Fable 2 is indeed an interesting game where your male or female character can become the Heroic figure of Albion or the Destroyer of Albion. This depends on how you react to the quests and can change due to your decisions. The graphics are very good and there are many changes from the first Fable. The colours within the game are wonderful and vibrant, where a wide variety of colours have been used to create both realistic and fantasy settings. Unlike Fable, there are jobs as well as quests to help gain money - so your character can have all the items in Albion - depending if you do jobs and all the quests. Another bonus is that there is a multiplayer option, so if you want friends to join in the game then you can.
Another good area of Fable 2 is that there is a nice amount of weapons and armor, which can be changed by different colours of dye to add to it. As well as having a family and children if you wish to (where a unseen sex scene is shown, which can sound funny sometimes). Furthermore, to be good at the game means for you to be evil (achievement wise). For example, you can have many lovers at the same time if you wish to or to get a few people drunk for fun. As well as an option to turn off the 'safe' button in public areas.
However, there are a few disadvantages, for example; though you can run about the map, it can be limited in some cases - though it isn't always a bad thing. In addition, doing jobs continuously can be tedious at times. The doll catcher achievement is so hard to do - since your character only one doll, so you have to find people online to swap dolls online and collect the all by that. For only 5 points for gamer-score it is not worth the time and effort.
I conclude that Fable 2 is a very good game and is worth playing for many hours upon end. I like the fact that the ending has three choices and it's up to you which 'gift' you want. In addition, art work in this game is beautiful due to the variety of colours and graphics showing both beauty and ruined areas.