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First off, Fable: The Lost Chapters; great game for its time. You ask anyone who has played it during the Xbox era and I can guarantee that they will say it was an awesome experience. I could get into detail about how everything about the game mechanics were well done, but then I would be stuck at my computer all day remembering all the bits and bobs that made Fable 1 great. What I can tell you is: if you're looking for a game that provides an enthralling story and fair visual graphics for our current time, you can't go wrong with Fable.
That leaves the other side of the coin, Fable 3. I've played through this game twice now; once on the xbox 360 and once on the pc. And I can tell you with absolute clarity that this game is horrible. The mechanics are riddled with bugs, the user-friendly design has all but obscured any form of leveling or information pertaining to your skills, the achievement system and weapon development is specialized around multiplayer, weapon skins are very limited, there are 6 spells and 15 combinations of spells (1 of which doesn't actually do anything). AoE spell attacks have a limit to how many enemies are affected which is noticeable as the pc version has nearly twice as many enemies on screen for you to handle, the quest locator system (bread-crumb trail) can often disable itself or lead players on wild goose chases, and the mini-maps are horrendously inaccurate. Other than that and many other problems or critiques that I find are missing compared to its predecessors, the world design is very beautiful and story is interesting enough to push the player forward.
Fable 3 on the other hand is less than desired. The side options are a lot of fun, the world is pretty great, and the armor and weapon choices are all very nice, but it fails in one regard: When they discussed to bring the game to PC and explained why it took so long to do so they had set the expectations that the game would be more challenging. It's not. It's easy, ridiculously so. I enjoy Fable as a franchise for what it is, a blend of sim, hack n' slash, and rpg all in one and it delivers in those regards, but still fails to lend any real challenge. I'm going to give it another go, but as is I'm still a bit disappoint in it.
Stupid way to earn points, you need to do similar silly talk/actions over and over to every single villagers to get it.
-GFWL didnt give me too much of a problem, installed good
-Xbox 360 Controller friendly, works well with the wired and wireless controller
-This comes with the DLCs and saves MS points for other stuff
Good Story, Good gameplay and overall a good game
That being said, I gave it 2 stars b/c of the inability for easy install. Fable was quick and easy to install so that's why I gave it 2 stars instead of 1.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Has no support, can't get achievements or any other dlc anymore. Is far from being worth the price. You're better off playing on console, because that's the only way you will get... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
If you are looking to see if this Fable 3 key works on steam yes it does.Published 27 days ago by Amazon Customer
this comes with fable 3 and most of its dlc this is the only place left with steam keys for the game and they wont last. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Christian J. Aviles
Married a beggar
had beggar kid
moved beggar family in to beggar home
chop wood to get by
times are hard.
Didn't contain ALL the dlc, but as the last remaining source of fable 3 keys I don't care.Published 16 months ago by Cyler
They are all steam codes and all of them work, downloading now through steam!Published 17 months ago by William Hegdahl