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Fable 3

Platform : Windows
Rated: Mature
109 customer reviews

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  • Lead a revolution to take control of Albion, fight alongside your people.
  • Experience love and loss while preparing to defend the kingdom against a looming threat.
  • Your choices as ruler will lead to consequences felt across the entire land.
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Platform: PC | Edition: Standard

Product Description

Fable III is the next blockbuster installment in the highly praised Fable franchise

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Launching in the US on May 17, Fable III for Windows takes gamers back to Albion for the next installment of the beloved Fable franchise. Players can take advantage of the same great action found on the console game as well as:

  • Playable in 3D*, made possible by NVIDIA technology
  • Hardcore Mode, which offers a higher level of difficulty
  • Bonus Digital Content
    • Additional Region
    • Additional Quest
    • Additional Outfit
    • Additional Dog Breed
    Fans new and returning will now embark on an epic adventure, where the race for the crown is only the beginning of your spectacular journey. Five decades have passed since the events of Fable II, and Albion has matured into an industrial revolution, but the fate of the kingdom is at peril. In Fable III, you will be called upon to rally and fight alongside your people, ascend to the seat of power, and experience the true meaning of love and loss. The choices and sacrifices you make while fanning the flames of revolution, and then as you rule as King or Queen of Albion, will lead to an ever evolving world of consequences that will be felt across your entire land. This sets the stage for unparalleled action and adventure that offers even more ways to fight and engage than ever before.

    Throughout your journey, you will encounter a colorful cast of characters that fans have come to expect from the off-beat style and humor in the Fable games. After determining whether these characters are your friends or foes, you will either join them or fight against them in explosive combat. In your quest to plant the seeds of revolution, seize power and rule over your kingdom, the choices you make will change the world around you, for the greater good or your own personal gain. Who will you become? A rebel without a cause, the tyrant you rebelled against, or the greatest ruler to ever live?

    Product Features
    Fable III features include the following:

    • Be the hero and forge your own destiny. Story telling comes to life as Fable III puts you and your hero in the center of an epic journey that traces your rise from revolutionary to ruler and beyond, along with all the action, drama and humor. Interacting with the world of Albion has never been easier or more rewarding. The Expressions system offers an ingenious new Dynamic Touch feature that allows your hero to reach out and embrace a loved one, or exact retribution against those who have betrayed you. Your hero, your faithful canine companion and even your weapons now also evolve to extremes mirroring your morality and personal style of combat. The emotional connections players will develop in the world of “Fable III” will lead to someof the most memorable moments ever experienced in a game.

    • Where blockbuster action meets adventure. Your journey spans from the streets of a thriving and industrialized Albion to the surrounding battlefields.The pioneering one-button combat system allows players to easily combine different styles in their arsenal – hand-to-hand melee attacks, long-range precision shooting and wickedly catastrophic spells – to advance the one-button combat mechanic to a full scale, thrilling level that offers infinite ways to engage, experiment and compete.

    • Choice and consequence. A core tenet of the Fable franchise, players are presented with infinite choices and consequences that impact the world around them. Good or evil, loved or loathed, career versus family, or just you and your faithful canine companion – live the life you have always dreamed. More so than ever before, your choices lead to fa rmore profound outcomes that impact your every being. Whether it's deciding the outcome of minor squabbles or changing the direction of the entire kingdom, these key decisions will change the world forever.

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    Product Details

    Platform: PC | Edition: Standard
    • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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    • ASIN: B002I0KO8I
    • Product Dimensions: 0.6 x 7.5 x 5.4 inches ; 5.6 ounces
    • Media: Video Game
    • Release Date: May 17, 2011
    • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,648 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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    68 of 85 people found the following review helpful By NeuroSplicer TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 21, 2011
    Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard
    If truth be told, I am still angry at Peter Molineux for selling out and snubbing PC gamers - even if it was the PC platform that he made his name on. After the unforgettable Fable: The Lost Chapters, its sequel was never released for the PC, the most widely used gaming system. This means that PC gamers will forever miss on the complete tale that will determine the fate of Albion. Not to mention us missing on the best installment of the series.

    During the first part of the game you try to rally the support of all the regions in order to dispose of your evil brother and, you guessed it, save the land. If you are successful you will also get yourself crowned, so it is a win-win situation (well, not for your sibling, no - just for you and the land).
    And the game is far from over - now that you got the power you coveted you have to choose which promises you made on your way up you can actually keep.

    In the tradition of Fable, your character can form relationships or marriage(s), stable or not, ephemeral or not, of the opposite sex or not. Everything goes - in a surreal playful atmosphere. This is one of the parameters that make FABLE III a very quirky and yet immersive game to experience.
    At the same time, moral choices are also abundant and fun to follow through. And, as they say, it is easy to make choices - the hard part, sometimes, is living with their consequences.
    What are not so easy to digest are all the personal delivery services you have to carry out. Everyone and their sister seems to have a parcel for you to fetch or deliver!
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    43 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on May 18, 2011
    Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard
    If you have played the Xbox 360 version, you may have noticed bugs, long load times, and framerate skipping. Annoying right? Well the PC version has fixed all of that and has even added upon the fable 3 experience, with all the DLC included right out of the box, a new "hardcore" mode, superior Mouse and Keyboard controls, and the stunning new Nvidia 3D functionality.

    -Majority of game bugs fixed with PC release
    -Hardcore mode actually adds enjoyment to this game for the gamers who found the 360 release to be too easy.
    -3D mode is very stunning
    -Support a wide variety of Xbox 360 controllers
    -New graphical details added exclusively for PC
    -Achievements (if you care about those, I don't)
    -Mouse and Keyboard works great
    -No disk required to play after you install
    -No securom

    -Still too easy (no real penalty for dying other than loss of guild points)
    -Some minor GFWL interface issues (don't listen to the other reviews, game works fine and this isn't as big of an issue as they claim)
    -Can't choose the expressions you want when interacting with other character like in Fable 2
    -Crossplatform co-op is not included
    -Possible gamesave corruption (I have heard others have this issue but I have beat the game and never had this problem. It should be fixed in a GFWL patch later on)

    Final words: Don't listen to the negative reviews, if you have a gaming PC (or even a decent PC for that matter) and a Xbox 360 gaming console, buy this PC version. It's pretty much better in every way unless you have friends that only own the Xbox 360 version and even then this game is still enjoyable by yourself. (Note: I did not buy the DVD version, I bought Fable 3 on Steam.)
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By smallask on December 9, 2011
    Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard Verified Purchase
    I really like this game. It works fine on my laptop.

    I have yet to complete the game. I am playing on challenging mode (there are two modes: normal, and challenging). I have not found challenging mode that difficult, but if you keep in mind that this is Fable, that shouldn't be too surprising. I have played Fable: TLC, but not Fable II, and I am quite intrigued about the concept of having children.

    The game is simple enough and you can have multiple save files, so you can have multiple different gaming experiences (if you get bored- or just alternate b/w the girl/boy option). I think there are 3 or 4 (not sure).

    My main complaint is the Main Quest. If you get too close to an area that moves this (the Main Quest) along it will automatically trigger a cut-scene or the progression to the next portion. (Seemingly minor but annoying nonetheless) If you walk away from the character, they will keep speaking and walking as if you are following them.

    Also there are major limitations in the number and type of interactions you can have with NPCs.

    (Also, why is Elise/Elliot the only potential romantic character given a personality and unique look?)
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    10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Ra$TeR on October 8, 2011
    Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard Verified Purchase
    I love playing this game...really fun.

    But they never came out with a patch!? This game is eons old, but they haven't fixed anything. I glitched out after 40 hours and can't get past this one part of the game due to a glitch. Don't waste your time on such a huge dissapointment because its just not worth investing your time into this sucker.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By RocketJesus on November 19, 2012
    Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard Verified Purchase
    This game was a nightmare to get working--the worst, most user-unfriendly, frustrating experience I've ever had in about 19 years of PC gaming. Fun game once I finally got it working, though.

    Games for Windows Live is pretty much the entire issue. You can't run the game without signing into a GFWL account. Funny thing is, if you don't have one and click the link to make one, it takes you to XBox live (apparently GFWL is no more and has been merged with XB live.) That web site DOES. NOT. WORK. I spend an hour and a half repeatedly trying to create a profile, and after jumping through all the hoops (including the most migraine-inducing captcha I've ever seen) was told "there was an error, please try again later" every single time--and of course it cleared most of my information, including that godawful captcha, every time.
    Onsite help (i.e. knowledge base and forums) were useless, having no relevant information: everything was purely related to getting xboxes to connect, and when I clicked the "I have a different issue" link it told my I was about to leave the site. I clicked "OK" and... it took me to the bottom of the same topic page, where there was still no relevant information or any additional links. There was also no support link on the site (that I could find) to email anyone about the web site itself rather than my account, which it needed since the web site itself was clearly broken in many, many ways including its core functionality of creating new accounts.
    Eventually I found a completely different MS site to create a Windows ID, which said it would also serve as a Windows Live account. I created one there (which worked fine) and then was able to use it to login to xbox live.
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