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Raw DLC: Fable III review

Fuck you Molyneux Syndrome. There, I said it and I’m not sorry. In 2008, with Fable II, you promised me the world, boasting a new level of co-operative play and expansive combat, and like pulling a fake number from that supermodel at the bar, I believed you, only to be ultimately let down. Now as 2010 draws to a close, you come spouting the same lines, assuring me that the premature ejaculation known as Fable II has had a solid dose of Viagra, and now with more staying power, the new improved version can go the distance. While that may indeed be the case, I’m not sure if what I’m playing is an action adventure title, RPG or just some slant on The Sims.

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