Discrimination at its peak! According to ex-art director of Lionhead, Microsoft didn't let them put up a black woman on the cover of Fable II.
Did you know that over $75-million was allegedly spent on Fable Legends? Or that Lionhead was going to be called Red Eye? Here are six interesting facts...
Company apparently said, "You can't have a black person on the cover, and you can't have a woman. And you want a black woman."
Remember when Fable Legends was revealed to genuine ire and everyone pretty much said they didn't want to play it?
EuroGamer has put together the in-depth history of Lionhead, revealing how Microsoft embraced the studio and gave the original Fable the kiss of life
Lionhead Studios once pitched a darker and grittier Fable 4 to Microsoft that was to be M-rated and be set in late-Victorian London.
Rumors are speculating that Microsoft closed Fable developer Lionhead Studios after turning down "several potential buyers"