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Season 4 Episode 33

The Man, The Myth, The Molyneux

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Aired Monday 9:30 PM Sep 23, 2005 on G4
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The Man, The Myth, The Molyneux
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It's all Peter Molyneux in today's episode. The founder of Lionhead Studios "visits" the studio, via satellite to talk about the industry, his current game releases and his thoughts on the new Revolution controller. Plus, he answers questions from viewers. And we get a brief clip of Geoff's exclusive Tokyo Game Show interview of the President of Nintendo, Satoru Iwata. And no, it's not the clip about the Revolution's controller.moreless

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      • The previous week's episode of G4tv.com made one believe that a larger portion of the Satoru Iwata interview would be shown. However, there was only a short clip shown at the beginning of the episode and a note to watch G4's Tokyo Game Show Special for the entire interview.

      • Geoff Keighley's exclusive interview with Satoru Iwata was shown in a G4 Tokyo Game Show special that premiered on Tuesday, September 27, 2005 at 10 pm EST.

      • Geoff Keighley was given the only Tokyo Game Show 2005 sit-down interview with Nintendo President Satoru Iwata. This episode shows a clip from that interview.

      • The 2005 Tokyo Game Show was held September 16, 2005 (Friday) to September 18, 2005 (Sunday) at the Nippon Convention Center in Tokyo, Japan.

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        FEMA is the emergency action-team for the United States which handles natural disasters. This episode aired after Hurricane Katrina had hit the Louisiana and Mississippi coast, and the night before Hurricane Rita hit the Texas coast.

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