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Fable 2 360

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Fable 2 is a different game each time you play it, we get three writers at different stages to talk through their experience on the podcast.

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Welcome back to the Game People podcast, my name is Paul Govan and I write the Family Gamer Section. Today I'm joined by Rebecca Mayes, Anya Graham and Alex Beech.

We'll be talking about the game in detail so be aware we may give a few things away if you've not finished it yet.

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Here's what we have written about Fable 2:

Fable 2 is a different game each time you play it, we get three writers at different stages to talk through their experience on the podcast... listen now

Thu, 19 Aug 2010 Loading comments...

Fable 2 initially caused a few rifts in our household as me and my other half bargained over time on our one big screen. But after watching him play the game I was hooked as well, and found myself strangely happy to forgo The Apprentice or Scrubs in favour of watching this fascinating story unfold... read now

Fri, 01 Jan 2010 Loading comments...

Fable II on 360 is undoubtedly a highly enjoyable game, with humour nuance and buckets of gameplay. But when it comes to genuine intimate relationships things are a little lacking. For all the pranks, humour and companionship I never found anyone to really care about. Maybe I was just missing Natal's Milo... read now

Tue, 17 Nov 2009 Loading comments...

500 years after the first game, we return to Albion in Fable 2 and sculpt a fresh virtual hero. Your actions determine whether you will be good or bad, villain or hero and even good looking or ugly. Watch as you grow up and tackle tough moral choices, choices that affect both your character and their world. This Fable II Limited Collector's Edition also includes an exclusive making-of DVD with game director Peter Molyneux and his team at Lionhead Studios... read now

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