History YMMV / FableIII

16th May '17 4:57:06 PM Antronach
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* PortingDisaster: The PC port is tied to Games for Windows, even if you bought it from Steam, not that it's available for download anymore.

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* PortingDisaster: The PC port is tied to Games for Windows, Windows Live, even if you bought it from Steam, not that it's available for download anymore. This means the [=DLC=] is broken and the saves from before the delisting are more likely corrupted.
16th May '17 3:43:23 PM Antronach
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* PortingDisaster: The PC port is tied to Games for Windows, even if you bought it from Steam, not that it's available for download anymore.



* ToughActToFollow: The game still got favorable reviews, but a common complaint is how downgraded it felt compared to ''VideoGame/FableII'''s game mechanic.

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* ToughActToFollow: The game still got favorable reviews, but a common complaint is how downgraded it felt compared to ''VideoGame/FableII'''s game mechanic.mechanics.
5th Nov '16 1:40:20 PM Silverblade2
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Once the Hero becomes king/queen, there is very little interaction or character development (either for themselves or the supporting characters). Sparing [[spoiler: Logan]] changes the dialogue very little, with no unique scenes despite him being a [[spoiler: deposed and despised king working with the new monarch]]. Page takes no action against you except complain and refuse to help, if you turn into a tyrant. Walter shows little sign of [[spoiler: corruption or PTSD]] as the Crawler's arrival draws nearer. Reaver has little input outside of suggesting evil/pragmatic choices in judgement scenes, despite being a Hero and having connections to Shadow/Logan/Sparrow. Nothing much happens with Sabine or Kalin regardless of your rulings on their people. Outside of one sidequest, Elliot/Elise have no role in the story and no other 'main' characters are marriable.



** TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Likewise, once the Hero becomes king/queen, there is very little interaction or character development (either for themselves or the supporting characters). Sparing [[spoiler: Logan]] changes the dialogue very little, with no unique scenes despite him being a [[spoiler: deposed and despised king working with the new monarch]]. Page takes no action against you except complain and refuse to help, if you turn into a tyrant. Walter shows little sign of [[spoiler: corruption or PTSD]] as the Crawler's arrival draws nearer. Reaver has little input outside of suggesting evil/pragmatic choices in judgement scenes, despite being a Hero and having connections to Shadow/Logan/Sparrow. Nothing much happens with Sabine or Kalin regardless of your rulings on their people. Outside of one sidequest, Elliot/Elise have no role in the story and no other 'main' characters are marriable.
29th Oct '16 6:48:22 PM MorphinBrony
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** For many, the whole game was this for the entire trilogy.
26th Jun '16 6:53:49 PM Eagal
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* FridgeBrilliance: Logan's monologue about how Albion is his to mold and shape sounds evil at first, [[spoiler: till you realize that his threats are actually facts based on when the Crawler arrives and slaughters all of Albion.]]
** More specifically, that Albion is his and the people will do what he says or they will die. [[spoiler: He's more right than you could possibly think, and NOT in the figurative sense either. It's just that he's not going to be the one to kill them.]]
** Reaver, who's considered a KarmaHoudini, falls under this once one [[VideoGame/FableII remembers/learns]] that [[spoiler:he's also a Hero, and Heroes ''don't'' have to be good, as many players can attest to (and players can be just as bad, if not ''worse'', than Reaver if they choose to be). Heck, he even has the dark circles around his eyes that the Hero can gain by being evil enough.]]
26th Jun '16 6:53:03 PM Eagal
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** NotQuiteDead - A black soot chicken scurries out of the kitchen at the beginning of the play-through. If you have the patience to follow her long enough, she leads you to a silver key chest in the garden.
26th Jun '16 6:52:34 PM Eagal
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** The Reaver again as well. See YMMV/FableII for details.
27th Mar '16 10:07:24 AM YourBrainOnTaint
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** TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Likewise, once the Hero becomes king/queen, there is very little interaction or character development (either for themselves or the supporting characters). Sparing [[spoiler: Logan]] changes the dialogue very little, with no unique scenes despite him being a [[spoiler: deposed and despised king working with the new monarch]]. Page takes no action against you except complain and refuse to help, if you turn into a tyrant. Walter shows little sign of [[spoiler: corruption or PTSD]] as the Crawler's arrival draws nearer. Reaver has little input outside of suggesting evil/pragmatic choices in judgement scenes. Nothing much happens with Sabine or Kalin regardless of your rulings on their people. Outside of one sidequest, Elliot/Elise have no role in the story and no other 'main' characters are marriable.

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** TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Likewise, once the Hero becomes king/queen, there is very little interaction or character development (either for themselves or the supporting characters). Sparing [[spoiler: Logan]] changes the dialogue very little, with no unique scenes despite him being a [[spoiler: deposed and despised king working with the new monarch]]. Page takes no action against you except complain and refuse to help, if you turn into a tyrant. Walter shows little sign of [[spoiler: corruption or PTSD]] as the Crawler's arrival draws nearer. Reaver has little input outside of suggesting evil/pragmatic choices in judgement scenes.scenes, despite being a Hero and having connections to Shadow/Logan/Sparrow. Nothing much happens with Sabine or Kalin regardless of your rulings on their people. Outside of one sidequest, Elliot/Elise have no role in the story and no other 'main' characters are marriable.
27th Mar '16 10:05:29 AM YourBrainOnTaint
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** TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Likewise, once the Hero becomes king/queen, there is very little interaction or character development (either for themselves or the supporting characters). Sparing [[spoiler: Logan]] changes the dialogue very little, with no unique scenes despite him being a [[spoiler: deposed and despised king working with the new monarch]]. Page takes no action against you except complain and refuse to help, if you turn into a tyrant. Walter shows little sign of [[spoiler: corruption or PTSD]] as the Crawler's arrival draws nearer. Reaver has little input outside of suggesting evil/pragmatic choices in judgement scenes. Nothing much happens with Sabine or Kalin regardless of your rulings on their people. Outside of one sidequest, Elliot/Elise have no role in the story and no other 'main' characters are marriable.
31st Aug '15 9:12:54 PM said43
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: Despite being one of the selling points, there isn't really much to do once you become king. You make a few decisions every day, but you only play around four days of the entire year you're king.
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