Fable 3 review

We return to the undeniably British Albion 50 years after the events of Fable 2, the real is oppressed by its tyrannical leader (who happens to be your brother). You’re thrust straight into the action and begin an uprising against your kinsman. The pivotal point of the game is making promises on your journey to Monarch, will you keep them or will you betray your newfound peers once you gain power? The game feels much more focused than the previous instalments with a much more compelling story. Whilst Fable 3 is fun while it lasts it may not be the revolution some were hoping for, I’m pinning that one on Molyneux! 7

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