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Fairytale Fights Previews - Xbox 360

Game Description: It's time for some sick and twisted fun in the form of Fairytale Fights, a new platformer in which players chose a familiar fairytale character and then attempt to save the world! Don't let this premise fool you, this game is not for kids. Running on the Unreal 3 engine, this title encourages player to slice up foes for a bloody twist to a familiar story.
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    Morgan Webb takes a look at the upcoming multiplatform brawler 'Fairtytale Fights'. Associate Producer Poria Torkan talks about the game's gruesome combat, the storyline, characters, the over 140 weapons, dynamic slicing, bonecrushing and liquid systems.

    Posted: Aug 20, 2009 | 3,192 Views | 02:22


  • Fairytale Fights Review

    Posted: October 30, 2009

    5,666 Views | 01:43

  • Fairytale Fights Launch Trailer

    Posted: October 23, 2009

    17,366 Views | 02:33

  • Fairytale Fights Interview

    Posted: October 20, 2009

    3,114 Views | 04:54

  • Fairytale Fights Environment Trailer

    Posted: September 24, 2009

    552 Views | 02:17

  • Fairytale Fights Fighting Fair Trailer

    Posted: September 3, 2009

    1,393 Views | 01:49

 


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