Top five games we wish we saw at E3
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The Last Guardian
Sony occasionally discusses The Last Guardian, saying the game is still in development and that it will launch on the PlayStation 3. With a checkered development cycle, no one really knows what to think. Will the next epic from Team Ico ever come to fruition? Personally, I think it will. It's still pretty disappointing that we haven't had the chance to get a close look at The Last Guardian, what with its constant E3 absence.
This game would have easily been a massively pleasant surprise at E3. Hell, it would have been a shocker, but a pleasant one nonetheless. It also would have shut the mouths of all of the doubters who think Team Ico won't pull it off and deliver the game. We didn't get to see The Last Guardian, and that has led games writers like me to express their sorrow over that fact. The Last Guardian ... where are you?!
What is Agent? Does anyone really know? Not really. We know it's a PlayStation 3 exclusive by Rockstar Games, and we know that it's a stealth-action title. We also know that the G in Agent has a gun in it for stylistic purposes. But, umm, that's about it. Agent was first announced in 2007, and we really haven't heard much about it since. Rockstar Games isn't known for showing up to E3, but Sony could have just as easily revealed something, anything, on the game during its press conference.
And yes, I'm well aware that you all want to know more about Grand Theft Auto V, but the fact that we've seen more of that game in a minute than we have of Agent in five years is pretty ridiculous. Sony could have added one more exclusive to its strong lineup at E3, but alas it didn't happen. Talk about surprises, Agent would have been a great one, and you just know the audience would have been stoked. It is Rockstar, after all.
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