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As its predecessors its an action RPG. This game focuses on the player's struggle to overthrow the King of Albion by forming alliances and building support for a revolution. After a successful revolt, the player becomes the monarch and can then lead Albion in whichever direction they please.
Fable III is set 50 years after the events of Fable II on the continent of Albion where the Fable II series is set. The old monarch, the hero of Fable II, has died and left the Kingdom of Albion to Logan, the player's older brother. Some characters allude to how Logan has "changed" in the last four years, and is excessively tyrannical now. After a traumatic event that Logan forces upon the player, they escape Logan's castle along with their mentor, Sir Walter Beck and their servant, Jasper.
The player then starts to gather allies to aid in a revolution against Logan.
You can interact with the world in several ways as the previous games and decide to be a good or bad king, however I did expect something 'more' in this game, something new and interactive that would catch my interest. After I completed the story line, I didn't really feel like going back to do 'quests'. It feels like something is missing to keep you playing this game.
Game Traits applied to Fable III (X360) by Kyuubi87