If you have been hesitant to check out Fable: The Journey, perhaps the following five facts will help persuade you, that the game is decent.
The game does it's best to feel like a legitimate sequel to Fable III, most of this is done by learning more of the story of Theresa, whom serves as a secondary main character. We will learn more about the world of Albion.
Many of the quips and quirks that made other Fable games enjoyable remain in this version. The voice acting in this game is one of the high points. Both the actors who play Theresa and Gabriel do a tremendous job of injecting humor into their conversations. They also play as foils to each other and build a unique relationship.
The game has adapted itself for the inherent flaws that exi…
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Today is the release date for Fable: The Journey. This Kinect-only game is being heavily criticized by critics. Here are a few snippets from publications on both the Internet and print. Make sure to voice your opinions on the matter below.
It's not demo material or a novelty release, but an uncompromising adventure game that weaves an engrossing story while utilizing the full potential of motion control. It doesn't always work flawlessly, but the sheer ambition alone makes it a must-own for Fable and Kinect fans alike.
Official Xbox Magazine UK
In actual game terms, The Journey translates to a handful of tightly focussed concepts that do their damnedest to play to their strengths of Kinect's notoriously finicky…
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