dealsfable iii (xbox 360) for $9.99

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Solid deal. Pretty much everyone in the universe agrees III wasn't as good as II, but it's definitely worth ten bucks.

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Fun Game, if you have not played definitly worth 10 bucks, also has great re playability as the choices you make dictate your missions and quests.

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Fable 1 was soooo awesome.
Fable 3 was soooo terrible. It made me sad.

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Anyone know what the shipping cost on this is?

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I just wish they'd release 2 on PC. It was the best, but they only have 1 and 3 on PC.

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@xelement5x: $2.98 (I got free shipping with target credit card and 5% off but they did charge me tax... $10.32 out the door)

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I'm torn... Fable 3 was pretty avereage compared to Fable 2... which was pretty poor compared to Fable 1 (1 button final boss fight? C'MON!)... but $9.99 is a good price, especially for a less hardcore gamer new-ish to the xbox scene (though a $10-$15 price on Fable 3 isn't really rare or special given how long it's been out/how well it was received/how many copies are floating around the used market/etc)

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You know, I liked Fable III, came with my Xbox. I didn't play the others, but I enjoyed the narrative enough. Has one of the best ensemble voice acting casts I've ever seen...Sir Ben Kingsley, Simon Pegg, Alfred Molina, Michael Fassbender, Jonathan Ross, John Cleese...probably more that I'm forgetting.

Downsides are a few bugs/glitches that make 4-5 surrounding townspeople all jabber on around you while you're in the middle of something. Some parts are also quite tedious (holding a button to dance in front of peasants to make them like you) but it's definitely a 25+ hour game, so well worth 9.99

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@starblind: Fable 2 was utter crap. Fable 1 was the best, 3 was ok. It's a good deal for $10.

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I liked Fable III well enough. Here's a link to where you can buy a download code for about the same price: http://www.gamedealdaily.com/store/product.php?product=1834

I doubt the resale value for this is going to be that much, so why not buy digital?

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@jtaclas: Because with a physical copy, you can lend out the disc and let your kids, wife, neighbor, mistress, or anyone else play it. You can even give it away to a less wealthy family or the library when you're done.

With a digital copy, the only benefit you get is not having to get your ass up off the couch and put a disc in. Personally, I feel that anyone that isn't 400+ pounds shouldn't have too much difficulty moving 10 feet across a room, and those that are over that probably could use the exercise.

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@spyder69696969: Another benefit to the digital copy is that it doesn't take up any space on a shelf. That's space that could be holding the ultraman dvd set I just ordered. Did you know that ultraman is available on DVD?

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@haloman800: Fable 2's big issue was that it was too easy, but you can do so much more in Fable 2 than you could in Fable 1.

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@spyder69696969: Also, digital copies are better for the environment than cd's.

Personally I feel that anyone who isn't 400+ pounds shouldn't have too much difficulty moving 10 feet across nature, and those that are over that probably could use the exercise.

Wait.....do I sound like a total dick?

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@viciousspike: You don't really own something if you don't have total control over it. I will not purchase a digital version of something unless it is significantly cheaper than the physical copy. In reality, I rarely actually take advantage of the total ownership (such as loaning the game, re-selling it, etc.), but it is more of the principle of the thing. Europe just made it legal to re-sell digital versions, so if that ever takes off into a meaningful form (which I doubt), I will be all for digital.

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@wnyx585am: I see what you're saying. But I wasn't trying to make an argument over which form is better. I was trying to let spyder know that he sounds like a douche in his replies to others, by using a mirroring mockery technique.
I suppose we could have a lengthy philosophical conversation about what it means to actually own something, and whether 'total control' of anything is possible in this universe, but I'd rather just go pirate me some new games to play.