The last time that we are talking about Peter Molyneux was to refer to The Trail, the latest game which has been created and that Pep or a server convinced us at all. Equal to the beginning the idea of strolling along a path toward the big city while we were getting objects in pockets could seem a little ambitious but with a sea of resultón artistic direction, but as things progressed the game increasingly in his uneasy relationship with his own micropayments was breaking until he stumbled at the end and opened the fucking head in terms strictly recreational.
The case is that Molynete is a Lord immune to failure, perhaps because he never considers that a failure has been completely, so in a recent interview the Games Radar has not had any problems in confessing one of their creative desires backed by the high esteem in which have about the franchise he created: Fable. «I think crazy that no one is doing Fable 4», she regrets. “Love me make Fable 4 and study tried to do so. «We would have to meet again to the original development team, that Yes».
The last Fable which had news was Fable: Legends, a project that was already brewing without the baton of Molyneux and saying that it could cost $ 75 million to Microsoft. The Seattle company had ruled out a proposal to make Fable 4 and decided to focus on this cooperative RPG free-to-play that ended finally cancelled and putting the final nail in the coffin of the ill-fated Lionhead Studios.
While it is true that Molynete is a very given Lord to launch ideas as if nothing, it also has a point in that Fable 4 was an idea much more suggestive (discussed a darker Victorian atmosphere and involvement that prostitutes and a much more adult humor give you game a rating for over 18 years) and the proof is that no one in the study wanted to work on Legends. Perhaps because they were aware that it had discarded a project more stimulating to take this forward.
In fact, he takes iron to the subject later, saying that perhaps the proposal didn’t Microsoft by cultural differences: “I think that it was the sense of humor,” explains. «You know the sense of humor British a bit politically correct, especially in Fable, where there were prostitutes and same-sex marriages. Microsoft was in shock, they were busy trying to delete all the nipples of women in order to not offend anyone.’
With the trajectory being in his Studio independent 22 Cans does not seem that Microsoft is going to be very work to ignore it, even in spite of statements like this one, where the wink to the company and the suggestion of the evening to give him another chance almost seems more a desperate cry than anything else.