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Lionhead To Expand Fable Universe With Novels And Digital Shorts By Random House

Posted on Thursday, April 5 @ 10:54:30 PST by Alex_Osborn

Can't get enough of the Fable franchise? Too bad because you're getting it anyway! Lionhead Studios has just announced that they will be teaming up with Random House to create a “broad line of products set to expand the universe of Fable”. These "products" will include two novels, a handful of digital shorts, and a few other goodies for die-hard fans of the franchise... yes, all five of them.

Author Peter David will be releasing three digital shorts over the next several months, each of which will focus on particular characters essential to the game's fiction. The first two, titled Fable: Reaver and Fable: Jack of Blades, are both set to arrive next month, while the final short, titled Fable: Theresa, will be released in June.

The first novel dubbed Fable: At the Edge of the World is being written by Christie Golden and will serve as a link between the story told in Fable III  and the upcoming events of Fable: The Journey. The book is expected to arrive in retailers this August. 

In addition to all of this, Random House is working on a Fable bible that will serve as a “a living document” that provides a “comprehensive reference for any creators working in the Fable world". And if that weren't enough, more information regarding the Prima strategy guide for Fable: The Journey is expected to be revealed soon.

Anyone else tired of this franchise or is it just me?
Related Games:   Fable III, Fable: The Journey

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