I don't know if it's just me but, I find gamers are becoming more and more like snobs. Forgive if I have insulted anyone but, if you think about it (refering mostly to new school gamers), all that is really thought to make a great game is cutting edge graphics. I mean visuals that are beautiful are great but, that shouldn't be what determine if you get the game or not. I know that everyone isn't like that I know many people that still love the NES era Zelda and FF series, why can't games concentrate on making a great story that will captivate the gamer instead of make a 50-60 dollar pile of ......... well you know.
One of the easiest ways to get through the area in Fable is when you have opponents that follow you (all of the ones that follow you including whisper) walk behind the spinning blades most of the time they will walk through them continuously and keep getting damage. Eventually they will get to you, but all you have to do is go to the other spinning blades. *note will not work for King Scorpion because spinning blades and other traps are disabled*
Today I purchased ESPN NHL 2k5, I bought ESPN NFL 2k5 about a week or 2 ago. I have falling in love with nfl 2k5 everything about it is amazing a spectacular. As so for Nhl 2k5, the only difference I notice that I don't like is that in nhl it's not a fully custimizable crib, instead it's a skybox that has preset thing that are avabile right off the bat. Unlike Nfl 2k5 which makes you earn catalogs to buy stuff. I miss that aspect of the game but then again you gotta figure in nhl were not working in a crib, cuz we gots a skybox lol. What makes nhl more unique is the mini-games that you can play with a group of people. I think it's called party mode or something along that line, which really spices up the game play. I have given both games a rating of 10 (on the x-box console) because the espn 2k5 series is becoming a real addtive thing weather your a sports fan or not. All I want to know is if theres gonna be a ESPN MLS 2k5.