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Fable: The Journey uses Milo’s Kinect tech

Peter Molyneux’s Milo may never see light of day, but a part of it lives on with Fable: The Journey. Polygon reports that the skeletal tracking system that interprets player’s gestures. But there’s plenty of new tech, too. For instance, the new Fable can be played sitting down – which …

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New Fable is digital-only

A second Fable game will arrive this year over Xbox Live Arcade. As rumoured over the weekend, Fable: Heroes is a side-scrolling hack and slash adventure aimed at a broader audience than the series’ traditional adult fanbase. It was revealed at Microsoft’s Spring Showcase held in San Francisco last week. …

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New Forza and Fable titles leaked ahead of official reveal

The power of the embargo has seemingly failed Microsoft over the weekend, with news of two new Xbox 360 games leaking online following an international press event for the firm in the US last week. First up is Forza Horizon, a new entry in the popular racing series. Sister site …

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Mystery countdown appears on Lionhead site

A countdown timer has appeared on the website of Peter Molyneux’s development studio Lionhead that will conclude on Monday, the day this year’s GDC kicks off in San Francisco. The news comes as a job ad on the Lionhead site was spotted that alluded to next-gen development at the studio. …

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Brand Map: Fable on Kinect

This week, we’re going to look at Fable using the GameVision Brand Map you can buy direct from MCV online. At E3 in June, Microsoft Game Studios’ creative director Peter Molyneux unveiled Fable: The Journey, a new chapter in the Fable series that uses Microsoft’s Kinect. But is Fable such …

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Molyneux on Kinect’s ‘problems’

We’re all happy to complain about developers being cagey and withholding information but when they do commit the cardinal sin of speaking frankly we run headlines like this. In an interview with GamingUnion, Microsoft Game Studios head Peter Molyneux made the frank and overtly sensible admission that Kinect is not …

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