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14/12/2012 FGTV: The Journey Hands-on Interview Review
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Fable: The Journey is a very different take on the Fable world, translated from an RPG to a Kinect-controlled action adventure. In this edition of FamilyGamerTV, we interview Gary Carr the Creative Director behind the game to get an insight into the design of the game and how he wanted this game to be suitable for families.

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The Journey Hands-on Interview 360 Review

FGTV: The Journey Hands-on Interview

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Fable: The Journey is a very different take on the Fable world, translated from an RPG to a Kinect-controlled action adventure. In this edition of FamilyGamerTV, we interview Gary Carr the Creative Director behind the game to get an insight into the design of the game and how he wanted this game to be suitable for families.

From family-friendly age ratings to making a motion-controlled game a longer, rather than casual experience, Gary provides a fascinating insight into the design choices behind Fable: The Journey.

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