Crispy Gamer: Fable II Review

If the purpose of the game truly is to teach people a lesson about fate, then Peter Molyneux is no less malevolent than the old fakir in "The Monkey's Paw." Fable II promises much, but in the end delivers a sledgehammer message about good and evil, about predestination and free will. It gives gamers wealth, power and fame, but forces them to pay the price every time. It would be childish to ask for more, because this is exactly how life works. But it's hard not to wish for a little something more -- friends, family and companions worth making such sacrifices for.

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Lord Shuhei Yoshida3701d ago

"What's Not: Poorly sketched characters; Awful maps; Weak co-op"

Looks like it failed expectations

Joejoefhosho3701d ago

It 100% met its expectations of flopping like every other M$ games this year, no doubt

Isaac3701d ago

This game is not "AAA" by Xbox fanboy standards, it's a good game but it fails in a few things. Either Molyneaux was too ambitious, he didn't have enough time, or the hardware (namely the lack of a next-gen optical format and HDD) gimped its potential.

testerg353701d ago

umm.. or it could be that don't give scores. Did you notice that Socomm got a "fry it"?