Fable: The Journey

Global Total as of 28th Oct 2017 (units): 0.29m
Platform: Xbox 360
Developer: Lionhead Studios Genre: Role-Playing

Total Units

North America: 0.19m 64.9%
+ Europe: 0.08m 26.6%
+ Rest of the World: 0.02m 8.4%
= Global 0.29m

Release History

Fable: The Journey Microsoft Game StudiosNorth America09th October 2012Retail
Fable: The Journey Microsoft Game StudiosJapan11th October 2012Retail
Fable: The Journey Microsoft Game StudiosEurope12th October 2012Retail

Game Overview

Fable: The Journey is an action role-playing game developed by Lionhead Studios for Xbox 360. It is the fifth installment in the Fable series and uses the Kinect to allow players to manipulate magic in order to defeat enemies.

Set fifty years after the events of Fable III, the game takes place throughout large portions of Albion and reflect choices made in a Fable III save file. The player controls Gabriel, who has been separated from his tribe, as he journeys with Theresa, a girl wounded by a darkness called The Corruption, as they make their way to the Tattered Spire to restore her power.

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Kresnik (on 03 February 2014)
Didn't realise this had sold so badly
until now. Was checking the sales of
the Fable games to get a ballpark figure
for Anniversary and yeah, this throws a
spanner in the works.

Made me think
of Sorcery, another flop of a motion
control-only game.
Mr Puggsly (on 15 January 2013)
Yeesh, I guess this game was a massive
flop after all.

Its not a bad game
though. They should bundle the crap out
of it or re-release with joystick
support! Its really just a rail shooter.
oniyide (on 04 November 2012)
I dont know, before i would have agreed
with Mr. Pugsly. But the game didnt even
chart this week. the FIRST Kinect Sports
outsold it, hell BAND HERO for some
reason sold more. They are going to
bundle the crap out of it, or drop the
Mr Puggsly (on 28 October 2012)
@ hunter_alien - I'm just waiting for
the holidays before I call this a bomb.
It hasn't even taken advantage of the
Kinect's holiday boost.
hunter_alien (on 26 October 2012)
@Mr Puggsly: not that it matters. Both
games bombed HARD. Hell its a bigger
shame for F:TJ, mainly because its on a
more popular peripheral and its part of
an established brand ;-)
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