Fable: The Journey is Kinect’s Medieval Moves

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Microsoft and Lionhead are conjuring up a new Kinect-exclusive Fable adventure for release this holiday season, but The Journey is not the grandiose free-roaming Fable RPG you’ve grown accustomed to over the first three installments. From the new E3 trailer, Fable: The Journey actually seems to have a lot more in common with the fun PlayStation Move game Medieval Moves: Deadmund’s Quest, only you’ll be tossing around fireballs and launching hobbes into the air with a magical whip instead of cracking skeletons with a sword, bow & arrow and/or ninja stars.

Lionhead doesn’t seem to like people calling it an on-rails game, but by all hands-on accounts that’s exactly what it is. That doesn’t bother me one bit, though. To me, the term “on-rails” isn’t the dirty word it has become in the mainstream (which always makes me laugh because so many of the million-selling FPS franchises have basically turned into glorified rail shooters). I rather enjoy a good on-rails arcade experience in my regular gaming diet, thankyouverymuch.

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