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Fable III- PC

alaTest has collected and analyzed 69 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviews about the graphics and size are overall positive. The gameplay and design also get good feedback. There are some mixed views about the usability, while there are some less positive reviews about the reliability.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Fable III- PC is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 90/100 = Excellent quality.

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Fable III (PC)

 

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...

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Fable III

 

The Good: Peter Molyneux blends unique mix of elements into action RPG gameplay The Bad: Some of which works, but much of which does not The Ugly: Games for Windows Live I should probably say right up front that, not only did I never play Fable the...

Look, in a sense I understand what Molyneux was trying to do here ? create a more immersive action RPG environment in that many action-RPGs are really little more than clickfests. In Fable III you can purchase houses, buy businesses, get married, and...

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Fable III PC Review: It ain't easy being king, especially on Windows

 

The story of a revolution in a not quite revolutionary game. We learn this again as Peter Molyneux's RPG makes the Xbox 360-to-Windows PC transition.

So it came to pass that Molyneux's latest epic was brought unto Windows. Though it was a port lacking in polish, with graphics below those of the modern age, the people embraced it as a rarity. Gritty but immature, dark yet not steeped in the occult,...

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Fable III Review

 

Fable III lands on the PC with graphical enhancements and tougher combat, but simplified gameplay and a lack of moral choices still distract from the fun.

Strong and varied artistic design ; Consistently funny the whole way through ; Great musical score

Lack of interesting moral choices ; No emotional connection to any characters

Unfortunately, the technical aspects aren't as refined as the artistic side of things. The most glaring problem is the pathfinding. Your dog, helpful treasure hunter that he is, is awful at pointing you in the right direction. He gets stuck on rocks...

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Fable III Review

 

It?s still good to be the king; it's not so good beforehand

Great writing and voice acting; looks great! Ruling a kingdom; doesn't play like a port

Dull, over-simplified gameplay; the chunk before ruling the kingdom

Jason McMaster is a regular contributor to GameShark

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Fable III Review

 

There are bursts of creativity and moments of evocative moral dilemma in Lionhead Studios' most recent version of Albion on PC, but, well...

In Fable III you can be king. You quest through a fantasy countryside gathering support to overthrow a vile ruler, take the crown, then strike a balance between fulfilling promises made to supporters and the overall safety of Albion. It's a pretty game...

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Fable III: Traitor's Keep (X360) Review

 

The latest Fable III DLC takes the story in a new direction. Journey into Logan's secret prison, Ravenscar Keep, and discover its dark secrets.

While there are certainly a great number of folks out there who purchase downloadable content without much thought, many Fable fans have since grown wary of Lionhead Studios' DLC, which have developed a reputation of being tragically short on content. ...

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Fable 3

 

When Lionhead studios head Peter Molyneux announced the original Fable to the world before its 2004 release date, he made some pretty lofty promises. Though the team at Lionhead Studios tried, the finished product didn't deliver on a number of those...

There's also a number of unlockables you can get by playing through certain aspects of the game. Can you say Chicken suit?

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Fable III

 

A huge improvement? No. But it's fun.

The few new features do improve the series. The Sanctum is a clever take on the menu screen: a place you can teleport to at any time, even mid-combat, to change weapons and clothes with the help of your encouraging butler. Your weapons level up with...

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Fable III Review - Total Video Games

 

Lionhead's quintessentially British RPG returns, urging gamers to plot a revolution in the lands of Albion...

Somewhat fittingly, this is the Fable to rule them all. Its revolutionary themes complement the series' trademark gameplay style exceedingly well, bringing a murkier side to crucial player choices that make impending decisions all the more engaging....

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