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The only real thing I do not like about Fable II & possibly III . .

Discussion in 'Fable III' started by MKSaibot, Oct 28, 2010.

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  1. MKSaibot

    MKSaibot New Member

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    With the first Fable while you could I believe max your character out in everything, they did not really focus on that and you really more or less specialized down one kind of path. Wether it be a stealth melee character with some range (bows & crossbows etc) or a pure magic character. I love everything about the game, the art, the story & I like the simple fun combat and the uniqueness of the game itself.

    The point is, it throws me off that your running around slashing people up with a sword while nuking people with fire balls, blizzards, chain lighting and shooting a gun, all at the same time. In Fable II your character protrade what you focused on wether it be melee, range (guns etc) and or magic. So yea you had the choice to specialize your character I guess which is or what I thought was one of the major things about Fable is choices. I guess more or less it's the fact you can make your character max in everything very easily that throw's me off. I know part of the game is making your character unique & how you want him/her to be.

    I guess my question is, is there anyone that doesn't max there character out? Or care how there character looks & the way he fights?

    Any input appreacited as with me the way my character looks in any game (RPG or not) is a big deal to me along with the way he fights.
     
  2. Arseface

    Arseface Look at me still talking when theres science to do Legendary Hero

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    I'm partial to range, but I love maxing my character out. Gotta say, it's not an issue for me.

    There's nothing stopping you from specialising your character if you want, but the game doesn't force you too and I think that's more of a good thing than a bad thing.
     
  3. MKSaibot

    MKSaibot New Member

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    Well with Fable II when you maxxed everything out it changed the way your character looked, so if you started off having a little bit of melee and a lot of range your character would look agile etc. With me I play Fable for the story but if it was just for the story I wouldn't pay $ for the game as it would be wasted for a short game, my two cents. I want some singleplayer RP reasons to play the game, kind of like Fallout New Vegas even though they are two completey different types of games.
     
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  5. Aions

    Aions Cant dance.

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    in fable 1/tlc no i did not care what my guy looked like cus you where covered head to toe in armour, i would just get a mix of tattoos/hair styles and what not to max my guys looks out (scary or attractive)

    in fable 2 though i did very much care how i looked, in fact i made a vid of it :P

    fable 3 though... meh i dont know if its still to early to tell or not but so far no, not really i do like how your tattoo’s are like the new will lines thought that’s about the only thing...
     
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