" Now you can play Fable 2...in five parts. "
with a free b thrown in sounds good for the fable fans doesnt look like well get a pc version cant blame them tho they gotta b makin a killing on the 360.
they are taking fable 2 and cutting it up into 5 parts the first part is free the others will cost you i don't really see the point to be honest
repackaged? wth that cant b right... edit: "Peter Molyneux today at GamesCon 09 announced that Fable 2 will be getting five all new chapters to download and expand upon. This will be called Fable Episodic with the first chapter being free releasing September 29, 2009." still from reading the description n stuff on the story it does seem to b fable2 man they jus trying to milk sales?
believe me when i hear that part about 5 new chapters not to mention free i was already considering getting part 2
These aren't five all "new" episodes of Fable 2. It's Fable 2 split into 5 parts and put on XBL as separate items, the first one being free. The only "new" thing is that it's in five parts instead of one.
yeah. the submitter should change it before misleading people.
... for 30 bucks or so. I already knew they were gonna DLC-milk this, so for me that was a reason to not buy this game full-price. Seems like a great game though, but there are many great games out, so I don't waste my money on games that are gonna DLC-skim me...
MICROSOFT CONFERENCE IS MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR FAIL! I loled they even bothered to show up. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!
yeah it is pretty funny, at e3 sony atleast countered what the 360 conference had and then some
honestly... if i were someone who was on the fence about buying fable 2 i would download the first free chapter as a demo, and if i like it i would purchase the entire game from a store... not chapter by chapter.
i dunno wth they are thinking must really need more sales..
Wow great! ...No wait, no. OH BTW: DO NOT BUY THIS. Because if you do, sooner than you can say ASSRAPED, you'll be paying to play the second chapter of gears3, halo 4 etc.
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