Huffs and puffs, but doesn’t blow us away.
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 with Fable 2.
A rewarding, idiosyncratic romp imbued with nonsense, humour, and pathos.
A brilliant premise is undercut by short play time, poor combat and many bugs.
New additions fail to mask old problems.
A great game made better thanks to a lovely lick of paint.
A good-looking if dull endless runner that has no sense of urgency or momentum.