Fable III Limited Edition
not as good as Fable 1 or 2
They really hyped up the morals and choices you would have to make, but it wasn't nearly as good as I had hoped. The choices were cheesy, the consequences were weak, and the entire section as king/queen lasted for about 1/3 of the play time. If you're already a fan of the Fable series like I am, then it's still a good buy, otherwise, I'd move on.
Fable III : Good for the franchise
I'm a fableholic. Preorded and exceeded exceptoins. disliked sound because i heard it all in fable ii. I would say overall that this game has great everything excpet sound. Prefer to crank Liverpool 8 as this game's soundtrack by Ringo Starr. On a note everything flowed like the end of Lost Chapters and the end of the first.
i cant wait i already have my limited dedition controller plus guide reserved and this. hopefully this will turn out way better than fable 2 cause that was a huge let down.
If it's Fable
If it's a Fable game I will always get it,hands down they are some of the best games out there I just love all of them.There not just games there so much more.
Fable 3 Rocks
Fable 3 is good to be awsome. In Fable 3 the character will not be a child form like in Fable 1 or Fable 2, you began the game in your teenage years people of Albion will called you Prince or Princess. This is the first Fable that your character will have a voice and can choose different conversation options at certian points in the game. In the began of the game if you are a female character you will have a boyfriend named Elliot and if you are a male character you will have a girlfriend named Elise, in Fable 3 you can have children in the game you can also ues the dynamic touch to pick up the child and toss, carry and hug children of Albion and your own children also the player can Adopt a children in Fable 3. Theresa in Fable 1 and Fable 2 is returning in Fable 3 and also who is returning in the game is Reaver form Fable 2.
Fable 3 limited edition
Yes the limited edition will have reavers sword and tattoo....I ordered limited edition fable 3 and friday im puting something on the limited edition guide as well ^^
reuseable limited edition items?
i wonder if you can reuse the tattoo and reaver sword on more than one save game unlike fable 2 were u could only use the hals costume on one save game, i will be super p.o.d if u cant!!!!!!
Psyched for whats to come!
I have to agree that Lionhead and the Fable series are way under-rated. There is always someone out there that needs more. Nothing is ever enough. I mean, I will be the first to say that there is no video game out there that 100% completely delivers with every single thing, because you have too many people who want too many things. And yes Molyneux doesn't always follow through on all promises... but who cares. I mean, you can't be let down if you don't expect the world. Look at the games for what they are, brilliant. A lot of thought and time went into these games to please you. The first fable set a path for a whole new type of game and gameplay, the second re introduced that concept, but with extras and a new story. Now there is Fable 3, and I am super happy I didn't have to wait another 4 years to see it happen. I waited so long for Fable 2 and loved it, and now just 2 years later we can enjoy a new story and a whole new game! Fable 3 has a lot of the old features but with a whole lot more, and the fact that you don't become king at the end of the game ROCKS! I love the Fable games and I am definitely pre ordering this! Special Addition baby!
sinatra has gone, and the best has come
I am unfathomably excited by Fable III. After seeing the interviews with various LionHead developers, reading reviews about the engine, graphics and new systems going into fable i can firmly conclude that this is going to be one heck of a game. From what we keep hearing good old Pete say, "becoming king is only half the story" we can probably surmise that this isnt going to disappoint fans of a longer story. add in the factor of inevitable DLC, new lands to conquer, weapons, more dlc and a twist for good measure and you have a game that will up its playability value far into the future. hopefully they have increased the online multiplayer into some form of functionality as that is my only cause for apprehension. the last fable had a cameo default "good or evil" "guy or girl" representing whatever fable-head unlucky enough to join a game. it was disappointing for many reasons that i need not point out to former players of fable II. the addition of John Cleese to the narrating cast is something i am feverishly anticipating, although i hope it doesnt take away any seriousness in the fable franchise. i love the fact that the setting takes place in industrial-revo europe. i cant imagine what possibilities in weaponry this is gonna open along with in game aspects. plus to make it even better molyneux has announced a totally new engine made for fable III. i swear the man is mass producing high quality engines in his basement...i digress, the point is that with the ever progressing gameplay of fable along with recent advances in gaming (not to mention that crazy look in molyneux's eye when hes on to something) this should be one of the memorable games of the year if not the decade.
Uneasy about add-ons
The thing I am worried about is that is the limited edition of Fable 3 going to have Reaver's sword and the tattoo set....