Now that Fable The Journey has been announced this is what Microsoft had to say about it.
rails on, fun off fable f off
i thought they'll be using their new engine and there was lag and slow paced like the enemies wait for some time bore they hit you and making it an FPS is not good
coming from a NINTENDO ONLY owner... this conference was cringe-worthingly casual...
Judging from the gameplay shown the game isn't all that impressive.
I thought the Gfx looked really good ... its a d*mn shame its kinect only... MS need to stop trying to implant kinect with every single game.....
sony and nintendo would literally have to not show up to do worse
Fable was never really good anyway....except for the lost chapters.
Really dissapointing. At first, I was excited. The fable games are extremely over-rated, and of course over hyped, but regardless I sincerely enjoyed Fable 1, and 2, and thought the 3rd was okay. At the beginning of the trailer I was excited. But when I saw the Kinect Only symbol I was like "damn. could care less about this game now." Screw kinect.
So an an RPG, Fable is dead right? Or at least this game can't be called an RPG. Also really confused at how they have a line like "A hero is no longer born but has to be made" and yet obviously start you off with magical powers? How does someone who needs a hero just happen to stumble upon such a person if if it wasn't predestined?
Must have been the shortest speech I've ever seen from Molyneux, first time he didn't promise a million things that would revolutionize the gaming industry..sadly the game looks worse than Fable 3 and that's a bad game already...on rails really?
Man n4g is full of cynical pricks, I thought it looked good and I thought microsofts conference was excellent, in your face you miserable scum.
You must fall in their target demographic... 5-10.
I'm done buying Peter's promises just as the franchise is officially done trying to be a rpg. It's a shame.
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