Black & White II News (PC)

Lionhead working on 'non Fable-esque' projects

Posted: 21.01.2014 by Technet2k

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Lionhead Studios boss John Needham has confirmed the developer is working on something that isn't Fable-related, although they're "not talking" about such a project yet. Could this be something new?

The studio definitely has Fable properties on the go with Fable Legends, and the Fable Anniversary re-release. Their other creations include Black & White, and The Movies.

Chahi: "No plan" for more From Dust right now, "first god game" Molyneux played

Posted: 03.11.2011 by Technet2k

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Indie videogame designer Eric Chahi, creator of From Dust, has dished about his own take on the god game simulator and how Lionhead's Peter Molyneux gave it a "true compliment."

The Populous creator said From Dust was the "first god game he's played," referring to its fully morphable world. It was "hard work" and there are no sequel plans in motion.

Lionhead has "super secret second project" alongside Journey

Posted: 01.07.2011 by Technet2k

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Peter Molyneux says Kinect's Fable: The Journey, which "isn't on rail", uses "huge amounts of technology" from their cancelled 'tech demo' Project Milo.

The Lionhead Studios boss also teased they've got a "super secret second project" in development alongside it. He wouldn't elaborate any details.

Peter Molyneux and Lionhead working on "undisclosed project"

Posted: 15.04.2011 by Technet2k

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Microsoft Game Studios creative director Peter Molyneux has spilled he's working on an "undisclosed project" at the Guildford, UK-based Lionhead Studios.

While Fable IV is a no-brainer for the team, Molyneux and co. have been tinkering a lot with Kinect during their Milo & Kate 'tech demo'. Something for E3?

Molyneux: Gaming already "racing ahead to a future" unknown

Posted: 18.03.2011 by Technet2k

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BAFTA Fellowship winner Peter Molyneux talks about how the videogames space is a changing "incredibly fast" and that we're ahead of film and TV.

Cinema and television have "got to change within themselves" while videogames are constantly evolving. They're an "incredibly important force" globally.