Our protagonist is Cinderella, of course - everbody knows her story. Cindy underwent one of the most radical revisions of the major Fables characters, becoming a super-spy in the service of Fabletown, while operating under the cover of running a shoe store. It's not especially connected to her past backstory, which might make it seem a bit random, but Willingham in the past has been able to write a very plausible spy, and Roberson likewise proves up to the task. In this instance, Cindy is on the trail of a magical weapons shipment that has reportedly been sent into the Mundy world. In pursuit of her task, she travels to Dubai (the Las Vegas of the Middle East), and finds herself teamed up with none other than Aladdin, who is operating on behalf of the Arabian Fable world. The two form your typical spy movie duo, and proceed on the case. The result includes some follow-up on the "Arabian Nights (and Days)" story arc in the "Fables" title, as well as a reappearance by a certain important figure in Cinderella's past.
After the act, you discover that was the greatest, hottest moment with your partner... It was begun like usualy, like a furious volcanoe (yeah, for us, it's normal), and there is a detail who change all the sweet and sexy moment in a glorious act. Yeah, talk about orgasm, but not like usualy, it's a magic, precious instant... I hope you feel that sometimes...
Woooooo, after a good while of playing Rune Factory 3 I absolutely love it. The system is nice, the time advances even in buildings so you have to pace your work, the combat system is also a lot better than the past games. The system is definitely an improvement from it's predecessors. Hell, the weather system is also dynamic since it can change mid-day. Of course, that means hurricanes mid-day which are absolutely trolls. At least the game allows you to work during hurricanes as well as visit the other characters.
The party system is also very good, since you can now invite villagers to fight with you in dungeons and stuff. None of the villagers are any good at first until you've actually leveled them up or raised their stats by giving them certain items. Their favorite items of course heal them quite a bit.
The only problem I had was most likely the depth of the story, the dungeons are amazingly short. They could be longer, a lot longer. Of course, they give you another dungeon in the Sharance Tree that Micah, the main character, lives in. A randomly generated dungeon that can give items and can be used for general training, not farming of course.
If I had to say one thing it would be: If you ever play Rune Factory 3, you will never go back to 1, 2, or Frontier ever again. That's my opinion though.