Gameplayer's Quotes of the Week column includes this startling admission from Molyneux, plus gems from American McGee, Cliffy B., and John Riccitiello.
Populous 1 & 2, Syndicate, Theme Park, Dungeon Keeper... All crap. Thank God you don't make games like THAT any more, Peter. (Yes, I am being sarcastic)
that guy (genius no matter what) is a craptalker galore. its allways the same with lil pete. 1.an upcoming game of his needs hype. 2.he promises whatever comes to his mind while hes being interviewd (trust me i know people that worked with him, and pete seriously comes up with new stuff while he speaks) 3.in order to convince everyone that hes not craptalking this time he commits that his past games where whack and that the most promised parts where left out, but not this time (promise again) in the end we get a great game, nothing more nothing less :) i would pay up to 100€ for a syndicate2 (syndicate 1 was incredible)
that's what i was thinking, he wan't fable2 to start building more hype
Well heres hoping dat Fable 2 lives up 2 the hype hes building up 4 it.
He doesn't say that his old games were mistakes just that he had made mistakes, meaning that he probably meant that some of the game designs he chose were mistakes not the entire game.
Any word on when Peter Molyneux is going to give us a refund then ?. I haven't touched a Molyneux game since that god awful Black and White. I personally think the guy is washed up and hasn't got a bright idea anywhere in that balding head of his. Yet people still fall for his con jobs that he passes off as games.
take that loyal consumers
i don't know how to pronounce his last name. and please nobody give me a dictionary pronunciation of it. just accept that i don't like his name.
“I’ve realised, while making Fable 2, what atrocious mistakes I’ve made in the past. …I’ve seen people [on internet forums] accuse me, and they’re absolutely right.” A very misleading title, and even with his announcement I still consider him one of the great genius of gaming. Peter has created many classic games in his career.
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