Peter Molyneux Breaks Down Into Tears Again After Realizing He Can No Longer Make Good Games

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  1. TurdSandwich says:

    Now this is real journalism.

  2. TurdSandwich says:

    (laughs)

  3. Zeix says:

    What utter bullshit. This was based on a true story, but then you just embellished the shit out of it. This is all that happened with Molyneux crying:

    But you’re right. I can’t blame people for not believing. I am going to put everything, every ounce of energy, every piece of myself, every statement I made into this game, because this… Populous created me. I didn’t create Populous.

    [That statement was followed by a long silence. And then Molyneux cried.]

    Molyneux: I know I’ve said things… I wish I could not say them, I guess. I just… I still believe so much. I swore that when we started 22 Cans that we wouldn’t over-promise, and I guess through stupid mistakes we have. I have to live by those. If it means that the project doesn’t get kickstarted, if it means that people use the Kickstarter to vent their frustrations, then I guess I have to live by that.

    RPS: At the same time, though, people are obviously very passionate about god games and about your legacy with them. So you do have that working in your favor.

    Molyneux: Yeah. Maybe. I don’t know. We’ll have to see. It would just feel so wrong to go back to a publisher or some investor. I don’t mind using my savings to found the company and create the team and create Curiosity, but there comes a point where you need help on that. I’d rather go and face my critics and face people’s rejection than go down a conventional route, I guess. Maybe that is madness. I don’t know.

    It’s pretty fucking pathetic that you would just fabricate this shit and play it off like a real story.

  4. Brian says:

    9 out of ten dentists agree