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Fable: The Journey Review | OXM UK

OXM UK: "Strong characters entertain throughout the game's uncharacteristically involving story, with sheer imagination turning those limited core systems into something just that little bit more magical. There are tears, laughter - and most importantly, the first successful stab at Kinect-enhanced immersion - as Fable: The Journey gallops toward its epic conclusion."

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sonicsidewinder1390d ago

"and most importantly, the first successful stab at Kinect-enhanced immersion"

Heh, it only took, what? 2 years?

Forgive me if I don't believe OXM's biased view.

dirigiblebill1390d ago

OK, you're forgiven. But don't do it again, or I'll set the dogs on you.

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aiBreeze1390d ago

So is this a biased review that should be ridiculed and the journalist strung up by his balls for interrogation or is this game actually something worth looking at?

dirigiblebill1389d ago

Prove it. Using actual, you know, proof, as opposed to "everybody knows that" or "my best friend says that" or "I disagree with XYZ review ergo CORRUPTION".

aPerson1389d ago (Edited 1389d ago )

And how exactly can I prove it? It's my opinion. Prove to me that it isn't a biased review.

According to Metacritic, the game has an average rating of 57/100 from critics. Official Xbox Magazine is going to give the game a positive review regardless of whether or not the game is any good. Why would they talk down an Xbox exclusive? Apply some common sense.

dirigiblebill1389d ago (Edited 1389d ago )

Nope - you made the original accusation, which means the burden of proof falls to yo' presumptuous ass. By all means play the game, dissect the reviewer's claims and make an informed judgement.

PS. Correlation is not causation.