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Submitted by combocaster 934d ago | review

Fable The Journey Review (www.ComboCaster.com)

There is much to like in Fable: The Journey. The animation quality is great, the story is well written, and the voice work is fantastic. Sometimes, the game offers an emotion that is very attractive, however the move to Kinect meant that this new Fable unable to compete with the older games in the series.
In Fable I, II and III, Peter Molyneux and his team at Lionhead Studios created three hybrid between action games and RPGs that were charming, intelligent and unique. Sure, they were uneven, but they have not fulfilled promises Molyneaux. But I played each one, with vigor and enthusiasm.
Fable: The Journey is not fun. It has locations in Albion, which used to be a fun place to visit, but almost everything was nice not so in The Journey. Forget roam the field, interacting with crazy characters, and see their choices affect the world around you. This time, the journey is a straight line and their actions have no repercussions. (Fable: The Journey, Xbox 360) 7/10

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