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Posté le: Sam 21 Oct - 07:43 (2017) Sujet du message: Was The Last Guardian worth the wait?
The Last Guardian starts out cryptically. You control a young boy who awakens in a strange cave next to a giant “man-eating beast,” who you later name Trico. As you begin to explore the space, your actions are narrated by the boy’s older self, recounting his memories as an adult - a system the game cleverly uses to provide occasional hints as to what you should do next.
When you first awaken, Trico is badly wounded and panicked - and as dangerous as any wild beast would be in that situation, not least a giant, magical, half-bird half-cat thing that can shoot lightning from its tail. As a result, your first task is to calm it down by finding barrels of food to feed it and carefully removing the spears lodged in its side. It’s a striking introduction, cleverly introducing a few key gameplay mechanics while also establishing Trico as both dangerous and vulnerable - a potential threat as much as an ally and companion - a dynamic the game continues to play with throughout.