Summary: The game has a fairly complex economy system. Much more complex than I've seen in any other game. You can buy nearly every building in every city. There are exceptions, but not many. & when I say that, I mean it. You could probably count the buildings/structures you cannot buy on one hand.
Summary: this game continues the great story and gameplay weve come to expect from the fable games. variable weapons and magic spells are awesome. the only downside is that through all the excellent and sometimes challenging gameplay the ending comes up short. no spoilers but it proly on most gamers top 10 worst endings. id still highly reccomend it to any rpg fan.
Summary: For $15 it is a killer deal. And how many $15 games are going to have a real story, concept art blah blah blah? It is simply a fun game. And I don't understand how a game can have good replay value when the "novelty wears off quickly". You can fly around more if you look to a cover spot and press a while in flight, but that wouldn't really be a good idea would it?
Summary: The Good: Gorgeous presentation with an engaging story, lots more to do, your dog is a great companion, you can't die! The Bad: Even though there's more to do it's very tedious, story is still too short, light on the RPG elements Fable II is another Western RPG that really tries to use a lot of action mixed with RPG elements and tagging a good story in it.