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this shud be good. but i swear fable 1 & 2 were pretty similar like the story had so many similarities.
 

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My excitement for this game fell off after Fable 2. I felt like F2 was the same exact thing. The story lines and gameplay dont really grab my attention. But I'll eventually play a used copy.
 

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My excitement for this game fell off after Fable 2. I felt like F2 was the same exact thing. The story lines and gameplay dont really grab my attention. But I'll eventually play a used copy.
Yeah, I played the original Fable and liked it, but I was expecting the second one to be so much better. After a while Fable 2 got extremely repetitive. Once I leveled up my player all the way, I lost interest. It was a pretty good game, but Peter Molyneux just sets you up for disappointment by over-promising and hyping the game up so much. Putting all that aside, I'll probably play Fable 3 just for the sake of completion.
 

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I just pre-ordered the Limited edition on 360.  And i created a villager that will be put into the game!!! Im excited.
 

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It looks fantastic. The co-op improvements are really what makes the game so much more appealing. Fable II multiplayer was a joke.
 

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It looks fantastic. The co-op improvements are really what makes the game so much more appealing. Fable II multiplayer was a joke.
My 360 died before I even tried to play online. But I played couch co-op with my brother, lack of split screen is laame.

What's improved in co-op for Fable III anyway? The only thing I've seen the devs hype up in interviews is the ability to trade weapons.. which isn't that exciting IMO.
 

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What's improved in co-op for Fable III anyway? The only thing I've seen the devs hype up in interviews is the ability to trade weapons.. which isn't that exciting IMO.
In Fable II players were restricted to being on the same screen in multiplayer and the guest had to use a henchman and pre-determined weapons. In Fable III players interact with their characters on their own individual screens (Which is why split-screen was removed) and use their own heroes with 100% of their weapons, even their dog, etc. It's basically everything that people expected the multiplayer of Fable II to be.
 
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