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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 05:00pm 30/09/10 | 5 Comments
Fable III is just around the corner and in true game publicity hyperbole, Lionhead and Microsoft have shot through a new developer diary showcasing all the rich voice-talent they managed to get in, which is actually a heady cast of respected and well-known British actors.

Sir Ben Kingsley joins the likes of Stephen Fry, Simon Pegg and John Cleese among a host of others to flesh out the games myriad cast of typically kooky, crazy characters.

The previous Fable lifted the series' bar somewhat, but retained a few annoyances, so here's hoping Fable III really picks up the slack.

Watch the video below, or download it here.

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Posted 05:09pm 30/9/10
Ben Kingsley is awesome.

Too bad the fable series are such a let down. Then again I shouldn't fall for the hype.
Posted 05:20pm 30/9/10
I loved Fable, recently bought Fable II and played it for like 4-5 hours and haven't touched my Xbox (for gaming) in months...
Posted 05:39pm 30/9/10
You could have the best voice actors in the world but it doesn't mean a thing when your facial animations give your characters the emotional range of a wooden board.
Posted 08:57pm 30/9/10
wow some big names there!

Fable 2 was why i went out and got my first xbox!

cant wait for fable 3!
Posted 09:21pm 30/9/10
I find the Fable series to be a bit hit and miss. I like some parts of them greatly and other parts less so. I would like the story line to be a little more epic and non-linear.
I would like to see more impact on the world from the character and choices that have unforeseen consequences far into the game.
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