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Fable: The Journey Review | Digital Trends

Fable: The Journey threatens at every turn to be a great game. It’s simple and relatively straightforward in a lot of ways, but setting the story in the rich world of Albion that Lionhead Studios colored in its previous Fable outings proves to be the lynchpin that holds everything together. The story, the writing, the performances, the presentation as a whole hits a peak within Lionhead’s catalog. It’s just too bad that the Kinecct technology doesn’t measure up. (Fable: The Journey, Xbox 360) 7/10

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