Molyneux: I don't 'give a damn' about console power

Posted on October 3, 2012 - 10:05am by Cyrax

Fable creator Peter Molyneux isn't too concerned with the next-generation's performance and power. In fact, he doesn't "give a damn" about it. According to NowGamer, the founder of the game studio 22 Cans said:

Personally, I don’t give a damn about the speed of a console, the graphic output or any of that. It doesn't mean anything to me anymore. All I care about is a game that can fit into my current life. I don’t want to install things or set things up. I just want to play and be connected to everything else at the same time.

Molyneux continued to say that he doesn't dislike the consoles and would continue to play them, but he said it would not be his primary source of gaming as it once was in the past. He and his studio are currently working on a project to pursue their mission to "revolutionize the industry" through inter-connectivity on multiple consoles and devices.

The gaming industry has more mechanics, devices and innovations and it needs to get used to them. We need games that use these devices, games that use multiple devices, ones that use co-operation, and bring people together. We need games that stay with you forever. However, none of that has been captured in one experience. So we’ve got a lot of work to do.

Molyneux has also stated that 22 Cans will only make one game.

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