking “Sony has been full of surprises lately, I wonder if you guys still have something left for TGS?”, obviously impressed by how left field yesterday’s announcement of a Vita model revision just prior to announcing the Vita TV was.

Sadly this does seem to mean Sony are perhaps settling down a bit prior to the Playstation 4′s release in November. Unless that’s just what they want us to think…



  1. monkeygourmet

    Looks like Sony spunked the full load today…

    MS could do some damage on their home turf, although that is pretty unlikely.

    Nintendo could be in a nice position over Xmas with the PS4 releasing in feb now in Japan.

    Now, over to Ollie Williams for the weather..:

    #1 1 year ago
  2. Major Mayhem 70

    I’m starting to believe we’ve seen the last of the last guardian.

    #2 1 year ago
  3. Djoenz

    What is taking them so long to release this? Sometimes I wish I never saw that trailer way back. Also Versus tease 7 years back. . . sigh. .

    #3 1 year ago
  4. Blue Oni

    Seems more like a joke response by Yoshida.

    #4 1 year ago
  5. dizzygear

    TLG will be released together with Half Life 3.

    #5 1 year ago
  6. loci

    What a daft thing to post about. The whole point of a surprise is that the recipient does not know about it.

    #6 1 year ago
  7. ShiiRo

    Just for the record, he said the same thing about the lead up to gamescom

    His stance on “surprises” is that it wouldn’t be a surprise if they told you before the “surprise”. So he responds with “no” whenever people ask him if they’re planning surprises for shows.

    #7 1 year ago
  8. cluggy89


    @6 feel the exact same way. i cant stand it when someones says “i’ve got a surprise for you” makes me think well it aint a friggin surprise anymore is it?

    #8 1 year ago

    TLG is important for SONY i think, they need that game but TLG is a running gag like the Duke -___- what’s wrong with this titel?

    #9 1 year ago
  10. Major Mayhem 70

    And just like Duke, if you wait too long to bring it out many will have lost interest or the over hype of the release finally happening has you having such a high expectation that a even a very good game seems lame cause you thought it was going to be a great game. Even though Duke wasn’t a good game to begin with.

    #10 1 year ago

    hold on

    Originally Posted by Kenshin001

    “A complete and utter embarrassment for Sony and Shuhei Yoshida. Projects have been shelved, studios shut down, but this farce has been allowed to drag on over a whole generation with absolutely nothing to show for it.” (at GAF)

    Well .. it’s true :(

    Edit: Duke is Duke but some faggots of Developers (Gearbox) destroy only a game not the Duke cuz u can not destroy the Duke

    #11 1 year ago
  12. Clupula

    Honestly, The Last Guardian is the type of game where if it comes out in 2016, it will still be just as fresh and interesting to play. They can take all the time in the world with it, as far as I’m concerned. It’s not made for the quick-satisfaction crowd out there who doesn’t mind having a Call of Duty title shit down their throat every year and then an Assassin’s Creed one pissed there to wash it down.

    It’s something that will not be appreciated by everyone and that’s okay. Those who want to rush art will never understand art.

    #12 1 year ago

    So let’s waiting for Beyond: Two Souls ^^

    #13 1 year ago
  14. Lv01

    and moving on from the last guardian part, please bring a monster hunter game to ps4! surprise us shu!!

    #14 1 year ago

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