Fable Anniversary im Test: Internationale Review-Übersicht - so wertet die Welt
Fable Anniversary im Test: In unserer internationalen Review-Übersicht bietet wir euch Fazits und Wertungen zu Fable Anniversary für Xbox 360 im Überblick. Das Remake auf der Xbox 360 zum ersten Fable-Ableger erhält hierbei gute Wertungen in den internationalen Test-Berichten. Fable Anniversary erscheint am 4. Februar in den USA und am 7. Februar in Europa.
Fable Anniversary in der Test-Übersicht: Wir haben für euch internationale Wertungen und Fazits zu Fable Anniversary für Xbox 360 zusammengetragen. Das Remake des Action-RPG-Mixes erreicht dabei gute Wertungen im Durchschnitt. Das Gameplay im Xbox 360-Remake von Fable Anniversary wirkt angestaubt, darin sind sich nahezu alle Tester einig. So merkt man Fable Anniversary sein Alter durchaus an. Fable 2 bleibt somit das Highlight der Trilogie.
Wer bisher noch kein Fable probiert hat, der könne auch auf die Trilogie via Xbox Live warten. Diese steht ab dem 7. Februar zum Download bereit. Wir präsentieren euch die Reviews zu Fable Anniversary samt Wertungen und Fazits unterhalb dieser Zeilen im Überblick. Weitere Videos, Bilder und Infos zum Remake findet ihr auch zusammengefasst auf unserer Themenseite zu Fable Anniversary. Das Spiel erscheint am 7. Februar für Xbox 360. In den USA ist Fable Anniversary bereits ab 4. Februar erhältlich.
Fable Anniversary in der Test-Übersicht - Internationale Reviews samt Wertung und Fazits
Destructoid - 7.5 von 10
Fable Anniversary may not blow you away, but it's still a good action game that everyone should experience at some point or another, and I'd consider it vastly superior to Fable 2 and 3. If you've never played a Fable game before this is a great place to start, but at full price, it's hard to wholly recommend over picking up the original Xbox Lost Chapters edition on the cheap.
IGN - 8 von 10
Fable Anniversary's personality has proved truly ageless, even if some of its mechanics haven't. Inevitably, its doesn't feel as fresh today as they did in 2004, but the strange and beautiful world of Albion, with all its weird idiosyncrasies and wildly varied accents, is as absorbing and lovably, peculiarly British as it ever was.
OXM - 7 von 10
Even your first Achievement, 'From The Smallest Acorn', feels like a pleasing mea culpa to one of Peter's undelivered promises. So now, fully prepared for a game with flaws, you're free to enjoy it for the whimsical, eager to please personal story-maker that it is. Or, you know, just jump straight to Fable 2. It's pretty much the best game of the trilogy.
Metro - 6 von 10
What all three could do with though is something to address the intrinsic shallowness of the gameplay. Although playing the first one again it's clear that's never really been Fable's primary focus. Instead it tries to offer a more human and personal experience for a role-playing game, and in that sense it still has disappointingly few peers.
EGM - 6 von 10
What hurts Anniversary most of all, though, is coming to the realization that when Fable first came out, it was very good, even if it really didn't break new ground. Now, it's borderline irrelevant, since so little work has been done on this re-release to make the experience stand with contemporary RPGs. It was depressing to trudge through an Albion that looked so very different to me, not only due to the new graphics, but because of my sweet memories being shattered and replaced by a harsher reality. The tagline for Fable used to be "For every choice, a consequence." Well, the consequence of Fable Anniversary is one disappointed reviewer - and the newfound understanding that, sometimes, it's better to just leave your memories in the past.
Videogamer - 7 von 10
However, Fable now stands alongside Halo as an Anniversary re-release, and the latter stands as the pinnacle of its respective series, while Fable's sequels surpassed it in almost every way. This may make the trip perhaps less impressive than you may have hoped, and it's tricky to justify the expensive price tag despite the pretty presentation. Just be sure to recognise that, while Anniversary may feel like Lionhead is doing a sloppy job in 2014, that isn't the case; it's a testament to what an excellent job it did in 2008.
The Escapist - 3 von 5
If you absolutely love Fable as a timeless classic, then obviously Anniversary is going to appeal. Everything about the original has been preserved, save the pleasant visual boost, but that preservation is going to be a hindrance to anybody who may have forgotten exactly how rough Fable was and is. It's a tough game to love nowadays, but if you can make it there, you'll get what you want - Fable, but prettier.
Hardcore Gamer - 4 von 5
Fable Anniversary is a port of ten year old game released on eight year old hardware after we've witnessed the power of next-gen. Yet even with so much stacked against it, it manages to impress. There's not much of a "wow-factor" because of its ill-timed release, but with the exception of completely rebuilding the game for Xbox One, there simply isn't much else that could be done that isn't accomplished here. Sound, functionality and graphics are all substantially improved and breath new life into a game that has aged remarkably well.