Who am I? I'm a guy who plays video games, talks way too much about comics and movies, likes Godzilla and Robocop, and lives up in Wisconsin. And yes. We get that much snow. Why should you read my blog? Because when I write I have fun, make up bullshit lists, and when I do get a little serious with some blogs I try to be insightful and use resources and facts to try and back up my opinion as much as I can. And if you don't follow my blog, I'll send you a picture of a sad kitten who wants some love.
Also, I tend to debate a lot and get up on a soapbox a bit from time to time. I like to debate for the sake of debating and I tend to find it fun to get other peoples perspectives on things, and sometimes I like to play devil's advocate a bit just for the sake of it. Basically, don't take me so serious sometimes even if it seems like I am being serious.
In a recent interview with Gamasutra, Peter Molyneux opened up and admitted that Fable 3 didn't live up to what he wanted, specifically "all he dreamed it would be", and that the middle of the road reviews that the game did receive are appropriate.
"It's hard to be completely honest without offending people; but I know, when I read in the middle of a review that said the quality just wasn't good enough, I actually agree with those reviews."
If I didn't know any better I would have sworm I heard this song and dance before. Like clockwork, a new Fable game is in development and Molyneux is out to try and agree with the masses in order to sucker them into buying another round of failed expectations. I bet in a year or two we'll hear good old Peter say that Fable: The Journey didn't meet his vision because he didn't have enough time to take the game off rails. When is the general public going to finally call him out as a compulsive liar?