Today in 2004, the game industry would receive an adventure quite unlike any it had ever seen before in the form of the first Fable.
We've got some bad news for those hoping to return to Albion in Fable 4.
It’s a story anyone who follows the gaming industry has become familiar with: a corporate Twitter account posted something that may have shown poor judgment. Responses were angry, Tweets were deleted, and an apology was issued. Microsoft’s Lionhead Studios, or the social media manager behind the account, certainly isn’t the first to commit this kind of gaffe, and I have no doubt that it was meant to be a harmless joke. Sadly, when you’re constantly bombarded with imagery that conveys the message that you’re not wanted, it’s not hard to read more into it.
The crazy antics of Lionhead Studios' long-awaited return to the Fable franchise expand to PC, offering cross-platform multiplayer gameplay.
Good news for lone adventurers hoping they could solo Fable Legends without the need for multiplayer.
A new trailer for Fable Legends debuted during the Xbox Gamescom 2014 press conference, focusing on what will happen when the bad guys win.
Lionhead Studios has just unveiled its E3 trailer for Fable Legends, and we're glad to see you have the choice to be the hero or the maleficent bad guy.
Lionshead Studios has announced the newest hero to join the ranks of its co-op action-RPG hybrid, Fable Legends.
Meet one of the characters in Fable Legends, a seasoned warrior named Rook.
We get to see firsthand how Lionhead Studios is trying to revamp the Fable series in the next-gen format.