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  • Summary: With the Fable III: Understone Quest Pack, your hero will discover a mysterious town built beneath the streets of Bowerstone, crafted by eccentric inventor Montague Hummes. This full scale town is bustling with new houses and stalls to own, novel creatures to battle and a major mystery to solve. As added bonuses, you’re invited to explore the Mercenary Shooting Range and the Wheel of Misfortune, for chances to win in-game prizes. Expand
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  2. Negative: 3 out of 9
  1. 60
    Understone is cheap, but that's hardly enough to make it a worthy purchase. [Feb 2011, p.83]
  2. Jan 3, 2011
    One hour of gameplay, two new weapons and a military outfit for 400 Microsoft Points? This is not the best offer of the year, but true Fable fans won't miss it.
  3. Jan 4, 2011
    Lionhead Studios usually develops great extra content but this time the company has taken the easy way out. The Understone Quest Pack doesn't add a lot to Fable III but it will keep the fans entertained for a few hours.
  4. Dec 19, 2010
    It takes about forty minutes to see everything the DLC has to offer; less if you know your way about Albion.
  5. 50
    With just a little more than an hour of actual quality time, Fable III: Understone Quest Pack is barely worth the money. This is for die hard Fable III fans only.
  6. Dec 19, 2010
    The Understone Quest Pack may only ring up at 400 points ($5 USD) but it's such a superfluous add-on that I can't recommend it.
  7. Dec 19, 2010
    I'm not sure the Understone Quest Pack counts as content in any but the most literal interpretations of the word. Or does DLC stand for Downloadable Cynicism?

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  1. Mar 5, 2011
    Lionshead has never been the best at making DLC, as sadly Fable II's DLC were mediocre at best, but this has to be there best DLC offering yet, while the main quest your paying for is short, the other mini games that you will play to unlock new weapons such as a shooting range and an arena don't extend the life much either (I unlocked all the weapons in the arena my first try) it is enjoyable, and highly affordable at only 400 Microsoft points, if your already king this will be extremely easy for you, even though there isn't much more gameplay, the new weapons are nice, but I wish it added more achievements, flaws aside I can still recommend this to Fable III fans. Expand
  2. Dec 7, 2010
    While this DLC is a bit short (it took me about 40 minutes of leisurely gameplay), I found it enjoyable. The map is a bit uninspired (a little too linear for my tastes), but I thought the concept and execution was interesting. Plus, the new weapons and mini-games extend the life of the game for players who have completed the main story and side quests. Expand