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|Fable Fortune Leaving Early Access This Week|
Added: 20.02.2018 11:11 | 1 views | 0 comments
The free-to-play card game will go live on PC and Xbox One in just a few days.
|New Fable Fortune Screens|
Added: 20.02.2018 11:06 | 1 views | 0 comments
Neocrisis - Here are some new screenshots for Fable Fortune. It will leave Early Access on February 22nd and land as a free-to-play title on Xbox One, Steam, and Windows 10.
|Return To Albion With This Collectible Card Game|
Added: 19.02.2018 19:26 | 0 views | 0 comments
Fable Fortune, a collectible-card game created by Flaming Fowl Studios and Mediatonic, is leaving early access behind and is set for a full release on February 22 for Xbox One and PC.
The beta launched back in July 2017 and has given the developers time to respond to community feedback and add some new features to the final version, including:
- Heroic Tales, a single-player story mode allowing
players to experience the backstory for each of the six Heroes
- New emote system that allows players to
communicate with their opponents — to congratulate, to mock, or just to fart in
their general direction
- Deck Helper and Guildmaster-led tutorial to assist new players
- Daily bounty system
- Plenty of new cards to discover
Fable Fortune was originally funded via Kickstarter, but ended their campaign after . The full version will be free-to-play, but there are Founder's Packs available for sale that include 20 decks and some rare cards. For more about Fable Fortune, check out .
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|Banjo-Kazooie Are Back On Nintendo... Switch's Version Of Minecraft|
Added: 30.01.2018 16:35 | 5 views | 0 comments
Halo and Fable are also joining the party
|You can now play as Master Chief in Nintendo Switch's Minecraft|
Added: 30.01.2018 16:22 | 7 views | 0 comments
Master Chief, Microsoft's biggest gaming icon, is now available in Minecraft on Nintendo Switch.
Characters from Banjo Kazooie (which was, obviously, originally released on N64), plus Fable and Gears of War franchises are also included in the skin pack, which launches today for both Switch and Wii U.
Xbox owners will likely have the pack already - it's been available for years on Microsoft's own consoles - but it also arrives for the new, unified version of Minecraft today across all of its platforms.
|What's Fable really all about?|
Added: 28.01.2018 8:00 | 11 views | 0 comments
Good and evil is barely the start of it, frankly. Fable is one of those rare, fascinating game series upon which nobody can really seem to agree about anything for very long. It's a shallow RPG, or maybe it's a canny and satirical examination of RPGs in general. It's hilarious - oh, the burping! Or maybe it's just juvenile. Let's face it: Fable's easy to the point of being obsequious, isn't it? Or maybe it's choosing to measure itself in ways that go beyond mere difficulty? It's no surprise, then, that with all this discussion churning around it, the world of Albion is so often defined by a mechanic that it doesn't even contain.
As a young child, the story once went, you will find an acorn. If you plant the acorn, green shoots will emerge from the earth. Years later, after a long life of consequence and heroism, you will return to the place that you planted that acorn and a huge oak tree will tower overhead. A lovely idea, isn't it, that a game would be both so reactive and so poetic, that a game would really notice you and afford your presence a degree of lasting importance, that a game would see your involvement with it as a chance for it to grow? But of course there was no acorn in Fable. By extension, there was no oak tree that would have erupted from it. Or was there?
When I heard a few weeks back that , I experienced a rush of fond memories so vivid, playful, silly and heartfelt that I almost wobbled on my feet for a few seconds. I remembered setting off, barefoot, on a summer's day to a distant island where a cog-driven door emerged from the side of a hill. I remembered the moon peering down through sickly grey murk above bogland, where a monster covered in bracken and moss stood up to his waist in mud. Most of all, I remembered a house I once bought where the previous owner, thanks to a brilliant glitch, lived on long after I had killed them, partially stuck in one of the upstairs walls. Then, I started to think about the task of bringing a series like this back to life with a new creative team and in a new era. In a game so full of moving parts, so driven by whimsy and - perhaps - by accident, what single piece of Fable is absolutely indispensable? In which part of Fable does Fable truly live?
|5 things Fable 4 needs to succeed on Xbox One|
Added: 24.01.2018 11:06 | 8 views | 0 comments
Fable is expected to make a triumphant return in the years ahead, with rumor of a new series entry. Here are five things Fable IV needs to succeed on Xbox One.