3 November 2010 8:23 AM, PDT | thetorchonline | See recent thetorchonline news »

In the last two weeks, I've played a lot of Fable III, both in single-player and multiplayer mode. I've become the Queen of Albion twice, made a lot of money, been insulted by gnomes, figured out the secret to dying my hair blond (use the cream color, not the yellow one), and discovered The Ice Maiden gun that rewards me for sleeping with 15 men and killing 200 of them (uh, no thanks). I've also received more marriage proposals than The Bachelor. Any guy (and it's always a guy) who asks to join my game inevitably proposes within two minutes. Every time. This isn't because my character is so fantastic — although she is — but because you get an achievement for marrying another player, and there are almost no women in Fable 3's multiplayer world. »

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