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Released on 29/10/2010
Peter Molyneux awarded the BAFTA Fellowship
It was announced this morning that popular British game designer Peter Molyneux is to receive the BAFTA Fellowship.
He is the third figure from the video game industry to be inducted into the illustrious list of fellows, joining Will Wright, Nolan Bushnell and, most recently, Shigeru Miyamoto. He becomes the second recipient of the honour this year, after it was bestowed upon Christopher Lee at this year's British Academy Film and Television Awards ceremony.
Molyneux is perhaps best known these days as creator of the Fable series, though arguably his most successful creative period came as head of Bullfrog Productions in the mid-Nineties, with a string of innovative and critically-acclaimed releases like Populous, Syndicate, Theme Park and Dungeon Keeper.
After founding Lionhead Studios, Molyneux designed the Fable and Black & White series, as well as being heavily involved in the development of PC title The Movies.
Molyneux said it was "humbling" to "be in the company of some of the greatest talents the entertainment industry has ever seen".
"I remember back in 1967 watching the first BAFTA awards on television with my family and seeing them being so excited about those accolades," he added. "Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think it would be possible for me to accept one of the greatest honours the entertainment industry has to offer."
Following the success of Fable III, there's no word yet on what Molyneux is currently working on, but given the designer's fondness for discussing his projects - often before he's supposed to - details of his future plans surely can't be too far away.
The real star of yesterday's BAFTA show was undoubtedly Peter Molyneux. The legendary designer, who's currently the boss of Lionhead, and who can count the likes of Populous, Syndicate, Black & White, Dungeon Keeper and Fable amongst the games he's helped shape, was awarded a BAFTA Fellowship - a prize that sees him joining Nintendo superstar Shigeru Miyamoto, and SimCity designer Will Wright.
"Every day I wake up and thank the stars that I'm still here now," said Molyneux in an emotional speech. "I love my job so much and I really feel like going home and working harder than I've ever done to prove that I deserve this award."
He also had a few words for the videogaming press, too. "I'd like to thank the press, by the way, for listening to my stuff,he laughed. orry - I've slightly over-promised on things on occasion. I could name at least 10 features in games that I've made up to stop journalists going to sleep and I really apologise to the team for that."
We'll forgive you for over-promising, Mister Molyneux - but we couldn't forgive you if you didn't get to work on Fable IIII straight away.
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Choose your own destinyAction RPG Fable III puts the fate of fictional world Albion in your hands as you rally the oppressed, start a revolution and eventually take the throne. The choices and sacrifices you make on the path to greatness create an ever-evolving world of consequences that will be felt across the entire land. Will you play as a hero, villain or someone between, and once you assume power, will you rule with kindness or an iron fist? Playable co-operatively with a friend, the game is brought to life by an all star cast featuring the voice talent of John Cleese, Stephen Fry, Simon Pegg, Ben Kingsley and Zoe Wanamaker.
It was announced this morning that popular British game designer Peter Molyneux is to receive the BAFTA Fellowship.…
The real star of yesterday's BAFTA show was undoubtedly Peter Molyneux. The legendary designer was awarded a BAFTA Fellowship - a prize that sees him joining Nintendo superstar Shigeru Miyamoto, and S…
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2011 was full of big releases for Xbox 360, including sequels to some of this generation's best franchises, high definition remakes of classic games and innovative motion control offerings. Here, GAME…
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