There are plenty of big names on Fable 3's cast list to entice you into buying the game from John Cleese to Michael Fassbender. Fans of the series will love running around Albion once more and there's plenty of action to be had even if the story's a little bit on the short side. ShopTo are currently parting with Xbox 360 copies of the game for £7.85, which should make you a saving of over £2 on the next best offers out there. Thanks to justabout72 @ HUKD.
This latest offer from Zavvi brings the latest instalment of the Fable series to under £8, which will save you a few quid over the next best alternative retailers.
The third adventure in Albion felt like a shorter affair (as well as a little lacklustre) and the one-button combat felt rather clunky at times (especially ranged combat.) However, the addictive nature of the gameplay, graphical polish of the wonderful art-style, and the return of usual Lionhead charm make it an enjoyable experience at under a tenner, especially for fans of the series who have yet to give it a go. Thanks to djmetsandy @ HUKD!
With the voucher code provided above you can get hold of the latest instalment of the Fable franchise for just under £9, which will save you a few quid over the next best alternative retailers.
The third adventure in Albion felt like a shorter affair (as well as a little lacklustre) and the one-button combat felt rather clunky at times (especially ranged combat.) However, the addictive nature of the gameplay, graphical polish of the wonderful art-style, and the return of usual Lionhead charm make it an enjoyable experience at under a tenner, especially for fans of the series who have yet to give it a go. Thanks to BBryce @ HUKD!
Fable III is, erm, not bad at all. It's a lengthy adventure packed with solid combat and loads of stuff to do... but there's a good chance you'll fail to engage with the experience because Molyneux has failed to make Albion an interesting place to be for three games in a row. Great value, but like Lidl value margarine, chances are you won't want to eat too much of it in one go.
On the other hand, maybe we should stop buying into the franchise so that Peter, in desperation, is forced to make another Black & White game?
The PC version of Fable III finally released earlier this year, and it has taken just under 3 months for it to fall below the magic £10 mark. While Amazon have price matched this offer, their lack of stock means you will be waiting over a week at minimum. As such, the immediate offer from Game will save you a fiver over the next cheapest deals at its fellow retailers of Gameplay and Gamestation. At a tenner I would say it is worth a look, especially if you are a fan of the series who has held off so far. The story may be short (and a little lacklustre) and the one-button combat may be clunky at times, but it has the usual addictive gameplay with graphical polish which will look impressive on upgraded rigs. Thanks to Kodoku @ HUKD!
Fable III on PC is... the third Fable game. On PC. What more is there to say? It's got great one-button combat, cutesy artwork, awful voice acting and nowhere near enough story to make it genuinely interesting. The graphics have received an overhaul, and it looks fairly decent on a good rig. Despite being ultimately underwhelming, it's still very addictive, and fans of the series will probably make the most of it.
Fable III is... the third Fable game. What more is there to say? It's got great one-button combat, cutesy artwork, awful voice acting and not quite enough story to make it genuinely interesting. It's still very addictive, though, and fans of the series will probably make the most of it.
Boasting an all-star cast of voice actors - from John Cleese to Simon Pegg - and charting your own rise to prominence from lowly rebel to eventual king, Fable 3 is a game with big ideas and a generous dollop of British humor. It's just a pity it all feels so very dated now. It's by no means a bad game; in fact, it's taken many strides forward, especially in the combat department which is now on par with most dungeon crawlers. But the storytelling, the tech and the general design is starting to creak quite loudly. It's only £14.85 at Simply Games, though, saving you a few quid on the next best offer.
Thanks to kuku999 over at HUKD for bringing this deal to our attention!
Lionhead’s Action RPG is approaching its PC release date, and if you’re interested in taking the action to Albion on your PC this deal should be worth a look. If at the checkout you enter Direct2Drive’s pay day voucher code ‘ROYALFLUSH’ you can net yourself a saving of over £5. So, what has changed from the console version? Reports are that it will contain polish to the graphics engine, optimised combat controls and improved difficulty. In addition it will contain all of the DLC that has been released so far for Xbox 360 players, making it a complete offering for those that have held off purchasing the game so far.
Here's a deal if you're looking to update your old 360 and grab a pretty good game in the process, in fact I wish I'd waited and not rushed ahead and updated mine a couple of months ago! The £159 price tag should make you a saving of almost £11 if you're grabbing the console with Fable 3, and almost £9 if you're a Halo fan, so get yourself down to Currys whilst stocks last! Thanks to flasm1 @ HUKD.