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For me, Fable 2 was the most interesting and in-depth of the series. Fable I simply had too many flaws to be enjoyable, and this showed in how much Fable 2 out-paced it's predecessor. Fable 3 just seems like a shallow experience to me. It's fun, and the
story is well thought-out, but the game-play is just not as enjoyable as Fable 2. Fable 3 felt like it was rushed to market, missing some of the features that made Fable 2 so interesting to play (like a wide assortment of foodstuffs one could access easily,
or the vast assortment of hodgepodge clothing). Combat in Fable 3 is a bit too easy compared to Fable 2 as well. This does make it more accessible to younger audiences, but that is not necessarily a good thing. If you enjoyed Fable 3, I can say you will
most likely really love Fable 2. Fable 1 may be worth a try, if you learn about the pitfalls and how to avoid or minimize them. Fair warning, there are some game-breaking bugs in Fable 1, so be absolutely sure to read up on some FAQs about it.
I tryed playing Fable 1 on the 360 but it freezes up my system sometimes at different places so you might want to get the origimal classic downloads like Jameser78 said. I also think that Fable 2 is the WAY better game of the three.
Typical pattern of things... First one makes the idea, second one improves, third tries to repeat what was good about the second but tweaks it a bit and ends up not as great. Happens to lots of game series.