Reviews and Problems with Fable: The Lost Chapters
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I owned the original xbox fable. Issue with running under win64 systems
9 February 2015
Summary: The game is exactly the original xbox fabel that includes the added content with the lost chapters. May take time adjusting to using a keyboard for movement as opposed to the xbox controller. Major issue comes with running this game on a 64 bit OS (win7x 64 bit or win 8).
Summary: I love this game and the series, so I didn't think twice about buying it. I'm not sure if its my computer or the disk, but the fourth disk in the sleeve made an awful noise and wouldn't finish downloading even after 45 minutes of waiting.
Summary: This video game was not to bad but did not seem to meet the expectations set by the previous games. The graphics are very well done but if your buying this for a computer without a mouse, you will have some difficulties navigating.
Summary: I have been on a quest. A quest to find the next RPG that was as deep, complex and engaging at Planescape Torment. After a brief stop in Fable's world of Albion, my quest continues. It's not that Fable is a bad game. The game has a lot more character than a simple hack and slash like Diablo.
Summary: When I bought it I was hoping for Morrowind with more features. What I got was a very pretty game, with some new features, but was too short, didnt have enough story, was way more linear than advertised, was too easy and too expensive.
Summary: Starts good but loses steam pretty fast. I still don't know how the melee combat system works - switched to an archer for most of the game. The game is borderline challenging to keep us hooked for a while. But it becomes somewhat easier in the later stages.
Excerpt: Fable is not an RPG that re-invents the wheel; it is not the groundbreaking RPG that Final Fantasy 7 was, but it is rather fun and brings a welcome level of customisation that the genre has not as much seen before.