Reviews and Problems with Fable: The Lost Chapters
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An old classic that just gets better all the time.
16 February 2014
Summary: Ever wish that your choices could mean more? Well, here you go. Not much to really say about this dazzling Hero or Villain game other than that your choices will reflect whether you become a Hero, or a Villain. Either way you're referred to as a Hero, but the evil undertones are completely removed and you're given horns after you've done enough bad deeds.
Summary: It was fun. My roommate recommended it and it was inexpensive, so I gave it a try. It was pretty good. Not incredibly memorable, but captivating enough at the time. A good and cheap way to pass some hours. Gameplay was pretty fun, graphics are somewhat dated, but fine. There's a nice balance of humor in the game, and the story was so-so. If you're looking looking for something to keep you busy until witcher 3 comes out this might be good.
Summary: I really loved Fable 2, so I decided to try the first game on my PC. Really great for an old game! The storyline is a lot more involved than I was expecting too. I recommend the game, but I kind of wish I'd bought the disc instead. I've had several problems with the Steam part; First I didn't know steam was required before purchase, so after I paid I found out I have to download a whole new program before I can download the game, which takes up more room on my computer.
Summary: the return to albion was smoother than I expected, I had it back on the xbox but never had the lost chapters so playing through it again I was reminded a little of what things were like back in the day
Summary: when the xbox first came out i was estatic but unfortunately i wasnt old enough to play this title yet. :/ and when i did get old i ended up buying a ps3 over a xbox 360 so i didnt play the sequels. still i never lost my curiousity for the series and now after all these years i decided to try the pc version. although the graphics are dated compared to what we play now, it does not change the fact that this game is AWESOME.
Summary: For a 2005 PC game, this one has a lot to offer for the casual gamer. If you are into MMORPGs, this one won't do it. But for offline rpgs you'll find that this game has many advantages: * Be good or evil. Your choice. * Great background history. * Side quests both fun and interesting. * Customizable character (during the game). * Interesting features that many games won't have like getting married, buying houses for rent, getting a divorce..
Interesting title from the makers of black and white
Brooding Squall, Amazon
8 July 2008
Summary: Originally bought this game for a class, but I was immediately engrossed in the game-play and logged 15+ hours on it. It features a simple enough third person interface and is really quite enjoyable to play. Combat gets a tad repetitive sometimes and the choices that you are able to make are over-hyped, as your alignment can be readily changed and there are no serious game-play differences between the two extremes.