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Peter Molyneux talks GODUS and the impact of his promises

Following the Kickstarter launch of GODUS, a self-described "innovative reinvention of Populous" from developer 22 Cans, Peter Molyneux has spoken with Rock, Paper, Shotgun about how the new game is a step forward for the genre and where Cu...   read

 
 
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Molyneux struggles to see Nintendo do anything amazing

His Royal Highness, the Lord King of Promise Land, has issued a majestic decree that Nintendo is not doing anything impressive to his noble eyes. Claiming the Wii U does nothing to make him rush out and buy it, the creator of Error Accessin...   read

 
 
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The DTOID Show: Wii U, Halo 4, Uncharted & Curiosity

Tara's back on today's Destructoid Show! Aaaaaand considering the fact that yesterday was the Presidential election as well as the release of Halo 4, news is a bit on the slow side.  Speaking of Halo 4, that whole XBL sexism crackdown ...   read

 
 
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22 Cans' Curiosity - What's Inside the Cube? out now

Peter Molyneux's latest flight of fancy -- Curiosity - What's Inside the Cube? -- is now available to download for free on iOS, with an Android version promised soon.  In case you're not caught up with the mad idea, it's a "game" in wh...   read

 
 
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Molyneux is nearly ready to unleash Curiosity

Remember that Peter Molyneux game that was supposed to "change the world?" You know, Fable? Then Fable 2? Then Fable 3?I kid, I kid. But seriously, Peter "not on rails" Molyneux is now once again promising great things, as his iOS game Curi...   read

 
 
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The DTOID Show: Wii U, Last Guardian & Zombie Nuketown

Here's today's Destructoid show! Because we do that every monday! Big news: Someone posted an image on the Call Of Duty: Black Ops II Facebook, and it's about zombies. Some accessory company might've leaked the Wii U release date, one of Te...   read

 
 
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Molyneux's latest, Curiosity, has been delayed

What's inside the cube? We'll know soon, but not just yet, as Peter Molyneux and his new studio 22 Cans have just delayed their latest project, Curiosity, until September. As a consolation prize for the delay of this amazing life chang...   read

 
 
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E3: Fable: The Journey is not on-rails, kind of

Lionhead Studios is no stranger to making spin-offs for Fable. The first was an Xbox Live Arcade tie-in with Fable II called Pub Games, which was a collection of mini-games that appeared in the game and would allow you to carry over the gol...   read

 
 
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Peter Molyneux and the curious case of the 50,000 DLC

Peter Molyneux can't simply make a game; it has to be an experiment. With Fable, it appears that he wanted to see how interaction would work when you were restricted to farting or doing a chicken dance. Maybe there was more to it than that....   read

 
 
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The DTOID Show: Bioshock, Mechwarrior, & Kickstarter

Hey guys! Here we are again! Today's show, we talk about how Kickstarter is the hottest thing on the web right now, and how Tim Schafer's Double Fine Adventure raised 3.3 million dollars, and how inXile's Wasteland 2 is in the process of be...   read

 
 
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Molyneux: Milo was too emotional for the games industry

Remember Milo, the digital child-creature that Peter Molyneux demoed at E3 so long ago? It promised interaction on a level that would make Skynet jealous, but it disappeared after all the hype. Why was it thrown on the scrap heap? Molyneux ...   read

 
 
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The DTOID Show: GDC 2012 Wrap-up!

Did you catch today's live Destructoid Show? We're all thoroughly exhausted from GDC, but Hamza Aziz, Jordan Devore, and Conrad Zimmerman were good sports and stopped by the studio for some good old-fashioned video game discussion. Today's...   read

 
 
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Peter Molyneux leaving Lionhead, forming 22 Cans

Enthusiastic game developer and perpetual backpeddler Peter Molyneux has announced that he is leaving the developer he co-founded, Lionhead Studios. This departure also marks his exit from Microsoft Studios.  "It is with mixed emotions...   read

 
 
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Preview: Discovering the emotion of Fable: The Journey

If it is one thing the controller cannot do anymore, it’s offer a player “that sense of discovery which we had with the early days of games.” That’s what Peter Molyneux, the visionary behind Fable: The Journey beli...   read

 
 
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Rumor: Fable IV out 2013, probably not on rails

I suppose this shouldn't come as a shock, but rumors are now saying that Lionhead is currently working on Fable IV. Peter Molyneux and company are said to be prepping the sequel for a 2013. The rumor comes from the latest issue of Official ...   read

 
 
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No melee in Fable: The Journey (because it's on rails)

Peter Molyneux has confirmed that his definitely-not-on-rails game Fable: The Journey will not feature melee combat, focusing instead on projectile-based magic attacks. Not that this is going to be an on-rails shooter or anything, because i...   read

 
 
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Molyneux on Kinect: People didn't like PC mice, either!

Peter Molyneux has compared Kinect to the dawn of the computer mouse, stating that the criticisms people have for Microsoft's EyeToy are similar to those had for the now-crucial computer peripheral many moons ago.  "You know what? This...   read

 
 
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Molyneux 'bored' with 'sameness' of modern games

Videogame snake oil salesman Peter Molyneux has declared that modern games are becoming boring, due to them all being the same. Fortunately, he's making an on-rails shooter for Kinect, which is pretty radical and differ ... oh.  "I lov...   read

 
 
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Molyneux: Fable: The Journey demo was only 4 months old

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...   read

 
 
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Peter Molyneux shits on Fable III to look humble again

We've talked about the Molyneux Cycle before, and I'm thrilled to report that it's back in full effect once more! With Fable: The Journey coming up, Molyneux has continued his tactic of downplaying the last overhyped game in order to furthe...   read

 
 
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Molyneux: Kinect has some problems (lol on rails lol)

Designer and snake oil salesman Peter Molyneux has dared to criticize Kinect, admitting that it has some problems as an input device while still making sure to heap oodles of praise upon it.  “I’ll admit that Kinect has got...   read

 
 
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Molyneux: Fable 3 not so great, Fable 4 must amaze you!

When I saw this morning that Peter Molyneux had slated Fable 3 in order to hype the next one, I almost vomited a rainbow. The fact that he can keep doing this and not get called on his bullshit is astounding. Yep, the Molyneu...   read

 
 
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Peter Molyneux to receive the BAFTA fellowship

Peter Molyneux will receive the British Academy of Film and Television Arts’ Fellowship at this year’s GAME British Academy Video Games Awards, on Wednesday, March 16th. It makes sense. The guy has been on a roll for a long tim...   read

 
 
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Molyneux: Kinect will spawn new controllers

Microsoft Game Studios boss and hyperbole master Peter Molyneux has warned against writing Kinect off so early. Despite it looking like a game that will do little more than on-rails shooters and dancing games, everybody's favorite hype merc...   read

 
 
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Rumor: Project Milo shelved, Fable Kinect game coming

Lionhead Studio's "game" that was probably just really always a tech demo anyhow, Project Milo, has been shelved, according to a source speaking with Eurogamer. Word is that the project was shut down earlier this week, with 19 contractors h...   read

 
 
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