Disappointed by Fable III? Even series creator Peter Molyneux now admits in an interview with Develop that "Fable III was a trainwreck". It's a good read if you want to see where it all went wrong.
What appeared to be a glitch earlier this morning is now intentional: Fable III is completely free for Xbox Live Gold subscribers (probably to promote the original game's HD re-release later this year). Just go to the title in the On Demand section of the Marketplace and you'll find it there for download. The game is…
We're getting reports from readers that Fable III is currently available for free on Xbox Live.
Just like cats, man's best friend is a returning character in every genre. We've selected those video game dogs—from games both old and new—which are usually portrayed as companions; sidekicks who can both help us with minor tasks and save our asses in difficult situations.
Emrah Elmasli is a Turkish concept artist who now resides in the UK, where he's done a ton of concept art for the last few games in the Fable series.
Starting today, and for a limited time, an Xbox 360 bundle will go on sale in Canada that is, well, better than any other I've ever seen for the console.
Mike McCarthy, of Lionhead Studios, has for many a year now been working on the Fable series, bringing us some of the weirdest and most wonderful characters going around.
With experience on both the PC and Xbox 360, Fable studio Lionhead is well aware of the pitfalls of both platforms. And feels one pitfall is deeper than the other.
Fable III's PC version has been dated and, surprisingly, it's going to be available via Steam.
For those of you still excited at the prospect of playing Fable III on the PC after its long delays and, well, complete lack of cohesion, here are its system specs.
Game designer Peter Molyneux, he of Populous, Fable, Black & White, Kinect's Project Milo and lots of really great promises, won a lifetime achievement award at the Game Developers Conference this week.
Only the best-dressed adventurer will survive the three new levels for Fable III in Traitor's Keep, the new downloadable content pack coming to the Xbox 360 on March 1.
In today's silent-but-deadly episode of Speak-Up on Kotaku, commenter Inspector-Jones quietly sings the praises of video game characters that have nothing to say.
The Fable series may be known best for its wild ambition, but the Windows Phone 7 spin-off keeps things perfectly simple. This is Fable: Coin Golf.
We already knew that Fable III is coming to the computer, but Microsoft wanted to put worrying minds to rest but showing the game off in action at the Consumer Electronics Show today.
And the German Shepard and the Doberman. But be honest, all you really care about is adding a poodle to your Fable III adventuring, right?
You've staged a revolution, you've saved the day. Now journey below Fable III's Bowerstone to discover the source of an enigmatic voice. Shame there isn't much to solve, other than why this Fable add-on is so half-baked.
It's a valid question. After all, the Xbox 360 version is out, while the PC version is not, and does not even have a release date.
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