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3.17 stars 3.17/5 Stars Average score of 6 user reviews spread across 14 releases and 0 DLC

A Hack'n'slash with some lasting appeal. 0

Sacred 2: Fallen Angel is a Hack and Slash/action type RPG, having gameplay style mimicking Diablo 2, Too Human, and many other games of the genre.  Where it departs from those titles is its vast open world style, feeling as much like an MMO (right down to exclimation points and question marks as quest markers) as an action RPG in many cases.  Choosing from one of Sacred's 6 classes and wether you'll campaign on the side of Light or Shadow, you enter the world of Ancaria and begin your quest.  Y...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Plagued by bugs but not enough to diminish its appeal 0

For two nights, I chased an early quest called Pesky Pirates before learned that the two different waypoints I was being shown on the minimap were both the incorrect locations and stumbling upon the true location of the quest objective. I have experienced the waypoint for the main story quest jumping locations in similar fashion. In some cases, characters will freeze in place unable to move. It may take using a combat art (the game's analog to spells) or possibly initiating a trade with my co-o...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Sacred 2 – Fallen Expectations 0

The Build Up It’s 4:30 Friday afternoon...and the clock slows to a crawl. In a mere half-hour’s time I would be on my way to Best Buy, rewards coupons in hand to pick up a copy of Sacred 2: Fallen Angel. The game had just come out that week and I had been anxiously waiting for payday to arrive to purchase it.  The plan was simple.  It involved the game, beer, boxer shorts, pizza and dozens of hours of idle time.  Aside from bio breaks for me and the dog there wasn’t anything else on the agenda ...

14 out of 20 found this review helpful.

This game is solid, so long as it isn't closely examined. 0

Sacred 2 will be instantly familiar to anyone who's played Baldur's Gate, Diablo, or Marvel: Ultimate Alliance. This generation seems to be severely lacking in top-down Action RPG's, only having Too Human as its best example, which, um... well, probably shouldn't be the poster-child for the genre. Traverse the vast world of Ancaria as one of six characters classes, level up, kill, and of course, collect mass amounts of fat loot. As a top-down quester, Sacred 2 is a fantastic (and addicting) expe...

7 out of 10 found this review helpful.

A good time killer but nothing special. 0

Welcome to Ancaria home of T-Energy and dungeon running dreams. If collecting loot, grinding levels and completing quests is your cup of tea, then you are going to be enjoying a couple hundred hours running around this rather colourful and open world. Boasting over 500 quests, a whole range of characters and a plethora of spells to choose from, as well as online co-op and PVP, Sacred 2 is shaping up to be quite a promising title. Does all this really deliver on the Xbox 360 version of the title ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Solid Adventure Foiled by Atrocious Camera and Art 0

Sacred 2: Fallen Angel is an adventuresome roam-and-explore, multiplayer, thoroughly Western RPG. I have to make that distinction because Japanese RPG's couldn't be a whole lot more different from games like Sacred 2. The art style, as befits a Western game, is atrocious to the point of being laughable in many places. However, exploring the world of(insert random fantasy-sounding place name) is quite fun--especially if you're joined by several friends while doing it. The item collecting and char...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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