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Fable 2 Platinum Hits -Xbox 360

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4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (139 customer reviews)

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Edition: Platinum
  • Allows you to live the life you choose in the newly expanded open world of Albion.
  • Set 500 years after the original.
  • Epic story and innovative real-time gameplay
  • Massive amount of freedom and choice to explore a vast collection of dungeons, catacombs, and taverns in the world of Albion.
  • Fight with ease.
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Edition: Platinum
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002Q21X7Y
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.6 inches ; 4.5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: January 6, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (139 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,432 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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Edition: Platinum


Fable 2 is the anticipated sequel to the popular original that sold more than 3 million copies. Created by famed game designer Peter Molyneux, Fable 2 for Xbox 360 features an epic story that picks up 500 years after the first game. It offers an open world environment giving players a massive amount of freedom to explore and play as they please, with every decision made contributing to the game itself.

Fable 2

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Gameplay Modes:
Single player, offline cooperative multiplayer, online cooperative multiplayer.

The new combat system lets you master different fighting styles. View larger.

You are free to roam the world of Albion any way you like. View larger.
Every Choice Has Its Consequences
Fable 2 provides players with a truly immersive experience where a virtually limitless number of choices can be made, all of which have their own consequences, making each game unique. When you start the game, you choose either to play the role of a boy or girl, and depending on your choices, the hero will grow up to be tall or short, good or evil. Players can get married and have children; female player characters will become pregnant, which will then be reflected by their physical appearance.

Early in the game, players are presented with a stray dog for a best friend, who will need to be fed and loved, and will accompany the player throughout his or her life. Depending on the player, the dog will change appearance and assist him or her in various ways, such as alerting of impending dangers and attacking enemies.

Players inhabit the world of Albion and are free to roam the land to as they please. Players can use different expressions to communicate with others, such as taunting and laughing, and even belching or farting.

As the players grow, so does Albion, reflecting the choices that were made earlier in the game. Every house, hut, castle, and dungeon can be purchased if the player wishes. Players can buy up all the land in a town and can become mayor, king, and even emperor of the entire land.

Fable 2 presents a dynamic and free-roaming world that doesn't demand a player to take any one set path. At the same time, players seeking a plot line will find an epic story and quest that they can follow if they wish, along with many side adventures.

Fight Using Different Weapons and Magic
Fable 2 introduces a new combat system that allows for mastery of hand weapons, such as swords, long range weapons such as cross-bows and guns, and, of course, magic. Players improve at each discipline with time, and can combine different combat styles when they fight. Other advanced design features include tactical positional advantages that can bring new strategic elements into combat.

Bring Other Players into Your World
Fable 2 has a multiplayer mode that allows you to bring other players into your own world. Consistent with the rest of the game, the actions of these other players can be permanent and affect your world. You can explore and fight together with these other players, share treasures, and even fight each other.

Note: Fable 2 will not ship with Online Co-op mode. An update with this functionality is rumored to be released shortly after the launch of the game.

Xbox LIVE Arcade Mini-Games
Gamers can play minigames through Xbox LIVE Arcade and earn currency that can be used in Fable 2 to purchase weapons, armor, and other items for the hero.

Fable 2 is rated M for having mature content that may be suitable for persons ages 17 and older.

Depending on your choices, the protagonist can turn out wildly different -- male, female, good, evil, and more.

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Fable II is the highly anticipated sequel to the wildly successful original that sold more than three million copies, offering even more choices and building on the core gameplay theme of Fable, where your every decision continually defines who you become.

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64 of 72 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful Graphics and Addicting Gameplay February 9, 2010
Edition:Platinum|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Let me be the first to say that this is not a game for the casual gamer who wants to just pick something up and button mash. It's a mix of action & role playing with an added twist...moral consequences for your actions. Meet people, find treasure, start a family, gain power, customize your appearance, learn new abilities, become loved as a hero or feared as a villian....there are limitless variables which accompany the main storyline. Granted I didn't play Fable on the original XBOX, but I've never played anything quite like this. I really like the fact that despite the games complexity, you don't need a strategy guide....things are intuitive and the game will lead you in the right direction (using the "golden trail".

I'd guess I'm currently over halfway through the main quest. I have maintained a fairly moral path. I look forward to playing the game through again making immoral choices and gaining renown through villiany. Yes, I haven't completed the game yet and am looking forward to playing again.....high replay value IMO.

The Platinum Hits edition comes with both expansions, which make it the best value for someone who doesn't own a previous release of the game. This one has been worth every penny.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars so close yet so far away June 22, 2010
By Kr155
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
Pros: To start with the game is beutiful. the style is the closest you will get to playing a charles dickens novel. and except for the abrupt ending the game has a pretty great story that manages to hook you in the beginning take into account your actions through the game. the way your characters appearance changes based on how you fight, moral choices, the type of food you eat is pretty awsome.

Cons: secrets tend to hide worthless items. Money is so easy to come by that you won't struggle buying anything, and vendor equipment is typically better than the legendary equipment you find out in the world. bassically the game gives you all kinds of optional puzzles to solve, but all they give you for finding and completing them is a Pie or a gold necklace. The game is short for an RPG.
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31 of 38 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing! August 15, 2010
Edition:Platinum|Verified Purchase
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Fable II for those who don't know is an Xbox only open world RPG which sends the player through the beautiful peaceful yet corrupt kingdom of Albion.

For starts the Game play is very fluid yet youll have to get used to it.
unlike most RPG titles your character does not "level up" , but instead using another system of doing so.
after killing any kind of target victim in the game they will leave behind orbs of experience which you must accumulate by holding RT.
Experience is divided into four categories : Strength , General , Will , And Skill. Strength improves the usage of any melee weapon , Skill improves the usage of any range weapon , will improves use of magic , while general helps with all kinds of combat.
skill and strength experience is used to buy new kinds of talents for melee and ranged weapons while will XP will be used to buy new magic talents , any kind of talent has more than one level.
Combat being a big aspect of the game if your traveling is pretty simple and straight forward.
the X button stands as your melee attack which if mashed continuously your character will perform basic swinging attacks , The Y button stands as your ranged attack , Hold or press B to use Will (magic).

like most RPG games Fable will have a line of main quest along with many optional side quest.

one major aspect of fable is the simulation of true life in the game think "The Sims" meets W.O.W.
For starters your player has an expression wheel ranging from Social , Fun , Flirty (not available when interacting with children) , Scary , and insulting which will affect how people look at you make some hate you others love you , expressions can be used during any point of the game.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful and fun but not as compelling as Dragon Age August 17, 2011
Edition:Platinum|Verified Purchase
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
To put things concisely I loved the look and feel of Fable II and enjoyed the moderate complexity of the combat but was a bit disappointed by the role playing aspect.

Looks. Goodness is Fable II beautiful. The scenery and buildings are gorgeous. The lighting and change of light throughout the day and in different weather is amazing. The whole experience is stunningly atmospheric. The npc's and enemies are fairly diverse though more variation in facial features (particularly of the female characters which don't benefit from the wide assortment of facial hair varieties) would be nice. As for customizing your own character, Fable II rocks. Furthermore your character's looks change based on what skills you develop and how you behave. Brilliant. It's a little annoying that getting stronger just means getting huge rather than getting more cut and lean muscle and regardless of whether you play a male or female character, but overall this is a really innovative and fun feature.

Combat is fun. I'm not a big video game combat junky and I don't like to have to carefully aim or time everything I do in order to survive a fight. If you like that you have the opportunity to focus on skills that allow it, however. I, on the other hand, enjoyed using easily targeted or area effect will (magic) combat. Overall it's rather satisfying.

Then there is the RPG element. Granted, it's the best I've seen other than Mass Effect and Dragon Age, but those two games seem to blow every other RPG out of the water as far as interactive storytelling goes. Those RPG's feel like a video game choose your own adventure novel. You get to actually have conversations with people and the choices you make can have a huge effect on how people treat you and how the game plays out. I was hoping for something similar with Fable II and didn't get it. I guess that is the difference in what I'd term a 4 star and a 5 star RPG. Certainly worth playing nonetheless.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome Game
I bought this game for my boyfriend because he had been talking about it and he really likes it so I'm happy he's happy
Published 1 month ago by kelsey
5.0 out of 5 stars Great game so good
Fable 2 is simply a classic. Better than fable 3 fo sho and better than the original, although the original is quite good as well. Read more
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The Fable games are one of the best RPGS series of video games around. Especially fantasy RPGS, nothing comes close except the Elder Scrolls series...in short its a must have! Read more
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fun: Sword and Musket
Fable is meant to be fun, and its successor is moreso. There are MANY easter eggs buried in this game, including gargoyles that insult you like the French in Monty Python's Search... Read more
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5.0 out of 5 stars Favorite game ever
I have beaten this game 5-6 times, and continue to replay...there are different ways you can play and it never gets old!
Published 2 months ago by Suzi
5.0 out of 5 stars love it
I love it because It's awesome game! It was awesome biggest world of Fable I seen! Thanks for give game to me, Amazon!
Published 2 months ago by robert boyd
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Buy!
the game works well and includes all Add-ons, but the only problem was it got a little banged up and the "upper clip" to close it broke when i opened the package. Read more
Published 2 months ago by william
4.0 out of 5 stars Classic Revisited
The year is 2014 and I haven't played this game since about 09 or 10. Four years later, it holds up alright. Read more
Published 2 months ago by Michael Shulski
5.0 out of 5 stars Big hit with my crowd
I bought this as a gift for my Dad. He loves role play games. He loved it! He finished his quest, and now my 14 year old and 11 year old sons are having a great time playing. Read more
Published 3 months ago by Kathleen A Redman
5.0 out of 5 stars Love this game... so much.
So I'm not really a gamer. I'm a woman in my 20's and I don't think I've used my husband's Xbox ever... until this game. It's a really fun escape from real life.
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