About the Fable games

             Fable was released on the original xbox. It has become an award winning RPG and then they released and expansion called Fable : The Lost Chapters for the xbox and the PC. Now they are working on the next game Fable 2, coming out for the Xbox 360 EXCLUSIVELY. The Fable games are well known for there good and evil sides of things. During quests, your choices will change your hero ( player )  depending on your actions. Your choices also change the story you play giving a fun replay so you can see the other side. New editions in Fable 2 would be the new dog engine and the fact that you cant get money from quests, you must work for your pay. This add's countless hours to your game because if you wanna be a rich hero you will need to put some time into work. Or you can just go through the game but your hero will be poor but a bit more famous then if you would take your time. A tough for fame or fame for money. The good and evil is more in depth in Fable 2 now changing your characters posture. Now its finaly possible to get married or get a girlfriend/boyfriend (you get a choice of playing a girl or a boy and you can have same gender marrage) Because in Fable : The Lost Chapters its was almost impossible to get married if you were evil, now they made it easier because you can marry people who are just as evil/good as you in the game. For example if your good there's a place called Bowerstone, where you'll fit right in and if you evil there's a place call Bloodstone (which is like the opposite of Bowerstone) where you can fit right in also.

Fable II is the highly anticipated sequel to the wildly successful original that sold more than three million copies, offering even more choices and building on the core gameplay theme of Fable, where your every decision continually defines who you become. This action role-playing game (RPG) allows you to live the life you choose in the newly expanded open world of Albion. Set 500 years after the original, Fable II delivers an epic story and innovative real-time gameplay, including a massive amount of freedom and choice to explore a vast collection of dungeons, catacombs, and taverns in the World of Albion.

The video below is a Fable Tribute Video (Worth Watching),