Reviews and Problems with Fable: The Lost Chapters
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Great Value, Instant Classic and Great Storyline for a Game!
24 January 2014
Summary: An Xbox Classic that anyone wouldn't want to have in their collection. The game itself has a great feel and graphics for it's time and era. The game involves action, adventure, fantasy and role-playing all wrapped in one story line! However the game can be shortly lived if you rush through the main quests without partaking the side quests. So be prepared to try to take your time and explore the entire world!
Summary: In Fable, every action determines your skill, appearance, and reputation. From childhood to death, you'll age and evolve a hero or villain through the actions you choose and the path you follow--be it good, evil, or in between. Your muscles expand with each feat of strength; your body becomes fatter with gluttony; your skin tans with exposure to sunlight; and your battle wounds turn into scars.
Summary: The first time I played Fable, I was blown away. I had never quite played a game like Fable, especially on the Xbox. The openness of the games world and the morality system made it seem like there were endless possibilities within the game. This isn't the case of course but that was the feeling that I had when I played it. Years later, I purchased the game again and played back through it.
Summary: Great Game This is a Must Buy if your thinking of getting this game Get this version "The Lost Chapters" cause it has many new features compared to the original and its even much longer then the original as well New Weapons New quests Ect.
Summary: I'm new to XBOX 360, and this game was originally made for the XBOX, but it still plays wonderfully on the 360. The game was exactly as described...brand new and still in its cellophane case. It's nice to know that Microsoft is backwards compatible whereas our PS3 is not. This is a role-playing game where you start out very young, and through various quests and towns and so on, you age and acquire many skills.
Summary: Fable is by far one of the best mystical rpg games on console. It has a great combat triangle and leveling system. Also it combines the edge-of-your-seat action with an adventure with many side quests. The game also has a very unique system of good vs evil factor which effects your character. This game is awesome.
Summary: They game was in excellent condition better then what they seller had said in fact. I loved the game when I originally owned it before my brother stole it. Create a character and run him through several quests building him up for the fights of lifetimes. Your choice shape how oyu look, and others view you. Buy weapons and augment them, talk to mysterious doors, and kick some Troll but. You know your usual RPG stuff, but in Lionhead's unique transforming way.
Summary: Not long after I got my original Xbox, I bought Fable. The game is tons of fun. Lots of customization, different quests, and you can play it so many different ways, be it straight-up melee, using a bow & arrow for range, or be a magic-user. And with those also comes the morality side of gameplay. You can choose to play good or evil. And each choice affects the way everyone looks at you, be it with fear or admiration. Then, about a year later, came The Lost Chapters.
Summary: Fable is a great rpg game for the classic xbox console. With real-time fighting and a well-developed plot, it's definitely up on the list with KOTR of my favorite xbox games of all time. There are lots of side quests that can keep you occupied for hours. Awesome game. Get it.
Summary: The original Fable for the Xbox platform (playable on 360) is a great RPG that sets the stage for one of the greatest game lines ever. You will find yourself addicted to the game play and story line. Everything that you do changes your character, and therefore you will find yourself thinking about your decisions in one way or another. Overall a very good game, especially for its time.