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The Last Guardian

 

 

SCORE: 54

 

The Last Guardian 

 

I was not slotted to play and review The Last Guardian. The person playing this Playstation 4 video game got headaches from the lighting. I knew other gaming sites were in love with The Last Guardian, and the PR/Marketing for Sony failed Family Friendly Gaming. The Last Guardian is about a boy and this giant beast (Trico). They work together to escape an area.

The giant monster moves and acts a lot like an animal. There are plenty of cool and interesting mannerisms. At times the Trico was helpful, and at other times it was not. Thankfully we can call to him when he runs off. Part of playing The Last Guardian is learning when to ride on his back and when to go off on our own to get through a puzzle area.

The bad content in The Last Guardian is blood, violence, glitches, long loading times, gore, camera, lighting, and more. Some of the puzzles in The Last Guardian drove me crazy. Others made perfect sense by looking at them. I got stuck each and every single time I played The Last Guardian. The reward for getting through the puzzles is a confusing ending. The lighting can cause real world headaches which is a shame.

I had high expectations of The Last Guardian. I thought it would be amazing. I guess that teaches me to not listen to all the people jumping off the bridge. The controls in The Last Guardian are odd as well. It took me a few tries to figure them out. Then there is that screen when you die. I sat on it for five minutes before realizing I needed to spam the buttons to get back into the game.

There are Japanese narrations in The Last Guardian. The text is on the screen in English and must be read. The music in this PS4 game is cool. I liked listening to it while trying to figure out how to get to the next area. The Last Guardian has one way solutions. The Trico will destroy a variety of enemies and objects to keep the young tattooed boy alive.
- Paul

 

Graphics: 50%
Sound: 60%
Replay: 40%
Gameplay: 55%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: Playstation 4
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
Developer: Japan Studio
Rating: ‘T’ - THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Blood, Fantasy Violence}


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