Besides Bloodborne, Sony’s E3 press conference was dominated by western games, but SCE Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida mentioned in an interview on the Japanese site 4Gamer that we shouldn’t worry about Japanese titles.
This time we were focused on introducing titles for the North American region, but of course about Japanese games first parties and also third parties are developing a large number or them. We should be able to show you the latest in that area at Tokyo Game Show 2014.
And before you ask, the development of The Last Guardian is progressing just fine.
Yoshida-san was then asked if the game had been shifted to the PS4, but he declined to answer, saying that he could not add more detail and all he could say is that it’s being properly developed.
Personally, Tokyo Game Show is my favorite event of the year, so I can’t wait to see what Sony and other developers will unveil then. I know it may seem strange to think about Tokyo Game Show right in the middle of E3, but I’m a strange sort of fellow.