Only a few more days until The Last Guardian will finally be out to the masses after years of radio silence and delays, and Sony Worldwide president Shuhei Yoshida cannot contain his excitement.
Yoshida and Sid Shuman, Sony Interactive's director of social media, filmed a video of the unboxing of the Collector's Edition for the game. Yoshida seems genuinely excited as he helps Shuman pull items out of the box. The Collector's Edition, which sells for $119.99 and most retailers, comes with a steel box copy of the game, and a code for the game's digital soundtrack, which can be redeemed through the PlayStation Store. Shuman also confirmed that the soundtrack would be available separately on the store and through iTunes at a later date.
"It's amazing," Yoshida said, while holding the game. "After all those years of waiting ... and waiting ...but I have confidence and finally I am so happy that we have the game for the people who were waiting." It was Yoshida who took to Twitter in October to announce that dveleopment of the game was complete.
Also included is a concept art book, a page full of "very cute" stickers, and finally a detailed statue of Trico and the boy.
The Last Guardian comes exclusively to PS4 on December 6. If you are having trouble waiting, you can watch the first nine minutes of the game in Japanese.
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