Reviews and Problems with Fable: The Lost Chapters
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Conclusion: At the end of the day Fable: The Lost Chapters still may not be “RPG-enough” to satiate the rabid fans that expected this game to live up to every little inkling of expectation that the gaming world had for it, but that doesn’t meant that there still isn’t a great story and tons of wonderful...
Excerpt: Ok, so here we are. With Fable 2 not due for release until the 27th October this year, I thought now might be a good time to grab that copy of Fable and get playing again. Fable: The Lost Chapters basically extends the storyline beyond where the previous title left off, which is a good thing.
Excerpt: Fable: The Lost Chapters has been largely successful in the console realm winning over many game fans by providing an original world to explore and a degree of complexity not normally available in console RPGs.
Excerpt: Role-playing fans yearning for a rich adventure will find much to engage them in Fable: The Lost Chapters. In the mystical land of Albion, the game will immerse players in a world where every action has a consequence, and players shape their destiny to rise to fame... or descend into infamy.
Excerpt: Fable was a major game for Xbox, and in many ways it was a disappointment: It was quick, and many of the insanely innovative game ideas we originally heard about were tamed into merely interesting or innovative ideas.
Pros: ups: New side-quests, weapons, beards, etc. Still a great game
Cons: downs: Needs more spells, seems directed at fans though newcomers are likely to enjoy it more