Peter Molyneux criticizes Kinect

Fable creator and former Lionhead boss Peter Molyneux has criticized Microsoft’s Kinect and feels sure that you will soon be able to purchase a cheaper Xbox One without the Kinect.

Molyneux spoke to Edge saying: “I actually wish Kinect wasn’t a requirement, It feels like an unnecessary add-on to me. Maybe it’s because we’re in England, and it doesn’t really use the TV stuff, but it feels more and more like a joke. My son and I sit there saying random things at it, and it doesn’t work.”

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Peter Molyneux Calls The Wii U “A Clumsy, Awkward Device”

Fable Creator Peter Molyneux has been getting a lot of gaming press lately. He’s been very active in showing off his new game Godus which was funded via Kickstarter, he’s been vocal on the controversy surrounding the Dungeon Keeper reboot, he’s admitted he wasn’t satisfied with Fable 3 and now he’s taken a shot at Nintendo’s Wii U console.

In a recent interview with Develop, Molyneux was asked about the possibility of Godus being released on consoles. He replied saying: “I think the Vita is a possibility.” Though he was less enthusiastic about the Wii U.

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Peter Molyneux Wants To Reinvent Free-To-Play

Peter Molyneux, known by many gamers as the man behind hit games like Fable and Black and White, has revealed that he aims to change the style of free-to-play gaming with his upcoming game, Godus.

In an interview with PocketGamer he said: “What we need is a new term, – And that term is more like ‘invest-to-play’. What really are we doing? We are tempting people to invest some of their money into a game.”

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