Fable® is a groundbreaking roleplaying-adventure game from Peter Molyneux, in which your every action determines your skills, appearance, and reputation. Create your life story from childhood to death.Read full description
Fable® is a groundbreaking roleplaying-adventure game from Peter Molyneux, in which your every action determines your skills, appearance, and reputation. Create your life story from childhood to death. Grow from an inexperienced adolescent into the most powerful being in the world. Choose the path of righteousness or dedicate your life to evil. Muscles expand with each feat of strength. Force of will increases with each work of wit. Obesity follows gluttony, and skin tans with exposure to sunlight and bleaches bone-white by moonlight. Earn scars in battle and lines of experience with age. Each person you aid, each flower you crush, and each creature you slay will change this world forever. Fable: Who will you be?
Forge a hero based on your actions: Age and evolve a hero or villain through the actions you choose and the path you follow--be it for good, evil, or in-between. Ply the way of the sword, and see your muscles bulge. Weave the dark arts, and witness power crackle at your fingertips. Skulk in the shadows, and watch your skin bleach.
Engage in intense real-time combat: Collect battle scars as you duel with a world of cunning foes and deadly creatures. Master an array of deadly weaponry as you hone the art of blade-craft. Hunt your quarry using subterfuge and stealth. Weave death from the elements, as you harness the dark arts of the arcane.
Build your living legend: Through deeds and actions, build a name for yourself across the land. Recruit allies and followers. Gain glory or notoriety. Make friends and enemies. Interact with a living world of people, places, and event all reactive to you. Hero or butcher? Who will you be?
Explore and shape a living, evolving world: Champion or manipulate an ever-changing land with competitive and cooperative heroes, dynamic weather systems, and deformable environments. Interact with teeming cultures, creatures, and citizens from various towns and cities. Hone your character with scores of unique skills and extras: Master new abilities and add possessions as you develop.
Never play the same game twice: Once you finish your adventure, go back and try the experience again, forging your character and thereby a new tale with unexpected twists and turns, new skills, powers, influences, allies and enemies.
Expanded content and tones of new choices: Discover additional regions, storylines, and side quests – as well as new optional missions. More spells to master, new armor and weapons, and even new monsters to use them on!
Fable: The Lost Chapters © 2005 Lionhead Studios Limited. All rights reserved. Lionhead, the Lionhead logo, and Fable are registered trademarks owned by Lionhead Studios Limited. Published and distributed by Microsoft Corporation. © 2005 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, the Microsoft Game Studios logo, Windows, and Xbox are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries.
Fable was the first instalment of this series that I played and it blew my mind at the time of it's release. World is big and there are plenty of quests to do. Just keep in mind that this game might be considered as classic nowadays as it was released more than 10 years ago therefore it will look poor in terms of presentation and gameplay when comparison to today's standards. Worth to check out nevertheless.
Interesante Hermoso Atrapante Maravilloso Esas son las palabras que mejor definen a Fable: The Lost Chapters. Un juego de rol como ningun otro. Empezamos como un ni?o que vive en una aldea peque?a y que al pasar de los a?os se va convirtiendo en lo que puede ser el mayor heroe de toda la historia.... o el mayor villano de toda la historia, eso, lo decides tu. El juego tiene un sistema de moralidad que hace que cada personaje que ayudes cambie todos los eventos que te pueden pasar en el futuro, por ejemplo si ayudas a un bandido a matar a un guardia entonces tu personaje poco a poco se tornara en alguien malvado pero si ayudas a un anciano a recorrer el bosque entonces se tornara en un personaje bueno. La historia empieza floja pero poco a poco empieza a tomar pie y debo decir, es una de las mejores narrativas que he visto, la cual puede cambiar con respecto a tus acciones claro. Sucesos inesperados, personajes que nunca creiamos que volveriamos a ver, historias de aldeanos bastante interesantes y atrapantes. Yo recomiendo que se hagan todas las misiones secundarias ya que algunas de ellas ademas de que te dan mas experiencia y oro tienen historias muy buenas. Uno de sus peores puntos son los mapas, son DEMASIADO lineales y cerrados, casi que te ponen 2 paredes y una flecha que te indica a donde ir (en sentido figurado claro esta). Otra cosa bastante criticable es su musica, esta no hace otra cosa que cumplir con su cometido que es dar una atmosfera al ambiente pero lo hace de una manera muy forzada porque a veces es incluso molesta y puede hacer que termines muteando los speakers o quitandote los audifonos. Graficamente el juego esta bastante decente, no tiene malos graficos pero tampoco son increibles, estan bien para su epoca (recordemos que este juego salio hace casi 10 a?os). Del 1 al 10 yo le daria un: 9.3 Muy bueno y te quedas con ganas mas. Ademas, si no te alcanza suficiente dinero para Skyrim la mejor opcion es Fable: The Lost Chapters.
What i love about fable is that you can choose. you can choose to kill a person or not. this is the ultimate test of your character because you will get rewarded for both being good and bad. The game does not force you to be one thing and that will sometimes be the most difficult thing to deal with. what you do is up to you and you can choose.
It does not feel as open world as many other good RPGs. I am a huge fan of open world RPGs and was excited to get Fable. It was enjoyable, I loved the character customization and the ability to have a life in the cities. But it did not feel as open world as many other RPGs that I enjoy, and there were not as many missions as I would have liked. The gameplay was not bad, but not terribly memorable. I had some good times, but it is not an RPG that I continuously want to come back to.
It's as was foretold in the title thing. This game has a great setup, a huge and fantastic world, a great story with what at the time was a stunningly deep morality system. It also has some great "British" humor, enjoyable quests, and fun characters. The biggest problem is the gameplay. It's not terrible, but it's not exactly fun either. The controls are clunky and you move like you're on roller blades. The combat is ok, but gets old fast. Luckily, everything else kept me interested throughout.
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