Peter Molyneux has been in open tear-fall of late regarding accusations that he massively over-promises on what his games can hope to achieve.Godus
, his latest clicky, god-gamish outing - the one that followed this good-will sucking Curiosity: What's Inside the Cube?
- has been brought into the critical gaze in as much as it seems just to be a game about clicking. This has upset Peter. He says this:
"If I ask people to be interested in Godus
, if there's one reason for them to be interested", and at this point according to Kotaku's Jason Schreier, "it's that I could not do anything that would not make my son proud."
"He's a gamerr", Peter goes on, "and if I ever make a game where he turns around to me and says, 'You over-promised that,' it would just kill me."
We're not commenting any further.Via Kotaku