What is there to do after you beat Fable II, really?

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When I sat down for the first time to play Fable II, I was enthralled. The whole charm of the game captured me from the first hour, and I never looked back. I played for hours on end, eventually beating the main story and most of the main side quests. Now, I'm not entirely sure how many hours I put into Fable II, but I could guess roughly about 20-25 hours.

Now for which side of the spectrum of morality I leaned towards, I played it naturally. I just chose whatever decisions made sense to me. I ended up being mainly good, but very corrupt. It's strange that you can be good in nature, but also very corrupt. They contradict each other.

Anyways, when I beat the main story,  (No boss battle by the way) I was left with about 4-5 side quests, which were completed in a matter of an hour or two. Now there isn't much else to do. I could try to own all of the property in Albion, but that doesn't seem worth it.

Now I am going to replay Fable as pure evil just to see what options are changed, because I enjoyed the game very thoroughly, but I'm just commenting on how short the game can be. They could have included a lot more side quests.

Although this post is very negative, don't misinterpret me, I enjoyed Fable II very much so.

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#1  Edited By Nobler

When I sat down for the first time to play Fable II, I was enthralled. The whole charm of the game captured me from the first hour, and I never looked back. I played for hours on end, eventually beating the main story and most of the main side quests. Now, I'm not entirely sure how many hours I put into Fable II, but I could guess roughly about 20-25 hours.

Now for which side of the spectrum of morality I leaned towards, I played it naturally. I just chose whatever decisions made sense to me. I ended up being mainly good, but very corrupt. It's strange that you can be good in nature, but also very corrupt. They contradict each other.

Anyways, when I beat the main story,  (No boss battle by the way) I was left with about 4-5 side quests, which were completed in a matter of an hour or two. Now there isn't much else to do. I could try to own all of the property in Albion, but that doesn't seem worth it.

Now I am going to replay Fable as pure evil just to see what options are changed, because I enjoyed the game very thoroughly, but I'm just commenting on how short the game can be. They could have included a lot more side quests.

Although this post is very negative, don't misinterpret me, I enjoyed Fable II very much so.

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#2  Edited By Eder

Yeah I feel like im not really going to jump it and play it again just now. The only thing that will get me into playing it again is the achievments.

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#3  Edited By MKHavoc

I just got some more achievements after I finished the game.  If you want more Fable 2, I suggest buying the Knothole Island expansion.