Reviews and Problems with Fable: The Lost Chapters
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Fable Xbox game
9 December 2010
Summary: I purchased the game because its the first game of its series, the cost and the vintage was important factor as well. Now since I've played Fable (1) and (2) my plan is to purchase the newest release of the video game. I really can't find any issues with the game for it played fine with no problems. The description of the game was accurate and the seller stated it fine.
Summary: I like this game because while the story line doesn't change the side quests, demon doors, and weapons and armor you can upgrade and fiddle around with are some of the bests interactions of there time and are still now. With Fable 2 having dropped a release date and with new story lines and a new engine its running under the game is set for ve high expectations with the releases of GOW2 coming out soon
An excellent premise is marred by subpar execution
25 March 2007
Summary: Developed by Peter Molyneux's studio Big Blue Box, the world anticipated what was touted as the most ingenious and compelling title to reach the XBOX to date. Molyneux promised an immersive world, a seamless battle mechanic and game-play which works fluidly and without any outward "number crunching". Fable's premise deals with the Heroes of Albion. You play as a young child who had his home ransacked by pillagers.
Summary: From every wrong doing to each good deed you do around albion will change your characters looks and personality. If you are evil from cruel brutality,children will run and you learn the more vulgar expressions, if you are good,people will adore you and you learn common courtesy like saying "sorry", or "thank you." If you get a major wound in the game, it stays with you forever, if you get scratches from the balverines claws, it leaves a large scratch mark.
Summary: Overall Fable is a really good game. Just like the commercials say every action you take in the game affects your characters appearance. The one thing that annoys me about this game is it does have some linearity in quest. Of course you can take side quest but they are not as great as the main quest. Also the Guild master is constantly reminding you to do the main quest. The battle system is pretty good however select your magic spells wisely.
Summary: I think this is a very good game. Its fun the graphics are good. Also there are alot of cool features. You age with time. You get scars from battles. And evrything you do can change you. Now what sucks about this game. It is way to short. The story line is not all that great. WAY WAY WAY TO SHORT......A great rental.....
Summary: This game was hyped up to be the next great rpg, but when it came out the lenth was nothing more then an action/adventure game. That being said the rest of the game was an absolute blast. Many different fighting options along with a cool storyline and the ability to be what you want gave this game great replay value.
Summary: Graphics are not nearly as intense as todays XBox games. Music is annoying after a while. Now that I have illuminated the negative, I can gladly skip to the multitude of positives about this game. You play a young child who must survive the devastating loss of his parents and the burning of his town. He must learn to become a warrior in this unique game play environment.
Conclusion: Wow, I never thought that they would accomplish such an amazing rpg! And what more, this new sequel costs as much as the previous game! The downpart about this game is that the audio gets miscunstrood sometimes and the graphics wouldn't get as much of a good rating as the gameplay.
Summary: There's not much to say really, Its fable but with some extras and it makes the experience an even better one than before with more missions, locations and items to discover, I would defiantly recommend any fable fan have this in there collection of games.