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Submitted by mathsman 742d ago | review

In-depth Review: Fable: The Journey - Electronic Theatre

Both the Kinect full-body motion-control device and Fable: The Journey have had a rough time amongst the core gaming audience. While on the one hand Kinect has suffered considerably under the weight of poorly conceived and rushed development cycles for many titles, it has had the benefit of providing some truly unique gameplay experiences. Fable: The Journey on the other hand is a brand new property, unknown to all but the few who have managed to gain access to the final build prior to release. It’s true that both have their issues, but to suggest that Fable: The Journey is anything less than an enjoyable and unique videogame experience is simply a shameful untruth. (Fable: The Journey, Xbox 360) 73/100

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