I have really been trying to get my thoughts together to review Fable III. Or, you know, actually play it to completion.
I'm failing at it. See, I'd like to focus on at least some positives in my review, even if I dislike the game. I've found one that I can clearly identify, and here it is:
You can sometimes finish off enemies in a cool way.
That's it. What it means, is for example, you might have a Hobbe swallow your arm up to the shoulder while holding a gun. So you pull the trigger. I have to admit to liking that quite a bit, but it doesn't go far enough to quash my frustration at this heap of steaming crap.
This is Fable. The game that's meant to be engaging, not too serious, but engrossing and with a sense of humour. I love Fable The Lost Chapters. I was thrilled at the way Fable II somehow managed to draw you in even further. The secret of the game's success, in my opinion, was that they put some effort into emotionally connecting you to the char ...