Fable: The Journey is nothing like the first three Fable games and can be controlled solely with the Kinect controller for Xbox 360. No longer are you a hero in Albion, you are just an average guy riding a cart down a road when all of a sudden a mysterious woman comes towards you crying for help. She jumps onto your cart and then the adventure begins.
Albion is in a bad state, the darkness is coming upon it and you, an average guy is the only person that can rescue Albion.
The gameplay demo that was given at the Microsoft keynote looked amazing. No longer is it a third person game, you are now playing from the first person and have complete control of all of the magic that you had in the first game, but this time you are the one in control.
In the demo it was as simple as launching your hand forward to cast a basic spell in the direction of the attacking goblins. But you can also do extravagant attacks by raising both your arms. Moves such as thunderbolts and giant fireballs completely destroying the enemy. The accurate targeting reticule is assigned to each hand, so you can take out multiple enemies at once.
Fable: The Journey looks like what you would imagine from a Kinect Fable game, with magic being at the front of the experience, waving your arms about has never made you feel so powerful.