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RGN Podcast: Peter Molyneux Comeback

By Jon Ireson in Podcasts

Today’s RealGamerNewz Podcast centers around the career of Peter Molyneux who has recently left Microsoft Games Studios and Lionhead Studios in order to personally fund 22cans and the Kickstarter project Godus which serves as a spiritual successor to Populous. We detail what we used to hate about Molyneux and how we feel his move back to the indie scene was a genius move. Peter Molyneux is making a comeback, and game companies should keep their eye on his renewed vision. At the age of 54 gaming is obviously at the core of Molyneux’s existence who could probably retire at this point but instead chose to continue creating video game experiences for us all to enjoy and take inspiration from.

Other Topics Include:

-Curiosity – What’s Inside the Cube?

-Giving Back to the Fans

-Kickstarter Controversy

-Godus Players Can ‘Overthrow’ Their Virtual God Bryan

-Playing God for Real This Time

-Kickstarter, Indie, 22Cans Marks His Return to Roots

-Something You Never Knew About Fable II (and The Entrepreneur)

-Cliff Blezinski Vs Peter Molyneux

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