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Fable Heroes Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Fable Heroes
Game Description:Fable Heroes is an action-packed, hack-and-slash adventure built for Xbox LIVE Arcade. It delivers a fresh spin on the Fable franchise with a unique art style and gameplay that takes playful competition to the next level, with four-player multiplayer time trials and leaderboards on Xbox LIVE.* Whether on the couch or using Xbox LIVE co-op, players work together to defeat enemies while also competing with one another to collect gold coins and level up.
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Fable Heroes Videos

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  • Fable Heroes Review

    Posted: July 5, 2012 | 2,051 Views | 02:33

    The popular Fable universe now comes with a mini game! Fable Heroes lets fan hack and slash their way through the magical world but find out why you shouldn't expect too much in features like the...


  • Fable Heroes Launch Trailer

    Posted: May 2, 2012 | 1,034 Views | 01:16

    Lionhead Studios released a fresh spin on the world of Albion that Fable fans have come to know and love. Check out the launch trailer for Fable Heroes.


 


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