Fable Series Alternatives and Similar Games

Our list of games like Fable Series will help you choose the right game to play next and enjoy every second of it.

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Games Like Fable Series

Games like Fable are non-linear adventures that don’t force you down a specific path, but instead give you options to make choices that you like. The Fable games were excellent in doing this, and after releasing a collectible card game, there is a possibility that the classic RPG series may come back under a new studio. Whether this will happen or not, in the meantime there are tons of fantastic RPGs that do a great job at immersing you in their interesting worlds, and we’ve got a list of these captivating journeys that you can check out right down below.

The Witcher Series game preview

The Witcher Series

Whichever Witcher game you jump into first, you’re in for an amazing experience full of choices and great storytelling. While you can simply jump into The Witcher 3 and enjoy an immersive and beautiful world which also includes some of the best expansion packs you will ever play, playing through the whole trilogy is even better as you make choices that affect all the games and learn more about the lore and our famous monster hunter, Geralt.
Dragon Age Series game preview

Dragon Age Series

The Dragon Age franchise has you traveling through diverse environments as various characters join your party and assist you in many real-time tactical battles that can be paused for better control of your companions. Dragon Age: Inquisition may be the most graphically-impressive RPG in the series with a large open-world, but that doesn’t mean you won’t enjoy the engaging Origins and the smaller Dragon Age II.
The Elder Scrolls Series game preview

The Elder Scrolls Series

From the ‘90s 1st person open-world Arena to the detailed and highly-moddable Skyrim and enormous Elder Scrolls Online, this award-winning RPG series has come a long way. The Elder Scrolls games give you fantasy worlds full of freedom and memorable moments as you spend hours exploring amazing locations and interacting with a wide array of different characters. If you love RPGs, you’ll love classics such as Morrowind and Oblivion that by some are considered better compared to Skyrim, despite their age.
Jade Empire game preview

Jade Empire

Jade Empire has you using various fighting styles to take down all kinds of enemies while you control your kung fu character and make big decisions across a captivating story. This Chinese-themed action RPG is filled with memorable characters, all who can also accompany you with their unique abilities in battle.
Risen Series game preview

Risen Series

The Risen games include one of the toughest combat systems out there, which not many may enjoy, but once you get used to its depth and complexity then your journey truly becomes a blast. Explore various islands as pirates meet magic in these challenging yet engaging adventures full of interesting content.
Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen game preview

Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen

Dragon’s Dogma enthralls you with one of the best combat systems out there as you explore a stunning world full of huge monsters to slay with your companions. These companions, known as Pawns can even be shared online for other players to use, as these Pawns actually improve by being trained from players. If you’re looking for epic boss battles, then Dragon’s Dogma won’t disappoint.
Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning game preview

Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning

What was first supposed to be an MMO later turned into a fantastic and large open-world RPG with plenty of distinct areas to explore. Featuring combat and world structure similar to Fable, Kingdoms of Amalur will definitely make you feel at home as you complete tons of quests and use a vast array of different equipment, skills and abilities.
Gothic Series game preview

Gothic Series

The highly influential Gothic games, especially the first one, helped set the standard of open-world RPGs of today. Despite their dated controls, these games are still superb to this day, offering you hours and hours of non-linear gameplay in dynamic worlds filled with quests and orcs to fight.
Overlord Series game preview

Overlord Series

Although you are already an evil mastermind plotting to take over the world in the first two 3rd person RPGs in the franchise, you do get to decide how evil you will be as you lead your group of minions and destroy everything in your path. Unlike these two, the most recent title, Fellowship of Evil goes for a co-op focused experience. With lots of humor added into the writing, the Overlord games are an enjoyable ride if you’re looking for evil-centered RPGs rather than the usual good guy plots.
Neverwinter Nights Series game preview

Neverwinter Nights Series

These 3rd person Dungeons & Dragons RPGs have you going through lengthy campaigns either solo or in multiplayer as you choose the race, class and more for your hero and explore and fight using mechanics based on the rule set of D&D. Apart from the base content there are also great community-made campaigns for you to enjoy.
Middle-Earth Series game preview

Middle-earth Series

In these gritty open-world action RPGs, you not only get to enjoy the main storylines, but you also get to make your own stories thanks to the innovative Nemesis system that brings loads of replay value. With an excellent combat system based on the one seen in the Batman Arkham series, you’ll get to slay countless Uruks as Talion. If an Uruk kills you, he gets promoted to the higher ranks and even remembers you when he sees you next time. Turn your enemies to your side with the help of Celebrimbor, an Elf Lord now a spirit helping Talion achieve the vengeance of his family. While Shadow of Mordor introduces the Nemesis system, Shadow of War improves upon it in every way, letting you form armies of Uruks to siege fortresses. If you’ve been looking for totally action-packed RPGs, then the Middle-earth games definitely won’t disappoint
STAR WARS - Knights of the Old Republic Series game preview

STAR WARS – Knights of the Old Republic Series

Not only are these the best Star Wars RPGs you will ever find, but they’re also one of the best RPGs out there, letting you do actions that determine whether you are on the light or the dark side. Your decisions can even affect your companions, causing them to come to the side you’re leaning on. Don’t miss out on these masterpieces especially if you’re a Star Wars fan.
Divinity II game preview

Divinity II

Divinity II is quite unique, in that you not only explore and battle on land, slaying dragons as a regular character, but you even get to transform into a dragon yourself. During conversations you may even be able to read into people’s minds, giving you new ways to tackle certain situations. Make many choices as you develop your dragon knight into the role that you wish.

Some Facts About Fable Series


Choose to build your legend as hero or villain in the vast and richly detailed fantasy world of Albion. Your actions will shape your destiny and decide the path you take. Recruit allies and followers and revel in your glory (or notoriety).

About the Game

  • Released: 14 Sep, 2004
  • Genre: Action, RPG
  • Platforms: PC, Xbox, Xbox 360, MacOS
  • Developer: Big Blue Box Studios
  • Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios
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System Requirements

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: Pentium III 1.4 GHz or Athlon equivalent
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 64 MB VRAM Shader capable 3D Video Card (GeForce3 Ti 200 + / Radeon 8500+ )
  • Storage: 3 GB

How Long to Beat

  • Main Story 13 Hours
  • Hours Main + Extra 20 Hours
  • Completionist 38 Hours
  • All Styles 18 Hours
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Fable II

Drop into an Albion where 500 years of time has seen the world evolve. Your actions will not only determine your alignment but also your character's appearance. Watch as your hero becomes thinner or fatter, taller, sweet and angelic, or dark and menacing. Work jobs to gain money. Woo a spouse and beget children.

About the Game

  • Released: 21 Oct, 2008
  • Genre: Action, RPG
  • Platforms: Xbox 360
  • Developer: Lionhead Studios
  • Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios

System Requirements


How Long to Beat

  • Main Story 13 Hours
  • Hours Main + Extra 24 Hours
  • Completionist 57 Hours
  • All Styles 23 Hours
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Fable III

Albion has entered the Industrial Age and the player must be at the forefront of a revolution to overthrow the tyranny of King Logan. After staging a coup d'etat, you must then manage the kingdom and encounter the problems of matching the promises made prior to your bid for power or to hoard the money for your own personal gain.

About the Game

  • Released: 26 Oct, 2010
  • Genre: Action, RPG
  • Platforms: PC, Xbox 360
  • Developer: Lionhead Studios
  • Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios

System Requirements

  • OS: Windows XP 32bit SP 3, Windows Vista 32/64bit, Windows 7 32/64bit
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2 GHz or AMD Athlon X2 4000+
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 7600 GT or ATI Radeon HD 2600 Pro
  • Storage: 12 GB

How Long to Beat

  • Main Story 13 Hours
  • Hours Main + Extra 26 Hours
  • Completionist 48 Hours
  • All Styles 22 Hours
  • Learn more
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