games like fable 3

Have you tried Overlord 1 & 2 (first one being better.) Kind of like fable, just from the perspective of the villain …. sort of.
The only one I can think of that come even close is XBLA title Torchlight, but that plays almost exactly like the original Diablo 1 (I could almost swear it has the same music!) Basically it's Diablo with a Fable look to it.
There's also Brutal Legend ….. again, not really an RPG more an action sandbox, but toony look and humor reminded a little of Fable.
There's also Star Ocean: The Last Hope & Lost Odyssey.
This will be kind of difficult but I want something like Fable.
This will be kind of difficult but I want something like Fable.

I have been playing the Fable on XBOX and was wondering if there are any similar available? I like the RPG element and the fact that you can control good / evil, buy houses etc and the extramly easy fighting style.

The Gothic series of video games continues with Gothic 3, this third instalment features the same fantasy RPG style of gameplay as previous games and offers a massive game world for players to explore.
Mount & Blade: Warband is the second game in the series of action role playing games that blend strategic elements published by Paradox Interactive.
Skyrim is the fifth game in franchise and continues building on the success of the previous games with a large open world, sharp gameplay and plenty of customisation.
The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings is the sequel to the popular action role playing game and is available on Windows, Mac and the Xbox 360.

I want some games that are similar to fable 3 – where you can marry people, own houses, and make moral choices that affect the gameplay.
I want some games that are similar to fable 3 – where you can marry people, own houses, and make moral choices that affect the gameplay.
I want some games that are similar to fable 3 – where you can marry people, own houses, and make moral choices that affect the gameplay.

These games both offer a great FPS open world RPG experience that fans of the Fable game series will enjoy.
Despite the differences the game still offers a great RPG experience and a massive open world to explore along with skills (perks) and plenty of moral choices, making it a great option if you are looking for a game like Fable.
Dragon Age: Origins is the first game of the Dragon Age series and is a great place to start for fans of the Fable franchise.
Are you looking for a game like Fable? There are plenty of great action role-playing games like Fable available across many platforms including PC, Xbox and PlayStation.
Two Worlds II is a role playing game like Fable that features a fantasy world which players can explore in a non linear fashion.
Dragon Age is a game series similar to the Fable series and is a great place to start if you are after a game like Fable.
The game includes a variety of exploration methods along with a popular and smooth flowing combat system which is vital in an action RPG environment and reminded me of the Fable series.
Skyrim is the latest addition to the Elders Scrolls game series and has been highly rated by critics for its amazing open world and extensive lore.
The game isn’t set in a fantasy setting or use medieval style magic and weapons like the Fable series but is instead set in a post apocalyptic landscape with guns and various energy weapons.
Available for Xbox 360 and the PC (I played the PC version) I quickly got hooked on the game world on offer from The Witcher game series and I believe you’ll it as well.
If you are looking for a game like Fable with a Sci-Fi twist you can’t go past the Mass Effect series.
The games also combine a number of open world elements to create massive game worlds for players to explore.
The Fable game series started back in 2004 and is often considered to be one of the stars in the action RPG genre.
The game is designed to fluidly swap between playing with friends and solo making it a great game like Fable for you and a friend.

If you’re on the lookout for yet another open world delight, then might we suggest you feast your eyes on The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim? According to the maker, the events featured in the game take place 200 years after Oblivion.
Developed and published by Capcom, the title offers an open world fantasy setting that’s sprinkled with survival horror and hack and slash elements.
After displaying a few fantasy names on the virtual platter, we now introduce into our Fable alternatives array a title that overflows with sci-fi and RPG elements.
The Fable series made its presence felt across the gaming terrain back in 2004 when the first title hit the Xbox, Xbox 360 and PC systems.

Fable wasn’t the first RPG I played but it was the first I loved and after beating the Lost Chapters every game after that didn’t have some kind of RPG elements bored me.
Fable 1 and Jade Empire are still great games, that are pretty similar and you can probably find used copies of each for under $10.
I would suggest playing fable 1 and Oblivion.

If you are playing as a ‘good’ character, the game does not give you enough quests that focus on replenishing your depleted treasury while keeping all your ‘promises’ to fix Albion and Aurora.
So, can someone please answer this: How is it that, as king, a month or more of game time can pass in an instant and you haven’t earned a single extra golden dime from your properties? When you’re walking the streets as king, you still earn money.
I was a huge fan of Fable 2, I loved the interaction with the people, the cities, and how you could make the game your own.
The game simply does not give you enough time to raise sufficient funds if you play as a ‘good’ character.
The game does a good job of mixing up the action, bringing you to different places and having you accomplish varying tasks throughout.
Hated having to repair houses and other real estate, especially since the game does not give you a ‘repair all’ option, and there is no indicator on each town’s map to tell you that you have homes that need repairing.
You no longer get money when the game is shut off like Fable 2.
In Fable III, the latest installment of the critically acclaimed Xbox 360 exclusive franchise, fans new and returning will now embark on an epic adventure, where the race for the crown is only the beginning of your spectacular journey.
Five decades have passed since the events of “Fable II,” and Albion has matured into an industrial revolution, but the fate of the kingdom is at peril.
Running from room to room and cycling/paging through the limited display of items took far more time than Fable II’s list system.
Upon beating the game, there is nothing left but boring quests, and there is absolutely no good and evil versions of the same quests during the course of the whole game.
Five decades have passed since the events of Fable II, and Albion has matured into an industrial revolution, but the fate of the kingdom is at peril.
“Fable III” is the latest installment to the action packedand critically acclaimed Xbox 360 exclusive franchise that has sold more than six million copies.

IGN gave Fable III (PC) a 6/10, calling it "a royal disappointment" with "interface not well tailored to the PC platform", "uneven story and pacing", "dull combat" and "repetitive quests".[26] GameSpot gave it a score of 7/10, saying "It lands on the PC with graphical enhancements and tougher combat" but criticized the "simplified gameplay" which "still distract from the fun."[28] Most negative responses came from the fans who pointed out the bugs that never got fixed in a patch, or that the child of the hero is generated randomly depending on the location of its parents; a design flaw in Fable III where the ethnicity of the biological children does not match that of the player character or its spouse.
Lionhead also released a Fable III limited edition wireless controller for Xbox 360 on 5 October 2010.[16] The controller came with a code to unlock a unique tattoo for the game.
GameSpot gave the game a 7.5/10, saying "This gorgeous world is brimming with humor and personality" but felt "a bevy of technical problems and overly simplified gameplay distract from the fun."[27] Official Xbox Magazine said "Fable III is most memorable not because it makes you laugh, but because it also makes you care.
The Hero of Bowerstone (the player character of Fable II) and ruler of Albion, has died and left the Kingdom to their eldest son, Logan, the player’s older brother.
In an interview with OXM UK, he (Molyneux) spoke about how Fable was at risk of becoming a generic game where the player started off underpowered and weak but slowly got more powerful after they met the bad guy.
Backer said that the AI is the "biggest chunk of dialogue." Backer also said that the over 47 hours include "gossip lines" in which the "AI talk to you about what is happening in the game." The "30 or 40" different types of AI characters each have "about 2,000 lines." Three writers wrote the 460,000 recorded words in the game and it took more than 80 actors to voice them.[6] Many lines are ones that previously appeared in Fable II, so how many hours of vocal track are original recordings is unknown.

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Like others have said, first game that came to my mind when I read the topic was Kingdom of Amalur; it is a good game.
Kingdoms of Amalur! Wait.. Still, it’s a brilliant game Too bad the company behind it went bankrupt.
Kingdoms of Amalur is a huge rip on Fable and they do it brilliantly.

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The Witcher and the Elder Scrolls games, as mentioned above, are far more similar, but with a kinda different style, the 2 mentioned games having a darker overall theme.
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I haven’t played DA, but if the system is similar to the NeverWinter’s Night as I’ve been told, it’s not like Fable at all.
However, when things escalate to murder, theft, and espionage among factions, Rattletrap discovers that there is more to this world than what his programming allows him to perceive.
Otherwise, Dragon Age and Fable are quite similiar in the choices you make, customization, etc.

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I really enjoyed Fallout 3 and completed it 100% including the GOTY stuff but I just couldn’t get into New Vegas and got rid of it shortly after purchase, the daft thing is that I recently bought it for a fiver as I thought perhaps I should give it another go.
I really enjoyed Fallout 3 and completed it 100% including the GOTY stuff but I just couldn’t get into New Vegas and got rid of it shortly after purchase, the daft thing is that I recently bought it for a fiver as I thought perhaps I should give it another go.

This is pretty cool, I am glad Microsoft is putting games out on Steam and also supporting the PC (yes not all games, but games like Fable, Age of Empire 2 HD, Rise Of Nations etc, this is a step in the right direction from my point of view).
An Xbox 360 remastering of the original Fable game, including the extra (originally cut) content from Fable: The Lost Chapters.

I wish the world had more games where you could play as a ruler who goes questing as with Fable III, but, there is hardly a game where you can play as a monarch of a kingdom or empire.
I want some games that are similar to fable 3 – where you can marry people, own houses, and make moral choices that affect the gameplay.

Xbox One exclusive Fable Legends will be a return to the series’ "dark fairytale" roots, lead content designer Ben Brooks said today.

Well there's this old game called Black & White, it's got a karma system and you can sort of "buy" houses by spending resources to build them, you might want to check it out.
Kingdoms of Amalur:Reckoning is super awesome! Its like Fable but much more open.Red Dead Redemption is nothing like Fable but very fun! Also Black & White is by Lionhead Studios and its nothing like Fable.
Edit: Robert seriously? Skyrim? Dragon Age? The only thing those games have in common is that they are an RPG, they're NOTHING like Fable.

As much as some people lament the disappearance of armour stats, or attribute points, Fable III offers far more customization than any of it’s predecessors, so instead of everyone wearing the "one armour of power", you wear what you think looks good for that character.
Unlike much of Dungeons and Dragons, which, while occasionally ‘dark’, is mostly devoid of any kind of sex/other things present in the real world, Fable embraces its whimsical version of human relationships.
Fable is one of the only franchises in which the main story leans too heavily on these secondary excursions, for it is clear that without spending hours helping the citizens of Albion, you’ll feel no emotion when they live or die.
For whereas Bioware counts on the player’s attachment to its characters, and Bethesda games count on the player’s attachment to their stuff, Lionhead relies on your attachment to Fable’s rich, colourful and charming universe.
The game’s detractors say it’s not an RPG because it doesn’t have stats or conversation skills or attributes, but they miss the point- that Fable is far more of an RPG than Skyrim or Dragon Age will ever be.
The way in which Lionhead creates this ‘attachment’ to Albion is through Fable’s quests, each as rich and interesting as the best of those in other RPGs.
In Fable III you’ll travel into a lost play and act out the "world’s first" mix of Tragedy and Comedy.
For players who stick to the ‘main path’ of Fable 3, this opinion might continue through the entire game.
When gamers complain about choice in Fable being "too binary"- they miss the point.

Hey guys i just beat fable TLC in one day and fable 3 in 2 days I NEED MOAR!! it sucks that fable 2 isnt on pc but i want more games like fable so list games here that are like fable!.
Hey guys i just beat fable TLC in one day and fable 3 in 2 days I NEED MOAR!! it sucks that fable 2 isnt on pc but i want more games like fable so list games here that are like fable!.
its not out yet but theres a very interesting game in the same genre, 3rd person action/rpg called kingdom of amalur reckoning.
its not out yet but theres a very interesting game in the same genre, 3rd person action/rpg called kingdom of amalur reckoning.
its not out yet but theres a very interesting game in the same genre, 3rd person action/rpg called kingdom of amalur reckoning.

Demon Souls and Skyrim are indeed different games in a lot of aspects but share similar RPG elements that I enjoy.
Wasn’t really a fan of the first game, but I think Kotaku just posted some rumors of a PC release for Dark Souls.
Wasn’t really a fan of the first game, but I think Kotaku just posted some rumors of a PC release for Dark Souls.
The story for Skyrim blows the Demon Souls/Dark Souls games out the water though.
I love skyrim and i really liked demons souls too (except for being invaded lol) but i wouldn’t compare them as they are trying to achieve achieve different things.

I'm glad that that the designers realized that RPGs are generally made more fun by randomly stripping away RPG elements in favor of pointless bottlenecks." That said, Fable III is an incredible game overall as far as I can tell from what I've played of it (four hours of play time;) I'm loving the combat and the experience system…just…some interesting choices, which do sometimes seem to me to be just for the sake of making a change, and occasionally detract from the overall experience, and fairly heavily so.
After Fable II’s drawn out introduction, it feels a little alienating, but the speed with which you’re pulled through the story’s opening exposition doesn’t give you time to stop and think about this for too long.

Overlord – it’s a differant type of game, but with good / evil (or rather evil / really evil) actions and effects stuff, as well as Fable like setting / art style / humour and vaguely open world(ish – as in you are free to wander through differant interconnected regions at will).

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As many of you will already know, in August 2013 the Games For Windows Live Marketplace was closed[support.xbox.com]. This shut down means that product keys for Fable 3 and its associated DLC are no longer being created, and therefore the game and its DLC cannot be purchased from GFWL or Steam.

This is the trailer for the announcement of Fable Legends, a four player co-op online version of Albion exclusive to Xbox One.
No gameplay this time, but plenty of clues as to how the four player co-op dynamic is going to work.

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