Fable 2 Wreaks Complete Havok

Havok announced today that Lionhead Studios have licensed Havok Complete for use in the upcoming Xbox 360 exclusive RPG, Fable 2. The sequel to the hit Xbox and PC title is once again being headed up by famed game creator Peter Molyneux, the man behind Black and White, The Movies, and Populous.

As the chief executive officer of Lionhead Studios, Peter Molyneux chimed in on the merits of using the Havok engine. "Using Havok's technology means that we don't have to worry about finding an efficient way to do all the complex physics calculations ourselves that are required to create a huge, vibrant, real time and persistent virtual world such as the one we're creating for Fable 2. By using Havok, we bypass a lot of the heavy physics maths and concentrate our teams more on the creative and innovative elements of the game."

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calderra4353d ago

Translation for everyone, here's the original starting quote:
"Using Havok's technology means that we don't have to worry about..."

And here's what he meant to finish with:
"...delaying the game half a decade and releasing a half-baked version missing some of the most-hyped features."

Fable was good, but it should have been so much more. Here's to hoping for the best in Fable 2.

Sexius Maximus4353d ago

Fable was a major letdown because of what was promised by Lionhead, but it will still stand the test of time as being on of the greatest and most innovative RPG's ever. So it's half baked compared to what it was suppose to be, but still a definite success.

InMyOpinion4353d ago

Fable 2 and Mass Effect are THE games to watch out for in 2008.

Gears4353d ago

Is coming out next year not 2008!

Yo Wassap4352d ago

you mean of that genre, there are bigger games in 2007

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HaKeRsCanRotINHEL4353d ago

Fable 2, Mass Effect, Bioshock, etc... and don't forget Metal Gear Solid 4 in '08. Oh' yes its coming to 360, the shareholders know best.

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