It's difficult to be in the shoes of Silicon Knights President Denis Dyack. His highly ambitious title, Too Human, hasn't been doing well with critics' previews but Fable 2 creative mind Peter Molyneux understands his situation. "I feel sorry for Denis Dyack," said Molyneux in an interview with VideoGamer.com.
"Everyone got on the bandwagon of saying things about Too Human, now I've played it and, you know, it's a good game," said Molyneux. "It doesn't deserve a lot of that harsh criticism."
Speaking of criticism, Molyneux is no stranger to it as he said that after Fable's release, he was criticized for not implementing some elements he mentioned that were suppose to be in the game. "I kind of apologised at the end of Fable 1 about actually saying things that didn't end up in the game," he said. However, in the upcoming Fable 2 coming out this October for the 360, Molyneux said that he made sure that every feature he mentioned was in the game. "What I realise over time is that talking about a game before it's released is a dangerous game," he said.
Amen Mr. Molyneux. Too Human is set to hit stores this August 19 for the Xbox 360. Check out the video after the cut.