The Last Guardian may be at TGS after all, Tokyo crowds prepare to flee for their lives

Here's a brief glance at a wish list we've cooked up in the last 15 minutes. 1) We really hope jet pack research is well under way, because we'resick to the back teeth of walking to work. 2) We want our own personal army of albino gorillas... possiblysporting jet packs. 3) We want The Last Guardian to make some sort of appearance at this month's Tokyo Game Show like you wouldn't believe. Sadly, it looks like we're shit out of luck on the gorilla front, so it's a good thing TLG head honchoFumito Ueda has hinted his game may be at the show in some form.

Above: Seriously, we love this man

Speaking at the recent CESA Developers Conference, the visionary developer alluded to forthcoming Guardian news that would make Team Ico fanboys mess their Yorda-branded boxers. Ueda admitted: "I believe we'll soon be able to make some announcements that will please everyone, so please look forward to it." This would seem to contradict recent reports from Sony that the game wouldn't be a part of its TGS plans. Frankly, if that little kid and his big-assed bird, cat... thing, don't show up at the show; we'll officially be putting ourselves on a hunger strike. Well, at least for a couple of hours or until we really want a bag of crisps.

In other possibly exciting Team Ico news, Shuhei Yoshida, the head of SCE Worldwide Studios, revealed that the company were "very aware" of demand for a PS3 Ico/Shadow of the Colossus HD bundle. No shit, Sherlock. We're semi hopeful there might be some news on the collection at TGS when it kicks off on September 16th.

Above: Please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please

In the meantime, please amuse yourself with this picture of Team Ico obsessive, and GamesRadar UK editor, Matt Cundy hugging Trico.

Above: D'awwwwwww, what a cute couple

Aug 6, 2010

David Meikleham
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