Fable III needed another year of development says Peter Molyneux
Now that he has been free from Microsoft for some time Peter Molyneux has been talking in his usual candid way about Fable III.
Molyneux described Fable III as a “trainwreck” and explained that the game was intended to be a much larger game than it ended up as.
“I think Fable II was a step in the right direction,” he continued. “If I had my time again, I’d take the advances we made from Fable I to Fable II, I’d make the same advances from Fable II to Fable III and spend another entire year working on Fable III. But would it be that perfect gem that’s in my mind? No.”
Molyneux's latest project with 22Cans is Godus, a spiritual successor to Populous a god-sim series he created while working at Bullfrog. Godus is currently available on Steam Early Access for PC and Mac.
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