Ontwikkelaar: Lionhead Studios
Genre: Actie Role-playing
Platform(s): Xbox 360, Games for Windows
Spelers: 1 tot 2 spelers
Releasedatum: 29 Oktober 2010
Officiële Website: Click
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VG247.com - Sir Ben Kingsley to appear in Fable III
EscapistMagazine.com - Fable 3 Has the "Greatest Cast Ever"
SixthAxis.com - Fable 3: Co-Op Shagging
WIRED.com Fable III Reaches Out and Touches Someone
Eurogamer Fable III has no experience, health bar
IncGamers.com Fable III Reveal “Is Really Going To Upset People”
Play.tm Fable 3 set for Christmas 2010
Reviews van de game zie de spoiler:
Take your time with it and Fable 3 is one of the most lovingly created RPG experiences around. Fable 3 looks and feels great in almost every department. The new additions and tweaks are still genuinely refreshing. The map is a godsend, the sanctuary a revelation, the visuals warm and welcoming, the story, well told and the characters the most charming you’ll come across. The experience is as plentiful as you want it to be, yet short for others. That doesn’t stop it being a must-have for Fable fans. Fable 3 is still one of the best RPG experiences around
You could drone on and on about the intricate details of this game, how you’ll visit familiar places, see familiar faces and be a part of some ridiculously inventive quests along the way but it’s easier sign off by stating what should by now be obvious; Lionhead studios have created a masterpiece and, whilst it does have some minor imperfections, it’s as close to a perfect adventure game as you’re likely to find nowadays
The replay value of this game is endless and fun. Once you beat the game there is a lot of side quest still to finish, money to be earned, and joining people in Co-Op adds to the fun. If you enjoy joining someone’s game killing an entire town and then leave.
The gripping plot, excellent voice talent, smart humour and slick controls have all managed to keep my attention to the point where I am going 'okay, just 1 more chapter...' for the tenth time at 3am in the morning. This has always been my acid test for a great game, and Fable III certainly passes muster. Overall this a cracking game that, if it weren't for few minor niggles, would get a perfect score
Lionhead Studios has created a game that not only RPG fans will love but one that all action adventurers should love as well. Beautiful art styles, loveable characters, and injected humor throughout the game make an epic tale in itself, but it’s the fact that you will mold this tale into your own story is what makes the game so unique. Fable III offers up everything one could want in a game and more and should offer plenty of replayability not only because of co-op play but the fact that you can make so many different decisions along the way throughout the entire game. You are in control of your own destiny with Fable III and the fate of Albion lies on your shoulders. How will you rule your land?
+ Improved Co-op Play
+ Challeges your morality
+ Engrossing and gripping experience
Fable III pushes the idea of the second game that little bit further, challenging players to prove their worth as a ruler. But not only that gives you a great deal of freedom on how you do it making it an even more engrossing experience that is hard to put down once the story and world of Albion grabs you.
Superb voice acting
Genuinely mature moral choices
Combat honed to a fine art
A real challenge
A 25+ hour masterpiece, Fable III is the sum of Lionhead's ambition to make a truly groundbreaking game. Funny, inventive, polished and masterfully told, it's a game hampered by only a few minor qualms, and an absolutely essential purchase.
So, has Fable III lived up to its predecessor? Yes, it has. It’s a stunningly beautiful role-playing game
that’s unparalleled in depth. Packed with an immersing story to keep you locked to your controller for however
long you choose to play, it’s backed up with some excellent side questions that add a lot of extra gaming time onto it.
Do the slight combat problems take away from the game? Ever so slightly, but it doesn’t stop the game from setting the
role-playing game bar higher than it’s ever been on the 360.
Fable III represents the pinnacle of British-made game development. A stunning achievement
Spong: "A wise man on a comedy sketch programme called The Fast Show once said, “I love being King. It really is the best job in the world!” After playing Fable III to the death, I can only agree with that sentiment
Fable III is a truly great sequel – lush graphics, full of humour and coated with the fantastic British sheen that only Molyneux can deliver. The attempt to refresh the series with a brilliant strategy-sim concept is stunted by Lionhead's inability to flesh it out post-story. You'll play this for ages, and love every second of it too, but by the time you get to the truly special part you'll want to avoid reaching the very swift conclusion for as long as possible.
With Fable III, Lionhead have finally achieved the perfect balance through offering their most impressive script streamlined through a quantity of refined features that provide a core experience where your very morals are repeatedly put to the test. Fulfilling promises made since the series’ conception, players are now able to truly shape the very kingdom that they traverse - an accomplishment that makes the title one of the most compelling and rewarding additions to the Xbox 360 library this year.
- The best Fable yet
- Thoroughly entertaining quests
- More elegant RPG systems
- Choices with consequence
There is much more to Fable III, but I want you to find out for yourself, to play the game is much more than words can describe. Fable III has so much packed into it I could write a book, it’s there for you to find out, explore and enjoy the story and of course there are many ways to complete the story depending on the choices you make and the route you take, but don’t rush through, take your time and enjoy what this game has to offer. It is simpler to play and in parts frustrating but Fable III is definitely the best of the three and one which should be in every Xbox 360 user’s collection.
Beautiful world to wander through and explore
Excellent voicework that comments on what you're doing
The core quest is very serious and at times heart-hitting...
Even if you don't play Fable 3 more than once, you can expect about 20-25 hours to play through the core game, and anywhere from another 15-20 more if you decide that you want to see most of everything the game has to offer. But I'd recommend not charging straight through – go wander about and sniff the proverbial flowers and have fun exploring the world of Albion.
From raising a family, becoming a land baron, and even partnering up with friends locally or online, this is the most fully realized version of Albion yet. It’s a must-play for fans of adventure
Fable III has become the innovative third part people expected: a role-playing game for the masses, without a classic menu(!), featuring atmospheric environments and creative quests that tell the story of becoming a hero and dealing with the consequences of it and high expectations. Very moral decision-making meets a Sims-like fairytale
Fable III still won’t change the way RPGs are played, but it may change the way you view Fable as a franchise
And in Fable III you can do even more: adopt children, merge magical powers, take on moral decisions that
outweigh everything before them and become ruler of Albion. But behind all of these exciting options lies
an honest and interesting story, something that Fable 2 lacked, offering more reward in its many side quests
and their often amusing characters
Probably the best writing and acting in games right now
It's big, funny and clever
It will seriously put you through the emotional wringer
Fable III is also arrestingly beautiful, Albion’s vibrant, tumbledown character rendered slightly sharper and cleaner than before
The offline co-op is amazing now and no one can knock it anymore. The story is amazing and well written and game will simply make you wish that Fable IV was already announced, this Holiday Season Fable fans should pick up Fable III and lead Albion to revolution
The music is flawless for game, so is the voice acting by all the main characters…even yourself the Hero is heard for the first time.
One of the best looking games on the Xbox 360. Rich colourful world with great looking enemies and friends.
Fable 3 offers you more than any previous Fable game could have ever even dreamed of, in fact, dare I say it offers you an experience that very few RPGs can and ever will. A moving and passionate return to form, Fable 3 is the pinnacle of what heart and soul can create. An effigy to creation, Fable 3 is extraordinary
Fable III is certainly one of the best presented games this year, the sheer variety of beautiful landscapes you will travel through are a joy to behold, while the action itself never slows, with the game always keeping up without fail.
Consoles only have a handful of classic fantasy based RPG’s and Fable III has instantly became one of them. Don’t miss you out on the part you have to play in this tale.
+Fluidity of the new menu system
Take your time and enjoy the genteel pace and it’s ridiculously hard not to love. It’s a game full of soul and charm. It’s the comfort food of gaming. It’s just plain old smile inducingly wondrous.
I found Fable III to be a lot of fun, which is ultimately the most important thing you could ask of a game.
This is a massive game, and yet it remains accessible to gamers of all skill levels.
That in itself is a pretty special achievement. Tack on a solid combat system, an immersive world,
and decisions with real consequences, and you’ve got a game that just about anybody can enjoy.
Though Fable III doesn’t change the formula too much from what worked in Fable II, it’s a strong continuation of the series for Peter Molyneux and Lionhead Studios. It’s got great replay value, between the side quests and moral judgment calls, and the presentation, though not quite flawless, is truly fit for a king. Time to roll down the Road To Rule and see what kind of leader you truly are;
Many more RPGs will follow between now and whatever Lionhead does next with the series, but few if any will possess half as much heart, and most importantly, whatever else they have to offer, none will have Albion.
To enjoy a game to this extent despite flaws only serves to show how utterly compelling adventuring in Albion can be.
The walking menu is quite precious
Fable III is one of the best titles of the Fable franchise to date.
The Guild Seal
Unleash your heroic potential.
And So It Begins
Win the support of the Dwellers.
Win the support of the Swift Brigade.
Win the support of Bowerstone.
Win the support of Aurora.
The Ruler of Albion
Become the ruler of Albion.
This is where you *spoiler* the great, big *spoiler* and then it all *spoiler*.
Save The Princess!
Rescue the princess from the evil Baron.
Make sure Max and Sam get home in time for tea.
Help the celebrated thespians Lambert and Pinch put on the world's greatest play.
The Dark Sanctum
Reinstate an ancient, evil temple.
Establish the island of Driftwood.
Knight Jumps Chesty
Defeat Chesty at his own game.
Perform a royal judgement while dressed as a chicken.
Combine two gauntlets to cast a "woven" spell.
Cast all 15 possible spell combinations.
Kill enemies with melee, ranged and spell attacks.
Send an enemy flying into the air and kill him while he's airborne.
Gunning For Glory
Kill 500 enemies using firearms.
If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It
Kill 500 enemies using melee weapons.
Kill 500 enemies using magic.
Fully upgrade your Melee, Ranged, and Magic abilities on the Road to Rule.
You Can't Bring Me Down
Complete Fable III without being knocked out in combat.
My Weapon's Better Than Yours
Complete 3 unique upgrades on one of the legendary weapons found around Albion.
I Am The Keymaster
Collect all 50 Silver Keys and 4 Gold Keys.
Collect all 30 Auroran flowers.
Destroy all 50 gnomes.
Brightwall Book Club
Collect all 30 rare books for the Brightwall Academy.
Dig up 50 items.
We Need Guns, Lots Of Guns
Collect all 50 legendary weapons. They won’t all appear in your world, so trade with other Heroes!
Collect every item of clothing.
He's a Woman. She's a Man
Wear a full set of clothing intended for the opposite sex.
Dye Hippie, Dye
Dye each part of an outfit you're wearing a different colour and have long hair.
Hand in Hand
Hold hands with someone.
Long Distance Relationship
Get married to another Xbox LIVE player.
Have a child with another Xbox LIVE player.
Enter into a business partnership with another Xbox LIVE player.
Barrel of Laughs
Kill 30 enemies with explosive barrels.
We Can Be Heroes
Earn 1,000 gold in henchman wages in another Hero's world.
Score 2000 on the Mourningwood Fort mortar game.
Lute Hero Tour
Play in each town as a 5 star lute player.
Touched By A Hero
Use touch expressions to interact with 20 different people.
Make 20 Friends.
Remodel 5 different houses by changing the furniture.
Build a property empire worth 2,000,000 gold.
Get a 15,000 gold bounty placed on your head.
As ruler of Albion, get married 6 times and kill 2 of your spouses.
Unlock all of the chests on the Road To Rule.
Save the maximum amount of Albion citizens.
Adopt Or Die
Adopt a child.
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