Conclusion: I thought it was your normal lottery game where you either won big or nothin. Keystone was the biggest problem for me. The problem I had was it took too long to finish each game. I know, I am a very impacient person . But, the rewards were very nice and it was helpful in Fable.
Excerpt: There has always been a slight problem with gambling video games, in that they take a real-world vice and invariably remove the most important ingredient: the chance to win or lose large sums of cash.
Excerpt: Fable II Pub Games was originally offered up as a free incentive for people who pre-ordered Fable II from select retailers. However, it is now chiefly only available to download from the Xbox Live Arcade for 800 MS Points (£6.80/$10.00), a surprisingly high figure given that it was originally given...
Excerpt: Fable II: Pub Games has been released for two reasons. Firstly, to raise awareness for the forthcoming Fable II, and secondly to provide a half-decent stream of income from a style of game that has proved to be very popular on the Xbox Live Arcade. That’s right – it’s time to get your gamble on.
Excerpt: Promoting new games can be difficult. Some game companies might release an endless barrage of videos or some have in-game add-ons if you pre-order from a specific retailers. While those methods might work for some, Lionshead Studios and Microsoft …
Conclusion: Next up is Keystone, which is similar to the casino dice game, craps. You roll three dice and are offered odds on various permutations, such as whether the dealer will throw a pair, a triple, an odd or even number.
Summary: Welcome to Los Santos; the place for moody cops, crying fake celebrities and downright hypocrites. Since 1997 when GTA 1 debuted on the PS1, Rockstar Games have treated us with London, San Andreas, China Town, Vice City and even Liberty City.
Pros: Full living world to explore, Switch control is fantastic, Plenty of things to participate in
Cons: Graphic texture pop ups, Delayed online mode yet explored, Miss the sights of Liberty City