Fable: Lost Chapters (PC) Reviews
Product Type: Microsoft PC games
Description:Model ID 0088222404281 / Genre: Action / Publisher: Microsoft / Platform(s): Windows / ESRB Rating: M - (Mature) / Media: CD-ROM / Based on the ... more
Fable: Lost Chapters (PC) ... best-selling award-winning Xbox title Fable, Fable: The Lost Chapters is now fully optimized for the Windows platform complete with expanded content, greater customization, new quests and enhanced graphics. In this groundbreaking role-playing adventure game from Lionhead Studios, your every action determines your character's skills, appearance and morality. Your character's life story is created from childhood through to adulthood and on to old age. Grow from an inexperienced child into the most powerful being in the world, spoken of by all and immortalized in legend. As additional story and side quests await, choose the path of righteousness, or dedicate your life to evil, and see yourself transform into a reflection of your actions and decisions. Age leaves you wizened and battle leaves you scarred as you explore the world of Albion and the plethora of expanded and enhanced content.
Newest Review: ... tone, it is still an entertaining game even if it will leave you wanting a lot more for your money. Those looking for an ... more
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Customer Fable: Lost Chapters (PC) Reviews (6)
by - written on 16/12/09 (Very useful, 2 readings)
Fable is not an RPG that re-invents the wheel; it is not the groundbreaking RPG that Final Fantasy 7 was, but it is rather fun and brings a welcome level of customisation that the genre has not as much seen before. Primarily the game is an action RPG, and although it is rendered very minor due to its short play time and light tone, it is still an entertaining game even if it will leave you wanting a lot more for your money. Those looking for an original plot might want to check elsewhere, for it's your typical story of a young boy who grows to become a hero. The only interesting nuance is that you can either be a "good guy" or a "bad guy", ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/04/09 (Very useful, 19 readings)
Every game and movie has a hero, wether good or evil. But how exactly did they end up that way? Well, with Fable, you get to experience this firsthand. You begin as a child whose family gets killed when his village gets attacked, but what happens next? Well that's up to you. Do you become a noble warrior, vanquishing all evil? Or do you become evil itself; murdering and stealing your way to power? Or do you do a combination of the two? It's all up to you, but that's really as far as the game goes customisation-wise. You character's appearance and stats change as you do different activities (using magic will give your character white hair, whilst ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/08, updated on 01/09/08 (Very useful, 23 readings)
You start the game as a young boy having to escape from a fire started by bandits who are slaughtering everyone in your village including your parents. Luckily once you escape you're safe and you will then begin your journey. Your character will age as the game goes on and like in Knights of the Old Republic, your character's appearance will change to reflect your actions. However in Fable it doesn't end there, the world will also change to reflect your actions. Fable has a sense of humour about it which is quite refreshing in a game of this style. One of the flaws with it however is that once you've completed the missions there's really not a lot ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/08 (Useful, 25 readings)
Now this is a diamond in the ruff. Its not the story that makes it, it's what you can do in the game. The story is about a young child in a small town called Oakvill, the town is invaded by bandits and most of you're family get killed. Then you are enrolled into a "Hero's Guild" which is where you train to become a great fighter. Then you must battle oversized Wasp's, Bandits and scary looking Ghosts, for revenge over you're family's death. The graphics are abit tacky and undermade but the what you can do compensates for it, you can choose if you want to commit bad deeds or good deeds, with bad deeds you end up with devil horns and baldness and the good ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/12/08 (Useful, 12 readings)
You start of as a boy who loses his family in Oakvale by bandits. He then gets taken in the guild and is trained to become a hero. This game offers you the choice of becoming good or evil, much like Lionhead's Black & White, villagers and travelers will either fear you or love you from this. There are several choices in Fable which affects your morality and other events in the future. The game play is very easy to control and the fighting is fun, the graphics are a little rough but they're still decent. The story is very well done and there are quite a few shocking twists in the game. There are other things to keep you busy other than the main story, such as ... Read the complete review
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