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  • Blog Post: Where's the Fable?

    Fable III is an RPG published by Microsoft Studios. Though the game should be concentrated on the story--as indicated by its name--it fell short and disappointed in more than one way. The main character of the game is the child of the late hero queen of Albion from Fable II and the sibling of the tyrannical... More
  • Blog Post: Fable III User Review

    I played Fable III a while back, before I played Fable II, and let me say that this is no Skyrim. Of course, that can be a good thing, while in some aspects it's not. Allow me to elaborate: Albion is under the rule of your tyrant brother, Logan, who gives you a choice to kill a citizen or your girlfriend... More
  • Blog Post: Enjoyable but not Challenging

    I enjoyed Fable 3 quite a bit and at times I had a hard time putting the controller down. I noticed as I played through the game and especially when I finished the game that I was actually a little disappointed with the game. To start out with what I like in Fable 3. I thought the story and premise of... More
  • Blog Post: Fable 3: Great game - one save slot.

    Fable 3, you continue to break my heart. I was psyched to first bring you home and play you; that didn't last very long. The game play was alright, but why the F do i have to hold A to open a door? Its not like you can back out of the decision after the 3 seconds you hold it and the the ring has... More
  • Blog Post: Fable 3: Long Live the King!!!

    Fable III by far is the best instalment of the Fable series to date, so much has been streamlined and updated that even the most demanding critic would be happy. Fable III takes place 50 years after Fable II ended and the time lapse is very noticable. Albion looks a kin to 1880s Britian with Towering... More
  • Blog Post: Lionhead steps up for Fable III

    I'd just like to say that in my opinion, Fable III is by far the best of the Fable series in terms of storyline and overall combat. However, there were plenty of flaws as well. First off, not having a start menu sucks, I mean really sucks. Its so counterintuative to video games that it gets me confused... More
  • Blog Post: Fable III

    Fable III is easily the strongest in the series, since Fable was restricted by technology, and Fable II was...well just boring (No offense Lionhead, love your work still). From the very beginning of Fable III you can tell that the magic is easier to cast, you can switch between your weapons at really... More
  • Blog Post: Albion Falls to Bad Choices

    The original Fable introduced us the land of Albion and the legend of the might Heroes that shaped its history. Though the original was shorter than Danny Devito with Dwarfism, it still gave us a lot of fun tearing through the country side as a do-gooder or malicious villain and watching our choices... More
  • Blog Post: Fable III Review

    Going into Fable III my expectations were pretty high to begin with. I found them surpassed. The game itself was polished and beautiful. Some of the missions were hilarious (e.g.: The Game), and quite a few were your average, run-of-the-mill "deliver this package, wipe out these monsters" kind... More
  • Blog Post: First Impressions - Fable 3

    Fable has always been a series that I've followed over the years. I played and enjoyed the first when it was released on the original Xbox and played the second for God knows how many hours and loved every minute of it. With the release of Fable 3, I know that I'll be spending just as much time... More
  • Blog Post: I will play as many Fables as Lionhead wants to make.

    The Fable series has always been about choices. In the first two games, you could be either evil or good. The decisions you made were easy because you knew what you wanted to be. If you are like me, you had an evil hero and a good hero. As you begin playing Fable 3, it seems as if your choices are as... More
  • Blog Post: Fable III pretty darn good!

    your rating 9.00 We all knew ahead of time that you would get to become King, but we didn't know how stressful some of the requests are. The game is very, very re-playable. Downfall is i did about 50 quests and beat the game in 12 hours and 30 minutes flat. Lionhead needs to bring back Fable I but... More
  • Blog Post: Fable III ; Too much time to do quick thing's.

    Over-all i think that Fable III is a wonderful game.That being said; If something's not broken, don't fix it. The lack of the menus make's equipping and managing weapons and character features take longer then it should.Menu's were a key feature of Fable and Fable II. I think they may... More
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