The 10 best Fable like games: PC, Xbox PlayStation

The 10 best Fable like games: PC, Xbox PlayStation

Are you a fan of RPGs with immersive fantasy worlds like Fable that allow you to create your own character and go on adventures? Fable is one of the best games in this genre, and fortunately a new Fable game is just around the corner! If you can't wait to play Fable 4, here is our section of the best Fable style games that you can play today.

The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim, Oblivion, Morrowind

The Elder Scrolls series is created by Bethesda Games Studios. So far there have been 5 games, with the most recent being Skyrim and Oblivion. The Elder Scrolls 6 is arguably even more eagerly anticipated than Fable 4 after Skyrim was initially released in 2011. The series is known for its vast open-world settings, rich lore and immersive gameplay. In Skyrim you can explore the snow-covered mountains in the north of Tamriel, or the beautiful Cyrodiil in Oblivion. There are diverse quests and impactful decision making that ensures your journey feels personal to you. 

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Dragon Age: Origins, Dragon Age II, Dragon Age: Inquisition

Embark on epic adventures with BioWare's Dragon Age series. From the dark fantasy setting of Origins to the political intrigues of Inquisition, these games offer complex characters, engaging combat, and morally challenging choices that shape the fate of the world.

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Before Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt Red created The Witcher Series, and in particular The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, one of the most successful games on the previous generation of consoles. Dive into the gritty and morally ambiguous world of Geralt of Rivia, the iconic Witcher. In The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, players are treated to a massive open world filled with rich narratives, impactful decisions, and breathtaking landscapes.

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Divinity: Original Sin 2

In Divinity: Original Sin 2 you can let your imagination run wild in this turn based RPG. You can create diverse characters, each with their own unique abilities. Through your actions you can forge alliances with NPCs or even other players if you take part in the coop multiplayer mode. The main highlights of this game are its freedom and creativity.

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Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning

This is a classic action RPG with a sprawling open world, dynamic combat and an enthralling story that was written by the legendary fantasy author, R.A Salvatore. The Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning was released in 2012 by Big Huge Games. The gameplay incorporates various weapon types, skills trees and passive enhancements. You will come across a variety of enemies as you explore the world and the many dungeons.

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Fable II and Fable III

If you are excited for Fable 4 and haven't played the original Fable, or either of the sequels, Fable II and Fable III then now is your chance. The Fable series is full of charm, humour and meaningful choices that have a profound impact on the world that you live in.

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Gothic, Gothic II, Gothic 3

Moving on to a slightly darker and more atmospheric world, we have the Gothic series. The Gothic RPGs have a challenging gameplay (albeit more forgiving than Dark Souls). You will have reputation based interactions with NPCs with a focus on character development and exploration.

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Two Worlds II

With the sequel to Two Worlds, prepare to immerse yourself fully into a vibrant but dangerous world. The gameplay revolves around a magic system, crafting options alongside a wide array of quests. It is a rewarding RPG for lovers of classic RPGs.

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Risen, Risen 2: Dark Waters, Risen 3: Titan Lords

In the Risen Series you will be able to explore handfuls of mysterious islands and combat challenging enemies that will test your abilities. The games have nonlinear storylines, captivating lore and rewarding character progression. Across the trilogy there are hours of gameplay to keep you entertained.

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Dragon's Dogma

After Skyrim it seems like there were a number of RPGs that feature dragons, and one of the best ones was Dragon's Dogma. This action RPG has a unique pawn system that allows players to recruit NPCs / Allie's to join the player on their adventures. You need to pick your team carefully as each ally has their own strengths and skills to help you on your quests.

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