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Submitted by journovampire 716d ago | news

Molyneux 'not saying no to developing for next-gen consoles'

Peter Molyneux, co-founder of Guildford studio 22 Cans, has indicated a willingness to create games for next-gen consoles. (Dev, Industry, Peter Molyneux, PS4, Xbox One)

Sketchy_Galore  +   716d ago
Is that like I'm not saying no to having sex with Scarlett Johansson?
TechnicianTed  +   716d ago
Not really, he could actually develop a game for next gen consoles.
maniacmayhem  +   716d ago
Didn't this guy go to mobile development? Whatever happened with that? Did he promise super A.I and hologram mobile games and basically made Snake 3.0?

This guy!
MysticStrummer  +   716d ago
No one asked him yet so he hasn't said yes or no.
-GametimeUK-  +   716d ago
I would like to see some of his ambitions flourish and next gen could be a great place to start. Maybe he could set more realistic goals and not over hype his own work to the extent he does. I admire the way this guy thinks, but his thought process doesn't translate well in to the actual games.

I would like to see him apply himself and develop for next gen consoles.
SolidDuck  +   716d ago
Whatever he is doing I'm sure he'll promise the world and to change video games forever. Followed by just releasing a typical decent to good game. I actually like the fable games but the $hit that came out of his mouth describing the fable games before they released was redickulas and laughable.
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