Fable III

Global Total as of 19th Jul 2014 (units): 0.26m
Platform: Microsoft WindowsAlso on: Xbox 360
Developer: Lionhead Studios Genre: Role-Playing

Total Units

North America: 0.06m 24.8%
+ Europe: 0.15m 57.1%
+ Rest of the World: 0.05m 18.1%
= Global 0.26m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
Fable III Microsoft Game StudiosNorth America17th May 2011Retail
Fable III Microsoft Game StudiosJapan20th May 2011Retail
Fable III Microsoft Game StudiosEurope20th May 2011Retail

Game Overview

Fable III is set 50 years after the events of Fable II. The game is set on the fictional continent of Albion, which is entering the age of industry. The King/Queen, the hero/player character of Fable II, has died and left the Kingdom of Albion to their son, Logan (voiced by Michael Fassbender), the player's older brother. Some NPCs allude to how Logan has "changed" in the last four years of his rule, becoming excessively tyrannical. The player begins the game investigating rumours that Logan had a citizen of Albion executed, causing a group of citizens to protest. After the player character intervenes, Logan presents the player with the first of the game's numerous moral choices. The player is tasked with deciding whether the group of protesters are executed, or whether the player's love-interest is executed instead. Following the decision, the player escapes Logan's castle along with their mentor, Sir Walter Beck (Bernard Hill) and their butler, Jasper (John Cleese).

The player then, at the behest of Theresa (Zoe Wanamaker), the enigmatic Seeress of the Spire, starts to gather allies to aid in a revolution against Logan. The allies they gain include Sabine (Ben Kingsley), the leader of the "Dwellers", a nomadic community that lives in the mountains; Major Swift and Ben Finn (Simon Pegg) from the Royal Army in command of a remote fort; Page (Naomie Harris), the leader of the "Bowerstone Resistance"; and Kalin, the leader of Aurora, a desert land across the ocean. When attempting to gain the support of Kalin, the hero learns that a creature called the "Crawler, ruler of the Darkness," the forces of the Darkness which have already devastated Aurora, intends to exterminate all life in the Kingdom of Albion. It is revealed that Logan's reason for treating his people so harshly is to raise money for an army to defend against the Crawler.

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Comments

man-bear-pig (on 08 February 2013)
*game
man-bear-pig (on 08 February 2013)
*game
man-bear-pig (on 08 February 2013)
Underated gmae
Mr Puggsly (on 05 December 2011)
You're just too focused on piracy. Bear
in mind MS probably deals with more
piracy than any other company. Even if
people steal Fable 3, MS will survive.
This simple is probably already
profitable and will bring new fans to
the series. Just sleep tonight knowing
Fable 3 on the PC is not the end of the
world.
nilli (on 04 December 2011)
You have no idea how witcher 2 will do
long term in digital. It is already
pirated 4,5m times. Sure they might
sell more when they push it from steam
2$ a download but let me tell you that
is not what brings money to the devs
anymore. The first sales are crusial. I
have proof that at least couple of
persons I know would have most
definately pick Fable 3 up from a
bargain bin somewhere down the line if
it not were free on pc.
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