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- Shape and explore a living, evolving world - Champion or manipulate an ever-changing land with competitive and cooperative heroes, dynamic weather systems
- Hone your skills and master new abilities -- from the art of thievery to the art of raising a child. Fable - The Lost Chapters expands these offerings, providing the player with even more customization choices.
- Never play the same game twice! Once an adventure has been completed, players can forge a new tale full of unexpected twists and turns -- with new skills, powers, influences, allies and enemies.
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Fable: The Lost Chapters - For Every Choice A ConsequenceImagine a world in which every choice and action determines what you bee. Your character's life story is created from childhood through to adulthood and on to old age. Grow from an inexperienced child into the most powerful being in the world spoken of by all and immortalized in legend. Choose the path of righteousness or dedicate your life to evil and see yourself transform into a reflection of your actions and decisions. This is the world of Fable: The Lost Chapters the Action RPG for the Mac.System Requirements:MINIMUM: Processor: 1.6GHz RAM: 512MB Graphics: 64MB VRAM Mac OS: 10.4.8 Hard Disk: 3GB Drive: DVD Input: Mouse RECOMMENDED: Processor: 2GHz RAM: 1GB Graphics: 128MB VRAM Mac OS: 10.5 Hard Disk: 3GB Drive: DVD Input: Multi-button Mouse Universal Application - It works on both PowerPC and Intel processors. Does not run on Intel GMA processors. (Intel Mac Minis and MacBooks)Format: MAC 10.2 OR LATERUB Genre: ENTERTAINMENT Age: 644247002924 UPC: 644247002924 Manufacturer No: 292
Top Customer Reviews
Anyway I bought this game while in Afghan, and it got to me soon enough, no damage, so Amazon did fine.
I tried loading this game twice, and both times on startup I got a blank screen, with the only escape being to manually shut down the computer. I emailed the company, which is in England, and they wrote back saying that they've noticed this is sometimes a problem. . . . ?????? They said I'd be contacted within the month by someone who would try to work it out with me, but I was never contacted. I consider this a pretty poor response to a problem that occurs frequently enough for the manufacturer to notice. A kindly retailer allowed me to return the game for exchange, but I'm pretty sure I'll never try another Feral Interactive product.