Check out the review of the game here: Fable: The Lost Chapters Review
The first time I ever played Fable, I didn’t get far before quitting. For some reason, I had pegged the game as some kind of open world, Elder Scrolls-esque game. Because I was looking for that, I only saw its flaws and wasn’t able to appreciate what Fable is, which is weirdly reactive. If you eat a lot, you become fat. If you do evil things, you grow horns and get glowy red eyes. If you fight a lot, you become a muscular behemoth. What you do determines who you become, and while it’s rarely very deep, it’s always amusing the number of crazy iterations of a character you can go through in a single playthrough. I went from a guy of pure evil to a nice spellcaster, and from there moved on to focus more on ranged attacking with a bow. Also, I grew an epic white beard. Good times.