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Fable Member Review for the Xbox

By:
deathsheep473
02/02/07
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE RPG 
PLAYERS
PUBLISHER Microsoft 
DEVELOPER Lionhead 
RELEASE DATE Out Now
M Contains Blood, Sexual Themes, Strong Language, Violence

What do these ratings mean?

You can't like this game. There is alot of gameplay and quests that never get old. There are many weapons to choose from and secret and ledgendary ones. As well as weapons you would find in everyday hero games, such as the katana and great axes, etc. etc. And lots of spells to choose from, that are upgradable throughout the game my personal favorite is beserk because you grow 4 x your size and can kick some major ass, but that's besides the points, this game has a seriously good amount of content to go through. Although I can't get enough of this game there is a awful ending, yes you get to choose wether to be good or evil for always and eternity and if you be evil u get a 1 hit kill sword but after that you cant learn anymore spells because its so hard to gain expierience because all the people you have killed throughout the game ARE NOW GONE, everyone in the guild just dies, just flat out.... DIES nothing left the shop, the rooms, and the bar are sealed off, all thats left is the portal to go to other places and the expierience spender all that is left for your to see is the library the cave to go to the chamber where you kill jack and the map when you first enter, but theres no more quests it just cuts off. So I would encourage you to buy the second one for the PC with a lot more stuff but I cant tell you go read that review. The brand new Fable 2 comes out very soon this holiday season i have already pre-ordered it and I can't wait to play it again. With the first one there were bar games you could have wives, have sex with them and whats wrong with that eh? You could buy houses, upgrade them, and then rent them out and be the millionaire you always wanted to. But the ending ruins it so im going to have to give it a B+

+Great graphics

+Good gameplay/quests

+Lots of spells and abilities to learn

+Loads of extra's

+Mini games.

+Buying shops, houses, have multiple wives, sleep with them, I don't see anything wrong with that.

+Become the next Donald Trump and own the whole town.

-A horrible ending

 


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