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The internet exploded today following news that Sony had “abandoned” the trademark for their much-anticipated PlayStation 3 game The Last Guardian. And indeed the US Patent and Trademark Office has filed a “Notice of Abandonment” to inform Sony that the trademark is reverting to public domain.
Fumito Ueda, the mind behind such classics as ICO and Shadow of the Colossus, left Sony last year much to the dismay of fans awaiting the release of his latest project, The Last Guardian. Since then, there’s been little news on his involvement with the project as an outside contractor and indeed how production on the game is going.
If this year’s E3 gaming convention taught us anything, you can never have too much dubstep.
No, actually, you can. So knock it off, world.
You know what else is missing from The Last Guardian? A release date. HEY-YO!
While many wonder where the hell The Last Guardian is, Sony has this to offer: it will be out when its ready.
Customers of the world’s largest dedicated video game retailer were shocked today when an automated phone call went out declaring the cancellation of Team Ico’s eagerly-anticipated PlayStation 3 exclusive The Last Guardian. Say it isn’t so, Sony!
Fumito Ueda will remain at Sony as a contractor until his work on the upcoming The Last Guardian is completed, but Sony has officially confirmed to Gamasutra that Ueda has left the company’s employ.