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Ok so Natel....I can understand why they would want to try something new.
But microtransactions...ugh. What a cheap way to screw over fans for a few extra bucks. Maybe it wouldn't be so bad if this game wouldn't be $60, but it will be, and I'm done paying $5-$10 dollars for content that should have been in the game in the first place. It isn't like an expansion to where they needed extra space and time to come out with new content, this is stuff they will be releasing alongside the actual game. Fable 2 was a mess of glitches, bugs, slowdowns, poor writing and graphic anamolies, I would absolutely not spend any more money to further my experience of this, to make me pay for additional content which should have been released with the game is just greed.
Anyone else feel like this?
You can't really blame any of the developers or any body who sells the game because everybody does it not just lionhead . Lieutenant Russ 20:29, March 1, 2010 (UTC)
Hm... If you really feel that you don`t want to buy any "add-ons" for Fable 3, then you might want to gamble at waiting about 2 years time or so after it`s release for a game of the year edition or something similar. Fable 1 got The Lost Chapters, Fable 2 got a game of the year edition that included "Seeing The Future" and the "Knothole Islands" quests. As such it is plausible that an expansion game might be released some time after fable 3, (with some inevitable bug fixes ofc) ... However, this is not 100% certain and I (for one) will probably just buy fable 3 then purches the DLC as it comes. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) . Please sign your posts with ~~~~