Ah Fable III it is like that last slice of Pizza that somehow gets left alone and you get to have it. But then you realize that your favorite toppings have already been picked off, but because you are really hungry, you don’t mind much.
That is Fable III.
So the story is that the guy from the Fable II, from 50 years ago is dead now and his elder son gets the Kingdom, elder son is also an asshole so he is the villain.
The younger one is a free minded spirit and thus the hero of this third entry. You could also create a female hero in this game entry, so ladies will be greatly attached to its great storyline and gaming experience as well.
The game is filled with hard to make choices that are either good choices or bad ones, the regular moral system. That only makes him either a good ruler or bad ruler in the kingdom’s eyes and not much of an effect on the game’s final result.
The gameplay is very fluid, it mimics the combat style of Pirates: Legend of The Black Buccaneer game.
The gaming experience is presented in a magical, fantasy fairy sort of England looking world, which is fun and adventurous we admit.
The music and graphics are always top notch. The first big part of the game of leading the revolution and defying the damn prick king (your brother) is the main them of that one and in the next one you get to chose between two moral choices against an oncoming sinister threat.
If you try to do the good one, it still makes it all feel like “WTF?” in the end, so with that in mind, we felt a bit like you know, how to put it tenderly…umm, a little outraged.
Except for that it is still one of the best games ever made.
Plus there are some seriously ass kicking voice acting by the likes of Ben Kingsley, Stephen Fry, Simon Pegg (Yay!), Naomie Harris, Michael Fassbender and many others, seriously it’s like they all mistook it to be a real film or something.
Developed by Lionhead Studios and published by Microsoft Game Studios, for X360 and PC. It was released in October 2010.
There is a dog in it, and we shit you not, he tags along with you the whole time doing dog things and other stuffs.
That is our answer to your question about the appeal of this game!