Strong and varied artistic design.
Lots to see and do.
Road to Rule system makes for a refreshingly unique take on levelling up.
The Sanctuary essentially a menu given physical form in the game world makes a player’s inventory more tangible.
Playing as a monarch in the final act is original.
Lack of interesting moral choices.
No emotional connection to any characters.
Keyboard controls are awkward.
Lack of menus may be jarring for veteran RPG players.
Repetitive interactions with non-player characters are all but necessary in order to grow your hero.
By Blogcritics on April 15, 2013
Fable 3 is a symbol of everything wrong with the game industry. It is visually stunning and high budget, but the gameplay is just bad. The game has a broken battle system in which melee weapons are very weak when compared to magic or guns, while in...40
By GameZone on June 21, 2011
Understone Quest Pack (400MSP) The first and cheapest pack is also, not surprisingly, the shortest. The premise is simple: a factory owner in Bowerstone Industrial is hearing voices in his factory, and he enlists you, the King (or Queen), to...20
By NZGamer on June 02, 2011
Im always slightly shocked when I come across something really silly in a game with otherwise serious production values - after all, the game industry is big business, with massive budgets poured into spangly titles. Are developers really going to...85
By PC Gamer on May 31, 2011
An acceptable, lighthearted RPG that’s often too simple, too staid and too black and white to be much...65
By GameSpot on May 20, 2011
Fable III lands on the PC with graphical enhancements and tougher combat, but simplified gameplay and a lack of moral choices still distract from the...70
By Neoseeker on May 18, 2011
Some don't know it, but Lionhead Studios started out on the PC back in 2001 one with god game Black & White before moving on to the now established Fable franchise. Fable was a hit on the Xbox, and its later released PC version -- known as Fable:...70
By PC Advisor on May 18, 2011
Despite key improvements in several areas, Fable III isn't quite the masterpiece that Lionhead keeps promising. The game's unconventional structure, while ambitious, ultimately compromises the player experience....80
By NowGamer on May 17, 2011
Fable III is a charming and hugely enjoyable game, so if you've been saving yourself for the PC version then with all the extra content being given gratis, you won't be disappointed. 8.8/10Print this pageComments (0)Share this pageNoticed...88
By Gaming Age on May 17, 2011
Fable III is a decent enough game. Games for Windows, however, is a piece of crap. Now let me stop you before you say something like, 'it really isn't that bad, is it?' because it is that bad. In fact, as good as Fable III for PC is (I liked...77
By IGN Gear on May 17, 2011
In Fable III you can be king. You quest through a fantasy countryside gathering support to overthrow a vile ruler, take the crown, then strike a balance between fulfilling promises made to supporters and the overall safety of Albion. It's a pretty...60