So, Gamescom came and went, and there was still no sign of The Last Guardian. Which, you might remember, was this really hyped game Sony announced five years ago, that's been in development even longer. What, you don't remember? That's probably what Sony wants.
On the off chance that you do remember, and you saw that the game wasn't at Gamescom, and convinced yourself that it would be at TGS- this is more of a TGS kind of game anyway, it's being developed by Sony Japan, and it's targeted first and foremost at Japanese audiences- well, tough shit, Yoshida just came up and flat out explicitly said this game won't be shown off at TGS either.
What's that? When will it be shown off, then, you ask? Amazingly enough, Yoshida answered that question. He said it would be shown off when it will be ready.
"Will we see it at Tokyo Game Show?" we asked Sony Worldwide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida in an interview today.
"I don't think so," was his response. "Sorry."
When will we see it?
"When we are ready. I cannot confirm any timing because we are waiting for it to be in a state where we are happy that this is the game. We have a certain time frame in our mind, and the team is making great progress, but still not to the point that we can say that, here you go."
Ladies and gentlemen, I would like to present to you: Duke Nukem Forever Part Deux.