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|Rating:||M - Mature||Platform:||Microsoft Xbox 360|
|Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)||Game Name:||Fable II|
Return to the vibrant world of Albion in this follow-up to 2004's Fable. Acclaimed developer Peter Molyneux has crafted an action role-playing game filled with moral choices, allowing you to create an altruistic or evil character based on your decisions. You begin the game as a boy or girl and will eventually mature into an adventurous adult. Explore the lush countryside, fight bandits, slay foul creatures, venture into mysterious dungeons, marry, or raise a family. Your fortune amassed during your travels can be spent on houses, castles, taverns, clothing, equipment, tattoos, and more. Your actions will literally change and shape the world, and the townsfolk will react accordingly.
The setting takes place 500 years after the original game, enabling you to use guns in combat as well as swords, bows, and spells. Fast-paced combos can be strung together by alternating between magical, ranged, and melee attacks. Fable II also features a canine companion that will perform tricks, dig up treasure, and protect you in combat. Cooperative play is supported via Xbox Live, allowing a friend to seamlessly join your world at any time. Xbox Live subscribers can also build their fortunes outside of the main game by playing Xbox Live Arcade's Fable II Pub Games. Money and prizes earned while playing the three games of chance can be transferred to your character. Acquire too much debt, however, and "collectors" might come looking for you.
The Platinum Hits version of Fable II includes additional content not found in the original release. Included along with the game are the first two add-ons that were previously available as digital downloads on Xbox Live: "Knothole Island" and "See the Future." Both add-ons add new locales to explore, additional costumes and items, and all-new quests to complete.
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||80168479|
|Product Key Features|
|Platform||Microsoft Xbox 360|
|Game Name||Fable II- Platinum Hits, Fable II|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1-2|
|ESRB Rating||M - Mature|
|ESRB Descriptor||Blood, Language, Sexual Content, Use of Alcohol, Violence|
|Game Name Special Features||
|Game Name Series||Fable Series|
|Game Name Edition||Platinum Hits|
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If you love games like Myst, you will love this game. I do.
I don't play many role playing games because most of them have too many fighting seines that I can't do well enough to pass but this game is fantastic for me. If it holds the interest of a 50+ year old women it has got to be good.I've played all the Myst games for PC and loved them. The kids talked us into getting the x-box and recommended this game. Beautiful scenery to look at, easy maneuvering of my character, an no dying during a fight and have to start over again make this the perfect game. I hate to see it end, but can't wait to start on Fable III.
Albion is a world that's extremely difficult to pull away from once you get tangled up in its charmingly irresistible net. In Fable II's magical land, you'll come across crass gargoyles mocking your foul-smelling breath, nasty trolls erupting from the middle of luscious green pastures, and flirtatious women pleading with the local hero to put a ring on their naked fingers. This is a place that seems to exist whether you're actually playing or not, which makes it all the more compelling when you become one of its virtual citizens. The simple combat and predictable story make the early moments feel slight--as if the whole adventure will lack the depth needed to truly suck you into its spell. But once your initial doubt fades away, you're left with a meticulously crafted world that demands exploration, makes you laugh out loud, and urges you to experience all the incredible details waiting to be discovered. Fable II starts when you're just a small child. Although your childhood doesn't follow the typical RPG path of burned homes and murdered parents, it encompasses a unique tragedy that provides the backbone for the rest of your adventure. Your path is one of vengeance; you'll spend the journey recruiting fellow heroes as you attempt to destroy the ultimate evil threatening Albion. The story is one of the weakest aspects because it focuses on your choices without creating interesting characters of its own, but it does provide a few powerful scenes. There is one section in which your morality will be put to the test, and the severity of your choices is on full dramatic display. During another scene, you're given a glimpse at the main character's fondest dreams, and the simple yearnings combined with the enchanting visuals leave a lasting impression. The lack of meaningful character interaction and development is the reason the story often falls flat. Key moments are acted out in monologue form, where one character will babble on about your destiny while you silently listen. It's unfortunate that you cannot give your character a voice during the adventure. Your interaction with others is confined to a series of expressions that help you convey your feelings but provide little actual discourse. While it is certainly amusing using these often lewd expressions to get your point across, it decreases your attachment to the rest of the world. It's hard not to laugh when you perform an elaborate hand-puppet display as your wife storms out of your house, but because the citizens of Albion are pretty one dimensional, it's difficult to get really attached to any of them. Human interaction seems to exist solely to provide laughs, though there is one emotional link to Albion that is quite powerful. You have a loyal dog that will follow you everywhere. His main role is that of a furry metal detector, barking excitedly whenever he spots a treasure. His need to alert you of hidden goods before you have a chance to find them for yourself takes away some of the thrill of discovery, but it's hard to be mad at him when he rolls on his back or chases his tail. You can comfort your dog when something scares him, play fetch using a rubber ball, and even teach him tricks from dog-training books. It may not seem like much, but you’ll definitely miss him and his antics when he’s gone.
One of my favorite Video Games
Fable 2 is probably in my opinion the best Fable game in the series. I also enjoy the first one and the third one, they are all my favorites but Fable 2 is my first choice, then Fable 3 then Fable 1!
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : rust49
Great game from my childhood for an extremely low price for it. Works perfectly, barely any signs of use on it. Only thing is that Microsoft made the Xbox One to only read it as the base game, but that has nothing to do with this seller mans. Love you, bruv
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : thegametree
It's everything I wanted.
I had the game, but the disk apparently got damaged and the game kept freezing on me. So I had to get another. Thank you very much.
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : decluttr_store