In Kinect titles Fable: The Journey will be available either incontrast to the regular Fable parts no shot and melee weapons - atleast not in the hands of the player. Lead developer Peter Molyneuxexplains this decision as: "We could have installed meleeweapons, but if one thing I hate melee, and also regarding firearms,then expect the human brain, one of those things kind recoil. When Iswing a weapon and some meet them on the screen, then rich graphicsand sound is not easy. We could make it so, as in The Legend ofZelda: Twilight Princess are working effectively. Come [there] is notso important what you do with yourself - what you see on screen iswhat counts. But I wanted them to feel the players really powerfulthat it's about you and your power. The thing about magic is thatnobody has a clue how she feels. So: no guns,
So far there has Fable: The Journey tosee just a trailer. In which the player drives a horse drawn carriagethrough Albion and fights with gnomes and similar spells. PeterMolyneux emphasized Fable: The Journey is not a rail shooter butoffers a great deal of (moving) Freedom. Fable: The Journey to appearin 2012 for Xbox 360 Kinect.