‘The Last Guardian’ is a half-broken puppy-rearing simulator

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The Last Guardian is clearly a metaphor for the painfully adorable hellscape that your life becomes when you raise a puppy.

I have a puppy. He’s able to be alone now for long stretches of time without killing himself, but there was a six-month period in his life when it was all I could do to keep him alive, clean, and not murdered. His delightful puppy wriggling and whimpering helped a lot in those darker moments.

There were months of my life where I would commute home from an abbreviated work day with no real notion of what I was walking into. Would the puppy still be breathing? Would he have shit smeared all over him? Would he somehow manage to cover himself in pink makeup, or something equally implausible? Read more…

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