Working on a website dedicated to video games is not always easy, especially when it comes to trying games which are not that good. Fable Heroes is unfortunately one of those games. The main problem with this cute-looking spin-off of Peter Molyneux's famous franchise is that it is really difficult to keep up with what's going on. Everything on screen is so messy that it makes this hack'n slash quite unpleasant to play. On the bright side, the music is great, the graphics are quite nice, you can team up with three friends to complete the game, and you will be able to use the money you make here in the upcoming Fable: The Journey. Not sure if it will be enough though.
Bloodborne uses the same core mechanics of Souls series, which is stamina based combat, but its faster overal interms of combat/animations. Each melee weapon has 2 modes with press of a button :) (7 minutes ago)
@alimokrane: Im not stupid buddy, i finished Demons Souls, i know how to play the game. I dont bring action mentality into these games, thats step 1 of no-no. (8 minutes ago)
*but you can skip to the last paragraph. Which is spoiler-free. (8 minutes ago)
Bloodborne EuroGamer's review: [url] Note: Contains discussions of some of the game's surprises and themes, but you skip to the last paragraph. (10 minutes ago)
@Sath: Stop trying to play it like Ninja Gaiden and you will be fine ;) I know, it took me a while to get the hang of Dark Souls 1. I assume bloodborne plays the same way? (21 minutes ago)
I thought it would be more like a demo but no.. its packed with content, new radio station and loads of extra cheevos! :) (2 Hours ago)
@Executioner_UK: 15 gigs too, holy cow. I already had FH2. but this is great for the folks who don't own FH2. (2 Hours ago)