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    Fable 3 on GFWL and Steam

    I never would have imagined Microsoft supporting steam...

    http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/20...steam-and-gfwl

    The PC version of Lionhead role-playing game Fable III will launch on Steam and Games for Windows Live, Microsoft has announced.

    Pre-orders begin today. Those who do so through GFWL receive Fable: Lost Chapters for free.

    Those who pre-order through Steam get the Rebel's Weapon & Tattoo Pack, a collection of four weapons and five tattoo sets.

    The game goes on sale on 20th May digitally and in shops. All three versions include the game add-ons released for the Xbox 360 version, as well the new hardcore mode and 3D functionality.

    Other areas altered for the May release include a redesigned user interface that feels "a little bit more mouse-specific". Lionhead has also eradicated a number of Fable III bugs and lowered the item collection requirements for Achievements.

    "Our hope is that people who pick up [Fable III] on PC think, 'Okay, this plays how I would expect it to play, it doesn't play like a half-done port,' which is the danger for PC games," lead designer Josh Atkins has said.

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    Ah this has piqued my interest back up. a few days before the Witcher though. Hmmmm

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    Now they just need to put B&W2 on it and I'll be happy.

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