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Fable

Fable

  • Publisher
    Microsoft Game Studios
  • Developer
    Big Blue Box
  • Release date
    14 Sep 2004

In Fable, the players' every action determines their character's skills, appearances and moralities. Life stories are created from childhood through adulthood and on to old age. Players may choose the paths of righteousness or dedicate their characters' lives to evil; observing as they transform into reflections of their actions and decisions. As players' characters develop, the world reacts to them and their actions. People comment on their successes, failures, appearances and behaviors. Their many opinions are expressed through applause, mockery, trepidation, panic and even flirtation. With each person characters aid and every creature they slay, the world is changed forever. In Fable, gamers decide: "Who will I be?"

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AGM score 82%
IGN 9.3
GameSpot 7
e3 2004
game critics awards
health
male protagonists
helmet
melee
real-time combat
mercenary
barrier
e3 2002
pirates
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hand-to-hand combat
third-person perspective
nameless protagonist
revenge
xbox 360 backwards compatibility
fantasy
character growth
action-adventure
time limit
gambling
customizable characters
game reference
experience points
moral decisions
platform exclusive
voice acting
e3 2003
role playing
weather
non-player character
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fireball
bed
gloves
glitch
currency
medieval
boss fight
bosses
secret area
final boss
minimap
ghosts
magic
sword
undead
inventory
love
silent protagonist
sword & sorcery
shovel
fish
human
book
shopping
bow
rain
young protagonist
key
bone
escort mission
saving the world
side quests
potion
player character
low health warning
tombstone
coming of age
map
icicle
recurring boss
shoes
sleeping
spin attack
my father's sword
timeskip
duality
multiple endings
fart
original soundtrack release
fishing
billiards
gold
stone
day/night cycle
leveling up
mace
emotes
vendor trash
guildmaster
sandbox
romance
artificial intelligence
open-world
singing
good vs evil
branching story line
questing
ring
theft
english accent
elements
women in refrigerators
ye olde english
mask
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light bloom
trolls
street light
chicken
games on demand
headshot
chicken kicking
never-ending
subtitles
vomiting
alcoholic beverages
combo
drunk character
murder
fishing rod
frying pan
stuffed animal
carrot
lgbt
press a to start
escaping imprisonment
sex
war hammer
ruby
doll
decapitation
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hobo
from zero to hero
texture pop-in
goblet
alignment
lightning manipulation
trophy room
face tattoo
orbs
pedestrians
target
reputation
lighthouse
beer
prostitution
notoriety system
lawbreaking
full reactive eyes entertainment
bully mode
claw
teddy bear
tofu
visual indication of alignment
hero worship
hero turned evil
recycled characters
cheating death
cross-dressing
age progression
inventory loss
spike video game awards 2004
interactive achievement awards 2005
commerce
gladiators
tutorial
paintings
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aggro
anvil
altar
unreliable mentor
unclimbable hills
memorial
xbox originals
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demon door
rose
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drop what you're doing
one button combat
mentor
golden carrot
xbox live aware
sword stuck in the ground
augment
balverine
hollow man
hobbes
moonfish
sword of aeons
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About Fable

Fable is released by Microsoft Game Studios in 14 Sep 2004. The game is designed by Big Blue Box. Fable is a typical representative of the Role-playing (RPG) genre. Playing Fable is a pleasure. It does not matter whether it is the first or a millionth hour in Role-playing (RPG), there will always be room for something new and interesting. Thrilling levels and gameplay Fable will not leave anyone indifferent. The complexity of gameplay increases with each new level and does not let any player get bored.

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Fable is versatile and does not stand still, but it is never too late to start playing. The game, like many Role-playing (RPG) games has a full immersion in gaming. AllGame staff continues to play it.

Fable is perfect for playing alone or with friends.

At AllGame you can find reviews on Fable, gameplay videos, screenshots of the game and other Role-playing (RPG) representatives.

The story

This section tells the history of the world of Fable

On his sister's birthday, a young boy's village of Oakvale is raided by bandits; killing the boy's entire family. An old Hero, Maze, rescues the boy, seeing great potential in him; Maze trains the boy to become a Hero at the Heroes' Guild. Years pass; after honing his skills, Maze informs the Hero of a blind seeress living among a bandit camp near Oakvale, and advises the Hero to infiltrate the bandit camp. To the Hero's surprise, the blind seeress is actually his older sister Theresa who was taken in by Twinblade, a former Hero and the present Bandit King. After a showdown with Twinblade, the Hero is given the choice of killing or sparing the bandit. Later on in the Hero's life, after he has gained more recognition among the people of Albion, he is invited to fight in the Arena, where he meets the legendary Hero named Jack of Blades, who runs the arena battles. As a final challenge, Jack pits the Hero against his rival, which was also once his childhood friend/room-mate back in the Guild - Whisper; when the Hero defeats her he may kill or spare her. The Hero learns that Jack of Blades himself destroyed Oakvale during the Hero's childhood; aided by Theresa, the Hero discovers his mother alive in Bargate Prison. The Hero is captured in the rescue attempt and spends a year or more in the prison before finally escaping. Maze is revealed to be a traitor and working with Jack. Maze kidnaps Theresa. After defeating Maze, the Hero is led into a final confrontation with Jack where his mother is killed. Jack reveals that The Sword of Aeons can only be wielded if it receives the blood of Archon. The Sword of Aeons is said to be a very powerful sword of destruction. Upon the death of their mother, the Hero and Theresa are the only two remaining descendants of Archon, and if Jack destroys them both the sword will be even more powerful. After defeating Jack, the Hero must choose whether to keep the Sword of Aeons by killing his sister, or cast it away forever into a portal created by Jack of Blades' death. Depending on the Hero's alignment and the player's choice of using or destroying the sword, there are a total of four different endings. Once the ending credits roll, players can resume their games. In The Lost Chapters special edition, the story continues. After the defeat of Jack, the Hero must find passage to the Northern Wastes to aid a legendary hero named Scythe in stopping an unknown great evil from returning. Should the hero have discarded the Sword of Aeons he will have the opportunity to gain the sword "Avo's Tear", a sword of similar design and equal power but that holds a light alignment rather than dark. Avo is said to be a god that represents the light side alignment. After a series of quests revolving around this new evil, it is learned that Jack of Blades has returned. He must then defeat Jack of Blades a second time, Jack having returned from the dead in the form of a dragon. Upon the death of Jack, the hero then uses Jack's mask to capture Jack's soul, with Scythe telling him that the battle is not over and that he must destroy the mask. The hero then has the final choice of putting on the mask - being consumed by Jack in the process - or destroying it, along with Jack, forever.

Screenshots

Screenshots will help you evaluate the graphics and gameplay of Fable.

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Videos

If screenshots are not enough, you can enjoy creative videos from Microsoft Game Studios

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