You can choose if you play as a male or female.The game has a good morality system of good/evil and if you're pure or corrupt, in which both can affect both you and your dog's appearance. You can get married multiple times and have a lot of children. There's a good sized open world map with lots of stuff to find. There are a decent variety of jobs, from blacksmithing to bar tending and bounty hunter to assassin. There's a lot of weapons and good variety, depending on what you like. You don't need arrows/bullets for the ranged weapons or mana/sp for magic so that's one less thing to worry about. You can buy pretty much every house/shop/stall in the game and you get income from that every 5 minutes, and you can choose how high or low the rent is for houses, and the prices for stores/stalls and depending if you raise or lower the prices makes you either pure or corrupt. Good storyline and has a glowing trail to lead you to the location for your quests.
Fable II is a game about choices. In its short but eventful journey that is set in the fantasy landscape of Albion, one plays the life of 'Little Sparrow', a muted hero who throughout the game, would make decisions that ... Read Full Review
After years in production, Peter Molyneux's piece, Fable II, is finally upon us on the Xbox 360. Following a similar mold from its 2004 predecessor, Fable II introduces new features and improves upon what the former game... Read Full Review