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USA Today Preview: Sit back and enjoy 'Fable: The Journey'

So far, game experiences fall into two categories: casual titles in which players stand in front of their TVs jumping and flailing like crazy to perform tasks; or "core" titles that often limit functionality to voice commands.

However, the next project from Lionhead Studios is quite different. Fable: The Journey is a "core" action adventure title built specifically for Kinect. Plus, players can actually sit back and relax. (Fable: The Journey, Xbox 360)

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