The E3 demo for Fable: The Journey didn't look all that compelling, but it's okay -- Peter Molyneux admits it! The snake oil salesman of gaming has said that the demonstration was flawed, but it was only four months old. He PROMISES it will look better soon!
"This project really only started ... Well in earnest it started about seven months ago and we started coding about four months ago," he said. "There's huge faults with this demo. The quality isn't quite there, and we haven't had enough time to fulfil all our ambitions. But come Gamescom, our ambition is to give you something to play with because, rough though it is at the moment, it already feels pretty cool."
Well there you go! The Journey is going to be amazing ... until Molyneux needs to make Fable 4 look good, then The Journey will be a broken disappointment.
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