Based on the previous games the games deliver an atmosphere an awe that not many games do or have. They are very simple games but executed extremely well with some great puzzles. I can see it being a Marmite game but its one of the reasons I got a PS4.
Yah, I played Half Life 2 on my Nvidia Portable Console and I played a few hours to try and see what was so great... maybe I just didn't get far enough into the story. Now Alan Wake was my type of story and that's on the Shield Grid games... I still need to finish that as a matter of fact.They were great at the time, but they haven't aged well. Got the Orange box recently on the cheap and didn't play more than 30 minutes.
Just bought Alan Wake on the Steam saleYah, I played Half Life 2 on my Nvidia Portable Console and I played a few hours to try and see what was so great... maybe I just didn't get far enough into the story. Now Alan Wake was my type of story and that's on the Shield Grid games... I still need to finish that as a matter of fact.
And I was going to say this game looks just like Ico style, lol.
I know what you mean, the video they showed back in the day (on PS3) looked very similar, watching this on my bigger TV, it does look really nice, very like ICO (although if I put ICO on, while beautiful it would look very dated). I did expect it to be tarted up a bit more on PS4, but I will still be buying this day one, been waiting a long time for it, while I'm also a graphics snob, emotion rates very highly as well and I hope this will have plenty.I'm a graphics snob and thought it looked ropey, the dog/dragon looked superb though.
The visuals are fine, it's the art style that some people won't like.Guess this explains the visuals
The executive also said the game's visuals won't be getting an upgrade as they're keeping in line with creator Fumito Ueda's (who recently set up its own studio) vision for the project.
"No, that's the vision for the project. The vision hasn't changed since the PS3 era. It's just that we couldn't achieve that on PS3. [Fumito] Ueda-san doesn't view the need for any changes."
It has been nearly a year since Sony re-introduced The Last Guardian, Fumito Ueda's long-suffering follow-up to PS2 classics Ico and Shadow of the Colossus. Now, as we approach E3 2016, Edge Magazine has published the first hands-on preview of the game – revealing new gameplay details and confirming that the game will still release this year.