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Fable III (Xbox 360)

Platform : Xbox 360
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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 15 years and over Suitable for 15 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 15. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 15 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B002M78DTE
  • Item Weight: 27 g
  • Release Date: 29 Oct. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (271 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 735 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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“Fable III” is the latest installment to the action packedand critically acclaimed Xbox 360 exclusive franchise that has sold more than six million copies. Fans new and returning will now embark on an epic adventure, where the race for the crown is only the beginning of your spectacular journey. Five decades have passed since the events of “Fable II,” and Albion has matured into an industrial revolution, but the fate of the kingdom is at peril. In “Fable III,” you will be called upon to rally and fight alongside your people, ascend to the seat of power, and experience the true meaning of love and loss. The choices and sacrifices you make while fanning the flames of revolution, and then as you rule as King or Queen or Albion, will lead to an ever evolving world of consequences that will be felt across your entire land. This sets the stage for unparalleled action and adventure that offers even more ways to fight and engage than ever before.
Throughout your journey, you will encounter a colorful cast of characters that fans have come to expect from the off-beat style and humor in the “Fable” games. After determining whether these characters are your friends or foes, you will either join them or fight against them in explosive combat, alone or with a friend on Xbox LIVE®* . In your quest to plant the seeds of revolution, seize power and rule over your kingdom, the choices you make will change the world around you, for the greater good or your own personal gain. Who will you become? A rebel without a cause, the tyrant you rebelled against, or the greatest ruler to ever live?

Product Features
“Fable III” features include the following:

  • Be the hero and forge your own destiny. Story telling comes to life as “Fable III” puts you and your hero in the center of an epic journey that traces your rise from revolutionary to ruler and beyond, along with all the action, drama and humor. Interacting with the world of Albion has never been easier or more rewarding. The Expressions system offers an ingenious new Dynamic Touch feature that allows your hero to reach out and embrace a loved one, or exact retribution against those who have betrayed you. Your hero, your faithful canine companion and even your weapons now also evolve to extremes mirroring your morality and personal style of combat. The emotional connections players will develop in the world of “Fable III” will lead to someof the most memorable moments ever experienced in a game.

  • Where blockbuster action meets adventure. Your journey spans from the streets of a thriving and industrialized Albion to the surrounding battlefields.The pioneering one-button combat system allows players to easily combine different styles in their arsenal – hand-to-hand melee attacks, long-range precision shooting and wickedly catastrophic spells – to advance the one-button combat mechanic to a full scale, thrilling level that offers infinite ways to engage, experiment and compete.

  • Choice and consequence. A core tenet of the “Fable” franchise, players are presented with infinite choices and consequences that impact the world around them. Good or evil, loved or loathed, career versus family, or just you and your faithful canine companion – live the life you have always dreamed. More so than ever before, your choices lead to fa rmore profound outcomes that impact your every being. Whether it's deciding the outcome of minor squabbles or changing the direction of the entire kingdom, these key decisions will change the world forever.
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3.6 out of 5 stars

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By John Clayton III VINE VOICE on 11 Nov. 2010
I thought Fable 2 was a great game, really great, but it had some really severe design shortcomings that badly impacted on the overall experience. My chief concerns were the game's length(It was far too short for an RPG, taking around 12 hours to run through, the game's total lack of any real climax, not even giving you either a final dungeon or boss fight, and it's clunky, difficult to use NPC interaction/gesture system. It was a flawed game, but mercifully, all of these problems have been addressed for this sequel... but unfortunately, there have been several other changes that prove to just as ruinous as anything Fable 2 had. Perhaps moreso in some ways.

Putting you in the role of either the son or daughter of the first game's main character(Your choice), Fable 3 sees you begin as prince/princess of Albion, with the increasingly tyrannical actions of your older brother Logan(The king) forcing you and your mentor and butler on the run tasked with travelling across Albion to recruit allies and find resources to help you organise a full scale revolution to despose your evil older brother and claim the throne of Albion as your own. The story is very satisfyingly put together and a lot more inventive than the previous game I found, with some great twists that really change the gameplay and "morality choices" that actually make a genuine impact on the people and world around you. Fable 3 doesn't lack ambition and for the most part delivers on giving the player a growing, evolving world... even if a lot of the "changes" that can occur can feel a tad scripted and pre-set in places.
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41 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Too Old To Game on 3 Nov. 2010
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(Apologies if i've included any spoilers.)
Now completed the game (well, killed the bad guy and now running my land) so thought it would be worth giving my tuppence worth.
Overall this was a fun game to play. The humour is a nice touch, and some of the locations are nicely rendered. However, and maybe as a result of all that 'niceness', as the game went on i did begin to notice that the framerate would drop as if i was entering some kind of slow-motion. The introduction of the system for changing equipment/clothes etc is a chore. This was supposed to improve the supposedly tedious previous menu system but unfortunately the new and improved system means it takes longer to make any changes. The emotion wheel has been dispensed with and replaced by fixed options which occasionally change but don't really improve things (what ever you do only affects the one person you have chosen to interact with, and not the crowd that is watching). Moving from location to location has a disjointed feel to it, making the land feel like its a series of almost random areas with no symmetry. And as for the TV ads, (and maybe due to the way i played it out) this was hardly a 'revolution', there was no sense of it being a climatic conflict with your brother with opposing armies (just a few troops here and there in some of the latter missions).
Overall this is either 'Fable: The Sims Years' or an RPG-Lite. Probably aimed directly at the casual gamer. If you felt Fable 2 was a disappointment after the original Fable, then you may not be impressed with this.
The things which made the first Fable so memorable are being eroded. Shame, as a lot of people loved that game.
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59 of 63 people found the following review helpful By N. Carey on 28 Nov. 2010
I've actually never felt compelled to write a review before, but was so gutted by the gaming experience provided by Fable 3 I felt I should sort of warn other Fable 2 fans. It just seems like a load of unnecessary changes have been made that made the experience worse, some necessary changes haven't been made, and the whole thing takes a fraction of the time Fable 2 did (which, in a funny way, turns out to be a blessing).

The small stuff first - NPC interactions have been broken. The expression wheel has gone and you can no longer choose your action. The fact that it seems to default to 'dance' means that to make friends with anyone (male or female) you have to perform a Patrick Swayze lift on them. Not very kingly. Also, you now have to enter an 'interact' screen with your dog - why?

Combat, always a bit of a weak point, is now worse. Magic powers are too powerful and your melee attacks are virtually useless.

SPOILER ALERT: Once you become King the choices you are able to make are stupid, simplistic and mean that you can either have a beautiful but poor kingdom with everyone dead, or a ruined but rich kingdom with everyone still alive. Once you know this you can of course spend ages in the early stages amassing a personal fortune and donating it to your kingdom, but to me this seems like a workaround for a broken system than a valid gameplay tactic. Also, the second 'half' of the game when you're King only lasts an hour or so, then the final battle sneaks up on you and gives you no opportunity to sort out your finances. END SPOILERS.

I spent weeks and months of my life playing and replaying Fable 2, but after 3 days I doubt I'll ever have Fable 3 in my console again. I never even bothered to get married, have/adopt kids etc as I couldn't see any point. I never felt connected to the game, characters, my dog, Albion... and why have an RPG sequel that's so much shorter than its predecessor? What a shame.
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