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Fable

Platform(s): Arcade, Game Boy Advance, GameCube, Nintendo DS, PC, PSOne, PSP, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox, Xbox 360
Genre: Action

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by Thomas on April 3, 2003 @ 3:39 a.m. PST

As you embark on your adventure as a young, callow youth, you'll learn that something makes you different to all the others. You have a force of Will. During your adventures, you'll grow up, grow stronger, grow more powerful and eventually grow old. But how you grow is down to you. Use your sword a great deal and your muscles will build. Use ruthless cunning and refuse to care about others and you'll become evil. Use your force of Will and you'll become wizardlike and wise. Your character changes according to the way you play.

The mystical world of Albion is immense. Hidden ruins, huge towns, caverns and mountains all exist, and there are hundreds of characters, all growing and interacting, and all with their own artificial intelligence. Even the ones who aren't human. There is the option to ally with many of these characters, to learn what they know, to help or hinder them, to heal them or hack them to pulp.

You face tasks big and small, perilous and rewarding. And with every step, you decide where you'll go next, what you'll face, who you'll talk to and of course, who will feel the force of your Will or the edge of your sword. The game features innovative control and unparallel freedom. You don't have to sit through a word of storyline if you don't want, and you are always free to travel wherever you choose. When and how you tackle the immense, detailed and gripping battle against the forces of evil is always down to you.

Albion is a land of magic and a realm of Heroes. But as it faces the ultimate enemy, are you ready to be the biggest hero of all

Publisher: Microsoft Corp.
Developer: Lionhead Studios
Format: DVD for Xbox video game system
Availability: 2003


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