The Last Guardian Guide: General Hints And Tips

The Last Guardian Guide: General Hints And Tips

The Last Guardian is not an easy game to play. You have to be kind of smart and make use of the abilities of both the boy and the beast in order to be successful. Here are some useful tips so you can be successful in your journey.

The first things you have to know that The Last Guardian is that Trico loves eating the Barrels. Whatever is in the barrels, it gives him energy and inspiration in order to continue.

The Second thing you have to realise that I can give to you need to be patient sometimes. There are times that Trico needs to transport you onto a high window, or even jump to a new area.

Sometimes he is intractable and fails to do anything.  I sometimes restarted the checkpoint or simply controlled the camera to guide Trico where to go next.

If there are Knights holding onto the evil eye mirrors, run up to them and press Square. The boy will do a diving type move and the Knight will drop down the mirror. When the mirror is down, Trico will have the daring to destroy the Knight.

If there are moments you notice Trico is lying down or doing nothing, this usually means you need to find a barrel or two make him start touching again Look high and low for any barrels you can find. In order to feed him, just chuck the barrel near his mouth.

When you die, you need to button mash the face buttons and shoulder buttons frenetically to continue. For some reason the game doesn’t let you don’t do this.

It’s a weird device, but it’s required in this game. Speaking of button mashing, there are many Knights that try and Kidnap the boy. If they grab him, button mash like crazy to escape their grasp!

Another thing about Trico is that he is scared of those multicoloured eye mirrors. If you see those mirrors nearby, you can both grab some of them and chuck them off a ledge or cliff.

Other times you may need to clarify the light mirror you got at the opening of the games and Trico’s tail will destroy the evil mirrors.

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