Fable The Journey Review

Fable: The Journey Developer: Lionhead Studios Publisher: Microsoft Studios Platforms: Xbox 360 Release Date: October 9th, 2012 Price: $49.99 Available here OVERVIEW The gameplay premise behind the original Fable game was ambitious: to create a game that unlocked limitless, unrelenting possibilities, where no two play-throughs would ever be the same. Sufficed to say, the original claim was vastly ...

Fable: The Journey Launch Trailer

The latest addition to the Fable franchise has just been released to the public. This particular entry is in the form of a Kinect title and is set 50 years after Fable 3. While some gamers may be against this change of direction for the series, it is good to see that Lionhead are trying new angles for the title. Each Fable release so far has been met with mixed reactions all across the board, but ...

Final “Fable: The Journey” Documentary – Before and After the Magic

While the shelves will be stocked on October 9th with Fable: The Journey, Lionhead Studios has but one final video documentary for your viewing pleasure. This last video shows the reactions of play testers experiencing the hands-on Kinect gameplay at this year’s Comic Con. As you will see in the video below, the main focus is game visuals and player interactions. The common analysis given is...

Fable: The Journey getting a demo before release

It seems that the Kinect-only Fable: The “totally not on-rails” Journey will be given a demo before the title’s October release date. Today Microsoft and Lionhead studios revealed that the demo for the game will hit the Xbox 360 on September 17th. To commemorate this demo date announcement the studios also revealed the first in a series of “ViDocs” which will detail s...

Fable: The Journey gets a new E3 Trailer

Last year at this time, we really didn’t know what to think of the Fable: The Journey clip that Microsoft had on display. We seen a few hands slap together, magic executed, and that famous narrator chime in, but other than that, a lot of us were left scratching our heads if the game was on rails. A huge debacle followed, but now it looks like that Peter Molyneux was actually right. Fable: Th...

Fable Heroes Review

Fable Heroes Developer: Lionhead Studios Publisher: Microsoft Studios Platforms: Xbox 360 Release Date: May 2nd, 2012 Price:  800 MSP ($10.00 USD) Get it Here Overview Fable Heroes is billed as “an action-packed hack-and-slash adventure” in the tradition of the Gauntlet series of games. Priced at an attractive 800 MSP on Xbox Live Arcade, Fable Heroes is pitched towards those looking for a family ...

Peter Molyneux leaves Microsoft and LionHead; founds 22 cans

Peter Molyneux has had a rough time of things over the last year. He has most likely had to completely recreate Fable: The Journey ever since it was shown off at E3 2011 and was criticized heavily for the fact that the game would be on-rails. Within hours after his presentation he immediately began damage control by saying it would not be on rails and everything else under the sun, however since t...

New information for Fable: The Journey Emerges on Xbox.com

I think everyone remembers the whole “on rails” E3 fiasco that Fable: The Journey went through last year, and since then, we have heard very little about the game itself or any information about how this Kinect title will actually control. Luckily, Microsoft seem to be ready to share some tidbits and have went as far to create a home page for Fable: The Journey on Xbox.com. On the page...

Fable 4 to be released in 2013?

In yet another reveal from the Official Xbox Magazine today, it seems that Peter Molyneux and the folks at Lionhead have been working on another title pertaining to the Fable franchise besides their “not on rails” rail shooter Fable: The Journey. CVG reports that the magazine says “Look for the Fable cycle to continue with a proper, controller-based Fable IV in 2013.” With ...

Fable: The Journey will have no melee or guns for a reason says Molyneux

You know after the massive amount of effort Peter Molyneux put into his stance that Fable: The Journey would not be an on-rails game, this is the exact opposite thing to say. In an interview with OXM he stated that there would not be melee or gun usage in the game as there was no feedback provided to the player when they are playing with the Kinect. Molyneux says that the human brain itself is ...

Fable: The Journey demo was only four months old says Molyneux

Lets face it, the E3 demo for Fable: The Journey was most likely the weakest showing of the entire Microsoft press conference. Fable fans were appalled, those in attendance fell asleep and Peter Molyneux has been all over the board trying to explain why Fable: The Journey was such a disappointment. First having to counter the fact that Fable: The Journey isn’t actually on rails (despite it t...

Peter Molyneux’s E3 badge up for sale with proceeds going to Child’s Play

If you weren’t able to attend E3 this year then you shouldn’t feel so bad. But if you really want to have a badge of your own why not make it an expensive one? So expensive in fact it is over a $103 at the moment on eBay. This isn’t just any badge however, this is Peter Molyneux’s badge that he wore during the entirety of E3 itself. The badge was given to Eggplante! and is ...

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