Fable: The Lost Chapters Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 8.6/10

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Fable: The Lost Chapters Reviews

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Game Chronicles Magazine 9.3/10 Nov 16 '05
Game Freaks 365 8.9/10 Jul 08 '06
Gamer Within 9.1/10 Jan 08 '06
RPGFan 70% May 17 '08
GameSpot 8.0/10 Oct 20 '05
IGN Xbox 8.6/10 Oct 24 '05
Team Xbox 9/10 Oct 26 '05
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Fable: The Lost Chapters Previews

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Gamer Within Aug 06 '05
GameSpot Jul 18 '05
IGN Xbox Jul 12 '05
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"While those who have played through the original may find little of interest in this slightly expanded version, gamers who have yet to fully appreciated the Fable world are urged to checkout this splendid RPG experience."
"This updated version of Fable is better than the original, since it extends the game's main quest, but the world of Albion isn't necessarily worth revisiting if you've been there already."
"Fable is an incredibly fun RPG that wooed us when it first hit the shelves and should attract countless others with this update. I'm glad that Lionhead Studios took the time to add the TLC to the Xbox version but I'm far more excited over the possibilities of the next chapter of Fable."
"Fable is both surprisingly short, and it teaches an important lesson: a video game without personality can't succeed on the whole. The game presents an incredibly shallow and uninspired, if occasionally entertaining, experience."
"At the end of the day Fable: The Lost Chapters still may not be “RPG-enough” to satiate the rabid fans that expected this game to live up to every little inkling of expectation that the gaming world had for it, but that doesn’t meant that there still isn’t a great story and tons of wonderful gameplay moments for players to unearth. The weight of the game increases quite a bit with the addition of The Lost Chapters so fans who were deterred from a purchase when the first game was released now should have all the reason they need to go pick up a copy."