FOR EVERY CHOICE, A CONSEQUENCE. Fully re-mastered with HD visuals and audio, Fable Anniversary is a stunning rendition of the original game that will delight faithful fans and new players alike! The all new Heroic difficulty setting will test the mettle of even the most hardcore Fable fan.
User reviews: Mostly Positive (2,114 reviews) - 70% of the 2,114 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Sep 12, 2014

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"Wonderful remaster of the game that started the Fable series, with stunning visuals, this is great for old and new players to the Fable series!"


“…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.”
8/10 – IGN

About This Game


Fully re-mastered with HD visuals and audio, Fable Anniversary is a stunning rendition of the original game that will delight faithful fans and new players alike!

The all new Heroic difficulty setting will test the mettle of even the most hardcore Fable fan. With no Resurrection Phials and even more lethal enemies to contend with, will you be able to survive?

Forge a hero based on your actions: age and evolve a hero or villain through the actions you choose and the path you follow-be it for good, evil, or in-between.

Build your living legend: Through deeds and actions, build a name for yourself across the land. Recruit allies and followers. Gain glory or notoriety. Who will you be?

With an entirely new lighting system, slick new interface, all new textures, models and gameplay, Fable Anniversary is the full HD, definitive Fable experience.

Find out more about the great changes in Fable Anniversary here.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7/8
    • Processor: Intel 2GHz Core2 Duo / AMD Athlon 64 x2 2.4GHz
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Radeon X1800/ Nvidia GeForce 7600GT
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 10 GB available space
    • OS: Windows 7/8 64bit
    • Processor: Intel Core2 Quad 2.33GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 260
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 10 GB available space
Helpful customer reviews
101 of 124 people (81%) found this review helpful
8 people found this review funny
24.0 hrs on record
Posted: June 26
Fable, an old, great RPG!

Fable Anniversary is a remake of the original Fable - The Lost Chapters. But to be honest, it hasn't changed much since 2004. I bought this game because I had lot of fun with it in the past. The only things that had changed are some textures and the sunlight effects. That's all.

++ nice storyline
++ individual character
++ decisions affect the story
+ "Legendary" difficulty!
+ you can choose between good & evil
+ graphic is o.k.
+ nice soundtrack (no big selection, but o.k.)
+ many sidequests
+ nice design (of the area and NPC's)
+ about 15 hours playtime (acceptable for a RPG)
+ achievements and trading cards

now the bad things...

- I liked the textures more in the "normal" version
- ugly old, scar plated character in the end
- 32€?! 15, o.k. 32? - gtfo.
- some bugs, but no big deal
- DLC are not necessary and cost way too much.
- you CAN'T change the keyboard layout!
- the inventory looks awful

I tell you, if you liked "Fable - The Lost Chapters" you will also like the remake version. But don't buy it for the full price, it's too much. Wait for a sale and than grab it! :-)
For all the other players outside there, I think it will be interesting for you, if you like RPG's and games were YOU make the story (in some little ways).

because of those negative aspects, I have to give "Fable Anniversary": 7/10

thank you for reading my review and have a good day :-)
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211 of 312 people (68%) found this review helpful
13 people found this review funny
7.4 hrs on record
Posted: June 14
As soon as you gain control of your character, you can feel this is an incredibly lazy port. The movement and camera are still very awkward, stubborn and juttery. Even though I'm using an analog stick, it feels like I'm playing a game entirely designed to work with a d-pad; I don't quite seem to have control, as though I'm telling my character where to go, and he's moving only in the vague direction. The character constantly gets caught on walls, boxes, anything he can find really.

All of this was in the original game, and it was forgiveable a decade ago, but now, they should really have done better. I know it sounds like I'm nitpicking, but poor movement and camera in an action RPG really mars an otherwise great game.

The graphics have been improved. Though they aren't fantastic, they are enough and make the game far more playable than the original, which has certainly not aged well in terms of looks.

Other than the graphics, all that seems to have changed is the UI. Parts are far better, other parts are the same if not worse. The d-pad menu in the bottom left is still atrocious to navigate, but the other menus are good now.

I have been recommending this game since the day it was released, and I will continue to, but I cannot recommend this port. The bare minimum effort has been put in, and it's clear within minutes that this is nothing but a cheap cash grab. I want more people to enjoy this amazing game, I really do. I just can't lie and say this is worth buying.

Fable deserves better than this.
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57 of 85 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
9.4 hrs on record
Posted: June 6
Somehow it's worse than the original in every way. They just ported everything into UE3 which not only ♥♥♥♥ed all the textures up and made them look worse than Fable 2 on xbox, they left the animations and character models exactly as they were which don't blend together as well as they did on the old version. Not worth the money when the original is 3x cheaper and plays 3x better. I absolutely love the Fable series (and I'd pay full price for a PC port of Fable II), but there is literally no reason to buy Fable Anniversary when Fable: The Lost Chapters is still on the steam store.

Even worse off, I can't request a refund for this ♥♥♥♥ because I was two months outside the scheduled window! What a waste of money.
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33 of 44 people (75%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
1.8 hrs on record
Posted: September 12
I was very excited about this game considering that Fable TLC is easily in my top 5 favorite games of all time. My expectations were simple: that this would be an upgrade to the beloved game I grew up playing. My mind was open when I first played Anniversary, knowing very well that the nastalgia from the first game would be influencing my feelings. Nevertheless, I would have expected my bias towards the series to lead towards a raving review. Instead I'm overwhelmingly compelled to advise other potential players to not waste their money on this lazy production.

"Laziness" on behalf of the developers is truly the best summary I can offer. The graphics have been updated but that's where the careful effort ends. This game is loaded with bugs and glitches. I had to stop playing about maybe 1/8 of the way through because the pause menu got stuck. Let me repeat that: the pause menu got stuck. This is the only bug I'll take the time to mention because I think it's the most telling of how severely poor of a job the developers did porting the game. At some point, for no identifyable reason, I stopped being able to access any of my clothing, inventory, or skills through the pause menu because it would continuously scroll through every tab and option. It was as if whatever key was supposed to scroll down was stuck (it obviously wasn't). To be unable to level up, use items or view quests in a game such as this simply means that it is unplayable.

Take a moment to look up other glitches people have encountered. Even if they are not quite as critical as this they are indicative of the experience you'll have with this game. It falls short of so many basic, fundamental expectations; it is a product without soul or passion.

My final, most disheartening complaint is probably trivial in comparison, but I have to mention it: you can't get drunk anymore. I don't think it's much to ask for -- it was a quirky feature that made frequenting the taverns fun. I can't even begin to tell you how many quests I would go on in TLC with my character knocking beers back one after another. When questioned about this absent feature in public forums the developers claimed that it was "a low priority". They've sacrificied gameplay, gutted stability and tossed away functionaility for better graphics in a new game engine.

I remember playing the first game and having fantasies of how it could have been better. The game was great, but there was something about it that you just instinctively knew there could be so much more to it. I kind of always hoped they'd somehow justify building it out some more, drilling down on the gameplay elements and turning it into a more immersive experience. The Anniversary release managed to step down that road then subsequently run in the opposite direction. It is a graphically-polished abomination.
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35 of 48 people (73%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
7.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 2
Real talk:
It's a good game, but there is literally no update to this and the original. The physics, gameplay, movement of characters, story line (given, but I was hoping for an extra treat), etc. is all the same from the old fable. The graphics are muddier than before, and I feel you should get the entire game without needing DLCs. Honestly, save your $60 for the full game and buy the old one which has great graphics for its ages, for $10.
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