Everyone is looking forward to buying Fable 3 and trying this game out. Wanting to know a little bit more about this game before you buy it? Read my review of Fable 3 below.
Fable 3 picks up about 50 years later from Fable 2. The character in the game this time is the youngest of two sons of the hero from Fable 2. The older brother is currently the king at the time and isn’t doing a great job at it. Just like the previous Fables, you have to save Albion from the king’s tyranny- only this time you’re saving them from your own family. You have to escape from the castle and get help from the people living in Albion to overthrow your king brother. Unlike all the other Fables, once you’ve overthrown your brother, you get to play as king- for a while at least. The decisions you make as a king determines that outcome. The cool part about this is that you get to play two different roles: defeat your evil king brother and rule as a king fr a short amount of time.
The gameplay of Fable 3 is honestly almost identical as Fable 2. You have the same dog again that helps you find treasure and detect enemies early, and fighting is the same as Fable 2 also-repetitive and limited to smashing the same combo buttons, boring…
This version of Fable also seems to the same amount or less of weapons as the previous version. You can upgrade your weapons but you have to do tasks to even get the upgrades instead of just buying them. You still have spells in this Fable, although you can only have two spells at a time. One col addition to Fable 3 that the other Fables didn’t have is that you can combine your spells for cool fighting tricks.
The armor and outfits that the character wears are very limited and you get no notice by any other people in the game by what you have on, nor does it give you any defense or attack bonuses.
Same as Fable 2, you can buy homes and businesses. With homes, you have to pay rent. A new addition to this game is that you can get a job to be able to pay your rent. You can be a blacksmith, pie maker, or a musician. Boring jobs, but hey it’s something new to Fable.
The gameplay of Fable 3 is really simple. You rarely die in the game, and it seems a little to easy. So in simple words, Fable 3 is a big disappointment in my eyes, but if you think this game may be for you, its sells for $50-80 depending on what version you get of it.
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