It’s amazing to thing that since this blog began in February there are some posts that have been relatively undiscovered. There are some bits of flash fiction that have only been read by one or two people. I don’t think they’re bad posts necessarily, maybe the SEO was off or maybe I just didn’t sitemap them properly, who knows?
So to showcase these undiscovered marvels of flash fiction and other posts, I’m going to re-introduce them here. Let’s see what we can do to push these posts a little more into the limelight.
Seeing as most of the people died in my first playthrough of Fable III, and I wanted to actually play a murderous, thieving asshole rather than the goody-goody of my first run, add to that a sprinkling of knee-jerk reactions about the ending and I figured It deserved at least one more playthrough.
So, I created my female hero this time, shouted at the kitchen staff, killed the townspeople instead of the love-of-my life and started down the road to becoming a not-very-nice person, an anti-hero I suppose. Read more
Another game that’s recently been getting my attention is Lionheads Fable III. I was a big fan of the game at first but I think other game releases just took priority and I stopped playing it. Maybe the initial glamour wore off. I just know that the impressions I had of the game at the start are a lot different from those I had at the end.
Fable III is the latest in the character morphing RPG from Lionhead Studios available on both the xBox 360 and PC. In the continuing story of the heroes of Albion, Fable III puts you in charge of the young prince or princess who, after witnessing their brothers cruelty, escapes the castle to gather allies and associates to take the throne from their tyrant brother and then to rule the land as the hero they have grown to be. Read more