Orange: The Fable games absolutely ooze cosy, good-humoured Britishness. Thanks to the fantasy settings, funny townsfolk a metric ton of moral decisions and little side quests, it’s an RPG fan’s baby bear's porridge of a series. Fable III does nothing to diminish this reputation - but neither does it build upon it, or bring much new to the genre. In a time when companies such as BioWare and Bethesda are bringing the Western role-playing genre on in leaps and bounds with games like Mass Effect 2 and Fallout 3, Fable III only just manages to keep up, using a combination of charm and accessibility. But you should never underestimate the worth of charm in a game.