clashcityrocker10;4264875 said:Well, combat is largely unchanged (combining spells and longer range guns, I suppose). I like the way that interacting has been redone, and the addition of relationship quests (to become friends with people) is cool, even if they are usually simple fetch quests. Small plot spoiler (if you haven't been reading up on what Molyneaux was saying during game production): I haven't gotten to this point, but I've heard that the part of the story where you play as King is very fun, but also very short. The "elimination of menus" thing that was so hyped is strange. I guess the things that are usually found in menus are better streamlined into the game, but saving/loading is a little more of a hassle than normal. All in all, if you liked Fable II, you should like Fable III.
UntilWeHaveFaces;4264891 said:Good to know, thanks!
NoMoreVillains;4265622 said:Fallout 3Currently helping Three Dog with replacing the relay dish on the Washington Monument. The trip there nearly killed me. I came across a raider base in the subway and the turrets there chewed up my health. I might risk returning via aboveground. At least I got a better shotgun off of one of the raiders.
madcapmatt;4265786 said:Anybody tried out "Bloody Good Time" yet?
Lawdog1521;4265806 said:Hang in there! The ghouls have a city near there if you need a doc.
Mileycyrussoulja;4266406 said:I've been playing Rock Band 3 of course, and Metroid Prime 3: Corruption, a really fun shooter game for the Wii.
NoMoreVillains;4266409 said:Where is it in relation to the Museum of Technology? I might need to find it since I'm getting low on Stimpacks and food.
UntilWeHaveFaces;4270650 said:Did everything I wanted to do in Fable III. Game is officially done with me.So, I played the Crysis 2 demo on 360. It was utter crap.I played the Bulletstorm Demo, and it has huge potential to be freaking awesome!