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  • a Fable of good or evil

    TO all you X-Box owners... and those without, I would like to tell you HOW AMAZING and innovative this game "Fable" is, I mean for me this game does to the industry what GTA Vice city did, pushes the envelope in every way. The graphics are amazing, story and fighting, I love it. Give it a go, any one else that got it this weekend let me know what you think



    ~Everyday, All the Time, Without Fail!
    Tapp-d
    "I has puter, I isam dsgna?!"

  • #2
    What do you like about it exactly?

    "It's not cheating if you win."

    - A VERY wise person.

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    • #3
      To start, Freedom...Freedom to do good or bad as often as you want, when you want. You can slay a whole town, or get a local girl to love you, buy a house, settle down, maybe get a few wives in different towns, though that may make you evil, marry a man if thats your thing, your character ages, battle scars will show and stay on him, rob people, save them. Combat system is great, weild a sword, axe, mace, stick, bow, crossbow, pick, your choice, weild magic, or not.

      Quest based missions can help you bring the story line along. Great voices, unique actors and FUN playing.

      Longevity...about 100 hours of game play

      Replayability, go thru good once and evil the next, or try to keep a balance.

      So much in one game, I'll be up late every night playing



      ~Everyday, All the Time, Without Fail!
      Tapp-d
      "I has puter, I isam dsgna?!"

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      • #4
        Wish they'd release this for the PC. I have (I think) every game Peter Molenieux has put out; I really loved Black & White, and of course Populous on my old Amiga is still fun! [img]/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]

        Enjoy, looks like the rest of the world is, too!

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        However, feel free to check out my site, which always has new and interesting
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        • #5
          Got this game this last week as well.

          The total freedom is diffenatly a high point, through your actions determing your alignment to good and evil. Wicked.

          Then the bigger pain in the butt, the scars. If you do not block, you get these massive scars. You may think that the scars only have one or two skins, no. You can have scars over your eye, running from your forhead to your chin, three parrell scars running across your face. It is really wicked to look at, and such a pain. Those scars can just cover your face.

          Then the story is just as good as well. No where near done the game, but it is shaping up to be cool!
          Im never gonna get used to the 31st century. Caffeinated bacon? Baconated grapefruit? ADMIRAL Crunch?
          Fry, Futurama

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