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This game is developed by Lionhead Studios and published by Microsoft Games Studios. This game belongs from series of Fable games and it is the 3rd game of this series. You can also download Call Of Duty Black Ops 2.
The storyline of the game very interesting and impressive. The story of the game is hanging around King of Albion and his brother. Hero of Bowerstone who is the main character of game Fable 2. He is died and he left his kingdom to his elder son Logan. But at some time the king of Albion has changed his thinking and ideas. You can also download IGI.
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The first two games after Fable III will be Assassin's Creed II and Halo 3, though it's not clear which will be released first. Once the games are downloaded, players can keep these titles "no matter what," Microsoft said.
Fable III Downloadable Content (a.k.a. Fable III DLC) is extra content released by Lionhead Studios for Fable III through Xbox Live, and previously, Games for Windows Live. The content is available for purchase on Xbox Live Marketplace, including the exclusive bonuses that were originally available only with download codes acquired with special purchases. The PC version of the game includes all LCE content, but DLC on PC is no longer available. In-game, the DLC content can be purchased from the Sanctuary Shop, in the Live Room of the Sanctuary.
Fable III's Downloadable Content is stored in "packs"; purchasing any one of the DLC titles of a certain pack will download the whole pack. Any future purchases of DLC from the same pack will "unlock" the content for use. In this way, people who have downloaded the free content from any pack will be able to access other content from the pack if they join a co-op game with someone who has paid to unlock the specific other content. For example, downloading the Free Weapons DLC also downloads the pack which includes the Understone quest set, the red setter dog potion and the Industrial Knight Outfit. Therefore, anyone who downloads the Free Weapons will be able to play Understone if they join a co-op game with someone who has paid the 400MSP to unlock it.
Following the retirement of the Microsoft Points currency, Games for Windows Marketplace was closed on August 22, 2013. It is no longer possible to purchase or download DLC for PC copies of Fable III through Games for Windows Live or Steam. Existing codes that had not yet been redeemed were still valid, and could have been redeemed in-game from the Sanctuary Shop until September 16, 2014.
As a result of the transition from Microsoft Games for Windows Marketplace to Xbox for Windows, which no longer has backwards compatibility for Games for Windows Live, any games created online are no longer accessible and players can no longer download, or access, any Downloadable Content. No official announcement was made by Lionhead Studios, and following their closure in March 2016, this issue is unlikely to be addressed by Microsoft.
Discover a whole new town built beneath the streets of Bowerstone. This full size region contains new houses and stalls to own, new creatures to fight and a major mystery to solve. As a special bonus, you will also receive two extra quests for free: the Mercenary Shooting Range, where you can earn prizes by hitting a variety of targets, and the Wheel of Misfortune, which gives you a chance to return to Reaver's manor and participate in his insane combat arena.
This DLC is obtained with a download code included in all new retail copies of Fable III. It includes the three Highlander sets and the red setter dog potion, as well as a free Slow Time and Summon Creatures potion.
This DLC is also part of the PC DLC Pack 1, which has a file size of 935 MB and costs 4.75/$6.99 (560 MSP) in total. However, there does not appear to be a Free Download version of this pack for PC on Games for Windows Live Marketplace, as the Free Soldier Outfit from this pack only appears as a free download on Xbox Live Marketplace. The outfit itself, however, is included in the Premium version of Traitor's Keep for PC.
The following content was originally only unlockable using download codes, but can now be unlocked from Live Marketplace. This content is included with the base game in a pack called Fable III, and the DLC costs a combined total of 7.12/$8.92.
The world in Fable II is fully dynamic, interactive and mostly free roaming with no set quest path to take. Since the game takes place over a hero's lifetime, many things can change; Molyneux gave an example of a trade camp that the player could either help or destroy. Trading in such camps would increase their profit, resulting in a small town growing around them.
Fable II did not ship with online cooperative, but a free patch has been available from Xbox Live since the European and American release date which adds this functionality. Without the patch, players cannot play online due to being disconnected from Xbox Live.
Theresa soon offers Sparrow a wish from the Spire that they can have as a reward: resurrecting the thousands of people that died building the Spire, and thus becoming a true hero in Albion; resurrecting their sister Rose, their dog, and, if they had one, their spouse and family; or being granted an immense fortune. After making their wish, Theresa then offers to send the others where they wish to go - Garth opts to return to his homeland, with Reaver deciding to join him, while Hammer decides to head north to find some monks to help her avoid further violence. After they leave, Theresa leaves Sparrow to enjoy Albion, but proclaims that the Spire is now hers to own. If the player has download the See the Future pack, Theresa allows them to visit after cleansing two cursed items, to see a glimpse of their future. In this vision they now rule over Albion as monarch, and it is hinted that a child of theirs will become a hero to save Albion after their death, setting the background for Fable III.
Just as Lionhead has done with The Movies, online competitions were made available through Lionhead's forums. One such competition was naming a title to be used in the game, similar to the first game wherein a character was addressed by various titles that the character purchased from a "Title Vendor". Lionhead has stated these titles would be bought but they have to be earned first. They are bought from a town crier in Fable II; the winning title was Lionheart, which can be bought for 2000 gold or earned for free by winning in The Crucible. An "insult the hero" competition also took place and the winner wasn't announced. On 30 May, Lionhead held a competition for artwork that would be used in the game; there has been no winner announced to date.
In August 2008, Lionhead Studios released Fable II Pub Games. This includes three of the games that can be played in pubs throughout Albion: Fortune's Tower, Keystone and Spinner Box. For 800 Microsoft Points all three games could be downloaded on the Xbox Live Marketplace.
Before the game was released, there was a production problem resulting in the Hobbe figurine, special box, and fate cards being removed from the collector's edition package. Due to the loss of these items, the suggested retail price was decreased to the normal game price in some stores. As an apology, Lionhead Studios created a free music album available for download over the Internet (not Xbox Live) that contains several songs from Fable and three songs from Fable II, as well as printable pdf versions of the fate cards to be released. There was another supply chain issue that occurred in North America that caused some Limited Edition games not to have the token card for in-game content.
The first downloadable content (DLC), "Knothole Island", includes the ability to resurrect the player's dog by sacrifice. It was released 13 January 2009, and features a new map, with new items and quests. The DLC includes 3 new achievements worth 100 points. A free update allows players who haven't purchased "Knothole Island" to still play online with others who did. "Knothole Island" was available for 800 Microsoft Points. The DLC got positive to average reviews. It holds a score of 66/100 on Metacritic. Dan Whitehead of Eurogamer awarded it a score of 6/10 while Tom Orry of VideoGamer.com awarded it a score of 7/10 saying that "Knothole Island is a good effort but far from the standard the full game set".
As of September 2009, the entire Fable II game was available for download through Microsoft's Xbox Live Game Marketplace. When first released, the downloadable version of the game was broken up into 5 game episodes that play identical to the disc version of the game, and the first episode of the game was free to download, while Episodes 2, 3, 4, and 5 could be purchased within the game. Any player who purchased the disc version after the first episode can transfer all save data.Currently, only the entire game can be purchased, and Episode 1 is no longer available as a demo. The downloadable version featured the complete version of the disc-based game, as well as full compatibility with the previously released game add-ons, "Knothole Island" and "See the Future". 041b061a72