Peter Molyneux LiveText on Fri

Facing your questions live.

Good news, Eurogamers! Lionhead boss Peter Molyneux is lining up to talk to you in our second LiveText interview this Friday, 30th November, from 3pm GMT!

Molyneux is following in the virtual footsteps of Naughty Dog's Evan Wells, who joined us earlier this month to field your questions and enjoyed himself so much he stuck around for half the night.

"To get tough and frank questions from gamers is what I am looking forward to this Friday," he told everyone in our fancy press release. "I don't mind whether they are about Fable 2, Lionhead's other games or the industry in general."

For those who missed out the first time around, Eurogamer's LiveText interview system sees you lot typing in questions that we then submit to the victim using magic. If you turn up a bit before the allotted time, you also get the chance to submit questions in advance.

As for what to ask about, Molyneux has worked on games like Black & White, Populous, Magic Carpet and of course Fable, and is one of the UK's best-known developers, so you could start off in that area. Or you could ask him whether he could score from there.

Whatever you come up with, he's sure to be worth going on the Internet for when you run out of emails to respond to on Friday afternoon. 3pm! Join us!

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