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Three ways Lionhead Studios can improve Fable 3

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Three ways Lionhead Studios can improve Fable 3

Editorial - posted by VentilatorOfDoom on Mon 2 August 2010, 16:54:02

Tags: Fable 2; Lionhead Studios; Peter Molyneux

Wanna know Three ways Lionhead Studios can make Fable 3 three times better than Fable 2 ? Probably not but nevermind, I'll tell you anyway.

Give Us Back Our Armor!
While this complaint may seem petty, it actually had a profound impact on the experience of playing though the game.  Instead of your clothing offering protection, it was simply a costume you’d wear for various bonuses in attractiveness and toughness (metaphorical, of course, since these clothes offered no protection.)  Again, much like the scars, the clothes was strictly for aesthetic appeal and did nothing to affect the game play.  This was a critical error on the part of Lionhead.   There’s very little incentive for most gamers to play dress-up with their character unless it actually helps them in the game.
Armor does nothing in Fable 2 but changing the looks? What an innovation.
Spotted at: GB

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