If Lionhead put half the effort into the game as they did on the last third then maybe the score would be different, Xboxer 360 just hopes that gamers will reach the final third of the game despite all of the flaws the game presents.
This from a 360 site, is it safe to criticize the game now without being called a troll?
Not on this site
Are you criticizing a game you have played, or just criticizing it based on reviews? @Mr Bun Your crazy, you get praised if you criticize any 360 software/hardware on this site.
... Really? Ok.. let us see, Kinect Sucks. Edit: Omg, It's true! You do get praised.. Interesting :D
Keep the dream alive buddy. Keep running around saying PS3 fanboys run this site. FANBOYS run this site in general. If it was mostly PS3 fanboys there wouldn't be Kinect articles for every other article. Same goes with 360 fans and Move articles. There are plenty of anti-PS3 guys with one bubbles just like there are anti-MS guys with one bubble. Give up the pity me party attempt.
Well that's basically what happens when telegram the attack, the strategy changes.
Your just as crazy as Mr Bun. Also, all praise enkei creator of all that is holy.
They are also x360 fans wanting to prove SmokexFFx point that pressed agree.
Playstation Move SUCKS
I don't ever recall people calling others trolls for criticizing the game. Besides it came out yesterday, so there isn't much for people to go on yet, unless they were actually trolling. Most people have expressed disappointment and from what I've seen people have been pretty passive over it. I assume it's because the game has barely gotten much hype around here. The reviews additionally have been a mixed bag of 80s, 90s, and 60-70s
I think this game got a fair amount of hype but not to the levels of the previous Fable games for sure. I have seen very varying scores but the overall consensus is that the game gives you little emotional connection to its story and characters with little consequences until the last 3rd of the game. I dislike the limited conversation options I really hate that dumb farting and chicken dance crap , I mean I'm a badass and I resort to playing the fool not by choice but design. I was worried about the removal of the combat experience points and the mission based skills gain but it seems ok. One thing is universal in all reviews is the graphical design and that's good news, I always thought fable 2 graphics were sub par at best good to see they reworked it. I hope its released for PC soon I'm thinking I'll pick this up.
why dont you play it first and then maybe people might respect your opinion and thus avoid being called a troll
game-ur...no not on this site... we own all the consoles and the only way you will not be criticized is only post happy comments or be neutral... the blind DAs are just a bunch of fanboy whimps... Fable just didnt turn out to be the game we all wanted. I preordered it and will wait till it hits the bargin bin. Even the positive reviews clearly point out the problems with the game..
...and that is in the graphics. I expect more from Lionhead and Peter Molyneux. I paid $80 for the game and Honestly, the game just doesn't cut it in the graphics department. I'm a fan of Peter Molyneux but the game needs a new and improved game engine. With games like Rage, RDR...etc...the bar has been raised and frankly, Lionhead needs to upgrade and fast. Maybe they were distracted by Kinect but the graphics actually look a little worse than Fable 2.
No way it looks WAY WAY WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYYY better then Fable 2 especially the faces
One thing i must say about this game as fun as it has been so far, the thing about your sword morphing and changing and being unique to your fighting style and you as a whole is not true at all. The only time my sword changes is when i upgrade my melee skill and so far all the stages of my swords development look identical to the swords shown in trailers and demo's of the game.
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