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From the first minutes of the game Fable II immediately makes it clear that you should not expect an abstruse narrative and any hints of seriousness of what is happening. How can you even think of that if the game starts with the main character getting shit on his head by, excuse me, a bird? Well, what the hell with it, a feathered bird. The game starts with the childhood of the protagonist (gamers are given to choose who to play - a boy or a girl). This very "childhood" is, on the one hand, a tutorial level - the player is unobtrusively explained the tricks and subtleties of Fable II. For example, how to earn the love of the townspeople or how to save a dog from a bully. On the other hand, the first stage of Fable II quite clearly tells what the player will have to roam around the world (which is called Albion) for the next fifteen to twenty hours. The protagonist gets into a very unpleasant story, as a result of which his sister is killed, and he miraculously remains alive. According to the laws of the genre, it remains only to grow up, after which - go straight to revenge the offenders. To help the player will be a dog, which is able to chew enemies and look for treasure.
The world of Fable II is quite large, but it is not so huge, as, for example, in Oblivion. And in this case, that's more of an advantage than a disadvantage. Those who aren't warmed by the idea of "living" in the game won't have to fear that they can get lost in the vastness of Albion. Plus, Fable II has a handy navigation system: if you're too lazy to learn your way to the nearest town, you can turn on the "lighted path" (it's a kind of magic GPS) and, without wasting time wandering through the game world, get where you need to go.
In addition to the tasks that are part of the main storyline (find and revenge, recall), the player has to perform secondary tasks. Most of these are based on the same formula: go there, kill that, save that, come back for the money. Despite the apparent triviality of the process, you do not get bored walking, saving and returning. And for many reasons.
Fable II has a pretty good combat system. You can fight your enemies with cold or firearms, as well as magic. Accordingly, skillfully combining them, you can and need to destroy the enemies very effectively. Particularly beautiful and spectacular moments of combat are shown with zooming in the camera and slowing down time, and it looks very, very cool.