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Fable 3 Previews - Xbox 360

Game Description: Of Fable 3: "What would you sacrifice to secure the crown of Albion? " This is the question that players will have to answer as the king or queen of a kingdom in peril in the third installment in the acclaimed Lionhead Studios franchise.
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Fable 3 Previews

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    Preview: Peter Molyneux on Fable III

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    Famed game designer Peter Molyneux talks to us about the announcement of 'Fable III' at this year's GamesCom. Molyneux gives an overview of 'Fable III', the game's storyline and explains why it's not easy being the king.

    Posted: Aug 31, 2009 | 5,957 Views | 01:54


  • Fable III Review

    Posted: November 2, 2010

    37,650 Views | 03:43

  • Talkabouts: Fable 3

    Posted: October 28, 2010

    13,957 Views | 17:33

  • Feedback -- Rockin' Fable BlizzCon Edition

    Posted: October 27, 2010

    24,947 Views | 50:19

  • Fable III with Adam Sessler

    Posted: October 27, 2010

    12,176 Views | 04:36

  • Sessler's Soapbox: War of the Open Worlds

    Posted: October 26, 2010

    39,518 Views | 05:13

 


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