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The Last Guardian - Story Explanation and Analysis

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The Last Guardian's story is framed as a flashback narrative told by an older man recounting his experience as a young boy meeting a giant, feathered creature, resembling a griffin, named Trico.


I think if this game would have come out when it was suppose to, it could have been a masterpiece. But now? It still a good and enjoyable game, but there's something lacking. In many ways it feels like the ultimate inidie game. We're so use to games like Limbo, Bound and Inside being the standard for puzzle platformers now, that it's easy to forget how well ICO did it 15 years ago.

The controls are simple, and the game doesn't hold your hand through anything. It's up to you to figure it all out, and find the way forward through your own intuition. All that is fun, but where it gets frustrating is the controls. The young boy you play as feels clunky and even unresponsive at times. He seems to have only two speeds: softly treading and wildly moving forward. Perhaps that's what the developers were going for; to make the boy as clumsy as a real young boy woud be. But the controls cause a lot of unintentional movements and falls. Trico can be just as frustrating. There were times were I was trying to get him into a position to get through a puzzle but he just wouldn't do it, and it made me decide that that must not be the right way. Only after 20 minutes of trying to find a different path did Trico finally go to the original positiong I was looking for. All these frustrations detract from the overall experience.

But that's not to say the game is bad. When it's working, it feels great. The storytelling is extremely subtle. It's told through the interactions and gameplay, as opposed to bombarding you with cutscenes. There are some great emotional moments in the game that will resonate with players. The environmental puzzles are creative and satisfying. The game is also lengthy, it'll take people somewhere between 10-12 hours to beat.

Graphics don't make a game, but it is worth noting that the graphics aren't top notch. The color looks washed out. And no matter what we did with the in-game screen brightness, the color wouldn't change. It's a strage contrast as it feels they went with a realstic look to Trico and a more anime style with the boy. Trico looks amazing though. His fur animation is excellent. But again, the graphics is worth noting since that was one of the big buzz factors when it was first revealed in 2007. It seems to have been downgraded since then.

All in all, if you like puzzle platformers, it's definitely a game worth playing. The story is excellent if you allow yourself to be immersed int he world. At a $60 price point, it's not for everyone. If it were a $40 or even $50 game I would give the game an 8 or and 8.5 for the value, but at full price, I give this game a 7.5/10

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