E3 2010: ‘Fable 3’ Demo Shows Off Gameplay

We’ve seen a few different trailers for Fable 3, but we haven’t seen too much gameplay footage, until now. Straight from E3 comes a 6-minute look at the demo that all the insiders got to play. One of the developers actually walks us through many of the new features of the next game in the successful franchise.

One of the new features is a new way to equip your items, instead of the menu of old, you see it all in a 3D environment. In the demo this looked visually pleasing, but cumbersome. The touch feature, where you can touch those in the environments is also featured. Another new piece is how spells are done. You now wear gauntlets on your hand for spells. Put a different spell on each hand and the spells are combined.

In Fable your actions always changed your appearance. Now in the game your actions also change the appearance of your weaponry. Enough about it from me, though, take a look below and let us know what you think in the comments. Will you be picking this game up when it comes out on October 26th?


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