Summary: gameplay is glitchy: the mechanics aren't user friendly even for "skilled" players, the customization sucks; leveling up is cheap, stupid, and sucks; game was pressed to fast before addressing serious issues, it feels like u r playing a beta. I was glad this game was over fast. Loved orignal fable, still go back and play it, but i sold this copy as soon as i beat the game. Dont buy, waste ur time or money.
Summary: I know that this game is rated poorly on Gamestop, but it was only judged by SEVEN voters. I actually enjoy this game, and you can also. Look at other sites for a more accurate calculation (at least 20 voters).
Summary: Again...it was ok, but a lot of the plot was predictable, the gameplay was (as mentioned plenty of times) repetitive and a lot of quests were way too similar. The game length is short, and this seems to be clearly to allow gamers to buy unnecessary DLC. That means, of course, that once again this is a stripped game obviously intended to obtain more money through content that realistically should fit in with the base game.
Summary: I bought this game as a digital download and every 10-30 minutes of gametime it my computer will forcefully put itself in to sleep/hibernate mode as if its crashing. When the game is actually working it plays great, but I know Fable III is famous for it's glitches, and it definitely does not like my computer.
Summary: To tell the truth, this game is one of my favorites for the current console generation. I would say that I have been enjoying it the same amount as Fable II, and that was also one of my favorites. The combat system is better than that on the xbox and some graphical IMPROVEMENTS have been made, along with a little additional content. I have no idea why the pc version is rated lower than xbox, if anything, I would rate it slightly higher.
Summary: Just a little background, I have only played PC versions of the game; Fable, and Fable III. Playing Fable III wasn't too much different than Fable. A lot of the look and feel were pretty much the same, the only initial noticable difference is the option to choose either Male or Female player characters. Beyond that, customization is limited to the default models, which, as before, change according to the good/evil choices you make in the game.
Summary: Fable III is a good game with a few silly flaws. You can't access your inventory and swapping weapons or clothing requires teleporting to your base, teleporting to the room with the particular item you're looking for, and then those same teleports in reverse. You can be in and out rather quickly but it makes little sense to sacrifice accessibility for displaying your weapons and clothing on mannequins.
Don't buy unless your PC's performance lies way beyond the given "minimum"!
10 July 2011
Summary: Minimum requirements fulfiled means that I should be able to play this game on my PC in some way or the other, does it not? However great the lag, however frustratingly slow the characters' movements, I should essentially be able to play this game, should I not? Not being new to computers or gaming, I bought Fable 3 in the belief that it would likely not run well, but that it would essentially work.
Summary: This game crashes on PC. The worse part about that is, you lose your save and have to start over again. This is a well known issue which has not been corrected. A real bummer after you have been playing for weeks. Don't waste your money on this one.
No health bar, no inventory only ONE save game slot.
K. Johnston, Amazon
10 July 2011
Summary: There are certain aspects to games that are commonly expected, ie, more then one save game slot, inventory window and a health bar. What were they thinking? If your save game corrupts, which apparently it does quite often, you have to start the game from the very beginning. You cannot go back to a previous save because there isn't one. Want to know how many (whatever) you have?