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Molyneux: PC gaming being reborn on Facebook

Posted on Tuesday, March 23 2010 @ 01:00:45 CET by


Peter Molyneux talked about the latest PC gaming developments, and noted that gaming is being reborn on Facebook:
"The surprising thing about the PC, that's just starting to happen now, is that gaming is being reborn on the PC," he told Switched.

"You've got Facebook, everybody's talking about Facebook games and there's this company called Zynga and they make these games with 88 million people," he continued, presumably referring to the likes of FarmVille.

"Everybody's making these big opus epics, and jealously looking at these Zynga new kids on the block and saying some disparaging things, quite often, about them. But it feels like everything involved in gaming is changing at the moment, and changing radically."
More info at Eurogamer.


 






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Re: Molyneux: PC gaming being reborn on Facebook
by Anonymous on Tuesday, March 23 2010 @ 03:28:19 CET
Frankly making Fable 2 console only was just the epitomy of laziness. So frankly I couldn't give a c*** about what such a person envisions the future as. His "vision" is about getting himself in the papers. He has next to no clue where the market is going, only about making $ for the least amount of effort possible. You want vision, look at Blizzard. You want an airhead popstar, look at Molyneux.



 

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