Fable co-creator says we have Devil May Cry to thank for the RPG’s world

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The original Fable could have looked very different if it wasn’t for Devil May Cry. Yes, that Devil May Cry. It’s an incredibly unlikely pairing, but one that co-creator Dene Carter recently cited as a driving force behind the world of Albion, changing the trajectory of Fable’s universe.

Carter took to Twitter to talk about the hack-and-slash’s influence on Lionhead’s RPG, offering some sage advice for today’s developers. “I’m sure everyone knows this hack already, but I’m going to talk…

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