Fable 2 is the second game in the fable series by Lionhead Studios, it is an open world role-playing game. It has a simple story line where the hero needs to save Albion from the evil Lord Lucian by collecting together the other three heroes to defeat him. Interactive cut-scenes are a large part of the game however the main character never speaks and all dialogue is uncontrolled. The game features a large variety of game play and freedom, allowing a player to shape the world around and the characters appearance and moral standing based on decisions throughout the game. The player can also get married both same and opposite sex and bring up children to childhood but no farther, expressions are a lot more interactive with NPC's than before

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A series bogged down by the weight of Peter Molyneux's lies Fable 2 stands out as the most complete version of the vision we were sold back in the early 2000s. Restrictive and frequent loading screens take away a lot of the ambiance and sense of exploration that the landscape provides, the story is decent if not standard revenge plot with some interesting side characters. The gameplay is enjoyable but as you progress in the story you will find little challenge as will is completely overpowered reducing most fights to simply holding the B button to charge up your tier 5 will ability. Personally Fable 2 will always be one of my most beloved games and a great little RPG adventure. However the passage of time has not been kind for this game and playing it today you will 100% feel like playing a game from 2008 the frequent loading screens and corridor like open world outside of major towns are hard to ignore.

the villain gives some monologue but you can just shoot him dead in the middle of it. this makes this game awesome.