Though I love open world RPG games, for some reason I just couldn't get into Fable 2 or 3. Part of the reason was because of the stupid gestures that you do in it and the other was that it seemed kind of boring. It looks good and sound goods but doesn't actually play to my expectations. I think my major turn-off of Fable 3 was the limited playability after you become king.
Fable III Josh Atkins Interview
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- Feb 24, 2011
Josh Atkins tells Tom McShea about Traitor's Keep in this interview.
ehh, i loved the original fable. So classic, when fable 2 rolled around they really didnt do anything to make the game better and was sluggish in gameplay. Fable 3, man, they dropped the ball on that one. Which is why i was so relieved i just rented it.
@McBoogerballz Agreed. Fable III was by far the most disappointing of all the Fable games. I MIGHT get it for PC though even though I already sold it on my 360. Haha. :P