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Molyneux upset as journalist stabs horse

One of the more amusing moments of the Microsoft Spring Showcase event was talk of a particular journalist (who shall remain unnamed), who rather than play ball during Peter Molyneux's presentation of Fable: The Journey, took matters into his own hands, literally.

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GoldenAge4490d ago

I always knew Molyneux was a Sarah Jessica Parker fan.

Patriots_Pride4490d ago

Who the bloody hell stabs a horse? Has to be a Repulican > : (

OC_MurphysLaw4490d ago

Republicans would repair and sell the horse as "new"... democrats would stab it, chop it up for meat and claim they are doing the will of the middle class.

gamingdroid4490d ago

lol…

actually, the democrats would claim it is the will of the middle AND lower class.

Jokes aside, it is unfortunate we have a corrupt government, democrats or republicans alike.

TenSteps4490d ago (Edited 4490d ago )

Edit: Aww man now my duplicate of your duplicate is useless

majiebeast4490d ago

Fable:journey=Horse killing sim.

StayStatic4490d ago (Edited 4490d ago )

I don't know what to say I'm feeling a little horse ... Molyneux needs to stop horsing around with these motion controls imo.

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Top 10 Worst Kinect Games

Alex S. from Link-Cable writes: "A few days ago, Microsoft announced that they were officially discontinuing their Kinect motion-sensing accessory. What was once considered a chief-rival to Nintendo’s Wii revolution and an integral part of the Xbox One’s launch has come to an end, and we here at Link-Cable… couldn’t be happier. The Kinect, while sporting impressive technology never managed to live up to its full potential and most of the games released for the device either had shoe-horned in support or barely functioned as intentioned, in part because of the device’s very specific ideal conditions. So as the Kinect sails off into sunset, we’ve decided to remember the worst of times and look back at the Top 10 Worst Kinect games."

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RyanDJ2411d ago

Kinect, for me, is easily worth owning for two things: Dance Central for me acting like an idiot and having fun, and Kinect Party for my kids when they want to have easy-access stupid fun at like a kid's party. Those were the only games I have enjoyed on it, and they couldn't be done any other way (well, I guess that KP is EyeToy-level work). But my hope is that when motion control falls away, we'll get a proper DDR again.

andrewsquall2410d ago (Edited 2410d ago )

Yet for 150 quid it is and was most certainly not worth owning for solely those 2 games, that you have to pay money for also.

Now far be it from me to tell you what is worth it or not worth it to you. But if that is what is worth it to you, I don't want to know what ISN'T worth it lol.

RyanDJ2409d ago

It was worth it to buy one used for half price and get one of those two games for free. ;)