mrsomeone77's Fable III (Xbox 360) review

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Is it just me, but are games getting to the point of sitting back and watching them play, more than actually playing them? I can respect the gorgeous visuals, the customization of characters, and the overall setting, but come on now. You can literally beat this game pushing one button. The combat is super easy, and gets very boring. There are rarely any battles involving bosses, and I literally beat this game in 5 hours by skipping all the tedious side quests. I loved Fable 2, and enjoyed this one for about 3 hours, but I already sold it back, as I know I'll never play again just to see what the evil route might look like. Very sad.

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