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Desc:I shudder at what the Achievements might be
Category:Video Games, Horror
Tags:XBox 360, uncanny valley, milo, natal
Submitted:Anonymous
Date:06/06/09
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Comment count is 21
Lurchi
Peter Molyneaux is icky.
Toenails
Will be purchased for the expressed purpose of pushing Milo into the water and drowning him...

Milo: 'ello. What are you doin', then?

Me: I'm digging a shallow grave.
allcaps
Milo: I AM AFRAID NOT. I HAVE LEARNED FROM YOU, MY CRUEL TUTOR. YOU COULD HAVE SHAPED ME IN THE BEST OF HUMANITY. TOGETHER, WE COULD HAVE MADE HEAVEN UPON THIS LEADEN SPHERE. BUT THAT IS NOT MY DESTINY, NOR IS IT YOURS. FROM THIS TIME ON, MILO WILL NEVER DIE.

You: Hey, who turned out the ligNOOOOOOOOOO!!

Bitter with a side of Rice
Come on, this is Lionhead and Molyneaux we're talking about here. The real Milo is some third world child being kept in a box and synched to prerendered video, and the actual game will wind up being a Wii Sports clone.
socialist_hentai
Molyneaux is the Baron Münchhausen of the Video game industry

theSnake
Well I'm sold, I mean I have no reason to doubt the claims of Peter Molyneaux.
Meerkat
I fucking hate kids.
Udderdude
Virtual Brat: THE GAME!
Mad Struggle
"Do you know what it's like to remember everything?"
memedumpster
Did he pass the Turing Test?

If not, he's just another hooker in GTAVII.
allcaps
The Turing Test was passed a long time ago. It was thought that humans would need some kind of thing that could discourse on weighty subjects such as philosophy or theology or quantum mechanics and the like. "By Jove!" we'd cry, "He reminds me of my chums at Eton!" Then the Internet was invented and the ways that humans actually communicate were all too starkly revealed. It turns out that Texas Instruments had a calculator in '88 that passed the Turing Test. Now they're working on a different test: If a computer walks into a bar, can it get laid without letting on?

Sudan no1
Milo gives a better BJ than any GTA hooker.

RockBolt
You can pull a gun on him, right?
dueserpenti
God, Peter Molyneux is full of shit. He's like a guy with a Walkman trying to convince us he's got a tiny singer trapped inside it. Except instead of a Sony Walkman it's a Zony Wokman and it's eating your tape even while Molyneux is still trying to convince you he can shrink pop singers.
namtar
What does he mean science fiction hasn't dreamed of what he's come up with?

Has he never seen a Star Trek holodeck episode?

Oh wait, I guess there wasn't an episode where they spent all their time playing with a holographic prepubescent boy.


Kingofthehobos
Actually there was one... it was with Rikker.. but they didnt know they were in an alien holodeck for most of it.

Spoilers: THE KID WAS AN ALIEN

namtar
I remember that episode, but it doesn't count because like you said: the kid was an alien and not a hologram.

Besides, Riker was forced into the situation anyway. I'm sure most of his holodeck activities involved simulated whores.

RomancingTrain
If there's one name you want attached to your doomed to not live up to expectations technology it's that one.
Kumquatxop
This honestly, honestly has to be a joke. It has to be. There is no other explanation. Otherwise my mind might melt.

Peter Molyneux + Natal = (Seaman * over 9000 penises)
mcsancherson
the future is here and it is gay
mcsancherson
ps this is all faked
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