Fable 2 creator thinks the PS3 hasn't seen many 'oh my god' moments.
Speaking to VideoGamer.com earlier this week, Lionhead founder Peter Molyneux has revealed that he considers Square's Final Fantasy VII to be the game that defined the RPG genre.
"I always remember back to Final Fantasy VII, when I first played FFVII, that to me defined the genre," he said when talking about the PS3 and if it has had any defining titles. "Those were the 'oh my god' moments, I don't believe they exist. I haven't seen many of those on the PS3."
Before angry PS3 gamers send Mr Molyneux angry emails it's worth bearing in mind that, despite his company being owned by Microsoft, he owns all the major consoles.
"This is very much me as a gamer talking, not as an industry spokesman," he told us. "I've got a PS3, a Wii and a 360, I've got just about everything."
Read part one of our interview with Peter Molyneux here and look out for more from the industry legend over the coming days.