TRICO’s new game is Last Guardian

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 2 June 2009 20:53 GMT


Ueda’s new game is called Last Guardian, not TRICO.

The demo shown in today’s Sony E3 press conference saw a feather falling from the sky, the wind blowing and a bird chirping on the stone before Mr Griffin popped in.

It was largely the same Trico trailer that was leaked previously, but there was a new bit chunked on the end. We’re assured a lot of new atr work has been done over old movie.

It showed a boy on Griffin’s head leaping from the ledge.

The boy is then picked up by guardians in full armor, then lying under the protective wing of the Griffin.

No date.

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