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- Jun 28, 2011
As Peter Molyneux admits he's ashamed of himself and the Supreme Court declares itself in favour of violent games, Johnny offers you a job and a free game. Sort of.
Fable 2 and 3 weren't exactly brilliant games but they weren't that awful either. They had buckets of charm and were generally just fun and relaxing to play. I think all he needs to do is just stop over exaggerating and over hyping the games before release and people won't be disappointed to such a degree. I'm not sure on the Fable: The Journey though. All Pete needs to do is take his time on the next Fable (if there is going to be one) and polish it till it shines. Or just start something new entirely lol.
@Agent-M dude donte be hateing befor its released come on right now im on the fence still hoping t could be great dont go slaming it till it comes out other wise ull syc urself out, then it will suck even if its good
Thats a good point YoungSinatra25... but it's not really Gamestop's fault most of the time. I have seen NUMEROUS employees there tell parents the games are rated M as well as the reason behind the rating and its the parents that shrug a shoulder they don't seem to care or want to really listen...so little billy gets to go home home with GTA and most parents dont supervise them as they play....its the responsibility of the parent...not the goverment...not the store...not the game developer....the parent/guardian, period.
Should be ashamed of the whole Fable series. Mediocre sums it up rather well. And M rated games shouldn't be sold to minors... period. Locally places like Gamestop or even Wal-Mart wont sell M rated games to minors so I'm not sure what this meant or was suppose to change...
The link below is the movie trailer to the game. Here is the actual in game footage show at E3. http://e3.gamespot.com/video/6318603/index.html
He should be ashamed of Fable III, and if he was ashamed on Fable III then he will definitely be ashamed for the new Fable Kinect game thats simply(and only) a horse and carriage ride on rails. He needs to retire and get some fresh blood and pass the reins to someone else. Fable: The Journey - http://e3.gamespot.com/story/6317517/e3-2011-fable-the-journey-preview-updated-impressions Another RPG Series down the tubes. A sad day for gamers everywhere.
LOL, hasn't Mr. Molyneux apologized for every single Fable? I still like the guy, but really. A pattern is emerging. Hype game --> release game --> apologize for game.
Take Fable 4 back to its original rpg roots and you will be surprised at how good it will probably be.
great work johnny! The only concern i have is that if you keep up the daily show you are going to run out of fresh T's.