Submitted by BrashGames 1035d ago | opinion piece

Fable: The Journey – A Successful Proof of Concept

Brash Games writes "As great game as Fable: The Journey is (and it is great), it’s let down constantly by the lack of accuracy inherent within the Kinect tech, but as I said; rather than cursing the game or the concept, I, for the first time while playing a ‘core’ Kinect game, simply wished for superior Kinect technology. As far as I’m concerned, despite its limitations, Fable: The Journey works brilliantly as a proof of concept for Kinect". (Fable: The Journey, Xbox 360)

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