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Gamers "Very Unfairly" Judged Xbox One, According To Molyneux

Posted on Monday, August 12 @ 14:37:55 PST by Alex_Osborn


Former Lionhead boss and creator of the Xbox-exclusive role-playing series Fable has spoken out in Microsoft's defense, saying that the internet's criticism of the Xbox One is unwarranted.

Speaking to TechRadar, Molyneux explained:

It's quite an unfair thought that Microsoft are trying to control our gaming, they're trying to force us to be online all the time. [People] didn't really think that through. Microsoft did the reversal and we should have all turned round and said 'fantastic, you've really listened to what we've said.' But you have to over-correct to get back on line.

I know Microsoft, I know they were only doing things because they thought they were long-reaching and long-thinking. But the world we live in now is that we have to realize, especially if you're a big corporation, if you make one step wrong, the world will leap on you, and unfairly, very unfairly, they will judge you.

Do you agree with Mr. Molyneux? Has the internet unfairly judged Microsoft's efforts with the Xbox One? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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