Excerpt: O Fable 3 apresenta-se como o mais recente RPG publicado pela Microsoft Game Studios e com autoria da Lionhead Studios. Este título está disponível para PC e XBOX 360. Antes de iniciar esta review, devo mencionar que nunca antes tinha tido contacto algum com os jogos da saga Fable. Esta é a primeira incursão que [...
Excerpt: There is one thing that you can definitely say about Lionhead Studios and the Fable franchise and it’s that they really bring out the child in you. After 2 years away from Albion, we again don our chicken suit and step into a world that is so charming and delightful you cannot help but stray from the breadcrumb path to see what treasures await.
Summary: If there's one word that categorically defines the Fable series, it has to be "promise." Fable has always been a franchise with promise, made by people who do nothing but promise. Each game is always pretty fun, but consistently falls short of its own goals, and always carries with it the glimmer of that unfulfilled promise.Â Perhaps one day, the Fable series will finally strike the chord it's been grasping at for all these years. Today, however, is not that day.
Conclusion: In here you can check out your progress and you dogs, pick out weapons and spells, dress you character, do you bookingkeeping on you gold, check out your achivements and Trophies, fast travel, and finaly your Live multiplayer needs. The game may not be a fully polished, but ends up being a great game if you enjoy the Fable series, pick it up and have fun. For those who like a more serieous epic RPG, this is not what your looking for.
Excerpt: Last October, Fable III was released for the Xbox 360. Comical characters and enchanting aesthetics overshadowed many of the game's problems, providing another magical trip through the world of Albion. For PC players eager to try their hand at being a hero, the wait is finally over. Fable III has arrived on the PC and brought with it the merriment and whimsy that make it such a pleasure to spend time in this mythical land.
Pros: Strong and varied artistic design, Consistently funny the whole way through, Great musical score
Cons: Lack of interesting moral choices, No emotional connection to any characters
Excerpt: Fable has always been a game that has given you control of a world, allowing you to choose as to how you treat its denizens but Fable III goes one step further and allows you to become the monarch of Albion. Fable III takes place fifty years after the conclusion of the second iteration of the series. In that ensuing time, the once idyllic land of Albion has moved into the smog and hardship of the industrial age.
Excerpt: Downloadable content (DLC) is here to stay, we should just make our peace and get on with life, whether we like it or not. Luckily some DLC is good enough that you don’t have to make peace with it, but you can actually embrace it, hold it and pet it and love it and cuddle it and squeeze it… and then people can call you Elvira. Yes, some DLC is worth it.
Conclusion: When Fable III was released last year, it was widely praised for it's ability to weave another tale within Albion. Lionhead's crew is excellent at involving the player in the plight of the land's characters and I had a feeling that their DLC content would be similar. In Fable III Traitor's Keep, the events of Fable III have passed and you are ruler of Albion.