E3 2014: First ‘Fable Legends’ Gameplay Shown
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E3 2014 is officially underway, and plenty of games have already been shown.

One highly anticipated upcoming game that was announced back in August of last year is Fable Legends. The game comes in place of the once expected Fable IV, which Lionhead Studios has said is not currently being worked on, and is built around co-op gaming, which has many fans of the series differing in their levels of excitement.

The first gameplay demo for Fable Legends was presented today, and you can watch it as well as a trailer below.

Reactions to this gameplay seem fittingly spread around. Some appear to be genuinely excited by how the games look, while others, myself included, are feeling a little sad and disappointed.

If you’re into Fable and multiplayer games then the game is something worth keeping an eye on, but personally this gameplay just made me want a new single-player Fable adventure even more. For now, depressingly enough, it appears this single-player franchise has gone all-in on the multiplayer trend.

Are you excited about Fable Legends?


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