According to an interview with Microsoft Xbox director Aaron Greenberg, the Milo tech demo "continues to exist," but it's not a game that they intend to bring to market. I don't know how this is supposed to jive with the usual hyperbolic tripe that Molyneux loves to force feed us. Last I heard, he sounded pretty convinced that it was a game that would blow our faces off.
Microsoft not planning to bring Milo to market?
I'm still thoroughly confused as to why people want to talk to a virtual boy. There's nothing that says "Don't judge me" like a 23 year old male sitting in his basement talking a fake 12 year old boy discussing your daily life and horribly drawn art collection.
" Can't say I'm surprised by this. It seems like the kind of thing they would use to experiment and grow their understanding and technology, but never turn into a full fledged game. "True, but it was only a year ago that Molyneux was at E3, hyping Milo as some sort of revolution (never mind that the tech demo was largely controlled from behind the scenes like the Wizard of Oz).
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