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Platform Nation’s “A Simple Question”: Fable

With the release of Fable III last week, those that have wanted to play it have done so significantly by this point.  While I’m looking forward to bringing closure to the trilogy myself, it will have to be after the holidays.  That doesn’t stop me, however, from presenting this week’s Fable-themed ASQ:

What was your favorite moment in Fable?

This can be a gameplay moment where you cleared a town of its citizens, or a story moment, or any other instance while playing Fable that you enjoyed the most.  And obviously this spans any of the Fable games.

ChaCha.com’s response: “I only played the first Fable and I liked how the hero’s appearance changed the more evil he got!”


A Simple Question (ASQ) is a weekly segment for Platform Nation.  Each week, you’ll be posed a question.   Give a response and let the world know what you think, there is no right or wrong answer here.  I will post my response on Friday. If you have a suggestion for a question, hit me up on twitter @vttym.

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  • Brian Heitzenrater (FrehleyzComet)

    Going home to a warm body and a frothy ale after a hard days work of ridding Albion of it’s taint.

    Well that and farting in the center of a huge crowd in the town square. lol

    • Brian Heitzenrater (FrehleyzComet)

      Oh I forgot to mention that I only played II. Never got to play the original.

  • Julian Montoya (DarthJuLiOh)

    Having two wives in Bowerstone and making them live next to each other. Epic.

  • Gen

    You do know that it is not a trilogy they are going to make more FABLE games. Seriously what is with peoples obsession with trilogies I really don’t get it

  • Well considering the series was originally to be a trilogy, that’s where the statement came from. I see from an interview done since the release of Fable III that Peter has stated it might not be a trilogy.

    For now, you have a trilogy of games to choose your experience from.

  • Favorite moment was probably the spire.. really brought home the power and importance of choice.