Fable II and Fallout 3 - two of Xbox 360's best role-playing games - are now up for grabs from Xbox Live's Games on Demand service.

What's more, they cost only 20 quid each.

Fallout 3, perhaps surprisingly, is the smaller of the two files at 5GB; Fable II - a flabby 7GB - ought to consider celery.

Both Fallout 3 and Fable II earned 10/10 here on Eurogamer.

Head to the Xbox.com Fallout 3 page to buy and queue the game for download, and head to our Fallout 3 review to find out more.

Head to the Xbox.com Fable II page to buy and queue the game for download, and head to our Fable II review to find out more.

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