Sacred 2 game
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  • This is the game for dungeon crawling, mob smashing mayhem that so many of us love, all with a very developed story line and great—no amazing—graphics

    • by Chrystal
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      Sacred 2 is the most immersive and beautiful game I have seen this year on the Playstation 3. This is the game for dungeon crawling, mob smashing mayhem that so many of us love, all with a very developed story line and great—no amazing—graphics.

      Sacred 2 is a follow up to Sacred, both of them produced by Ascaron. Sacred 2 was released to the world on Playstation 3, Xbox360 and Windows based PCs. Following true to the theme, not much was changed in way of game play. For example the rich reward and challenging puzzle


      quests are still a main stay in the game. The great character development and customizations are still running strong, and if you think the original looked great Ascaron when above and beyond with large sweeping, beautiful landscapes and great character development.

      The story of Sacred 2 occurs 2,000 years before Sacred and Sacred Underworld. In Sacred 2, T-energy is still abundant and abound around the word and even oozing out creating powerful nasty mutants who roam free around the world map. Baddies are nothing to shake a stick at either, as you progress and developed your character the ...


      • environment grows and rises to you, keeping the game challenging and engaging.

        As you play the game, each action and decision you make actually affects the outcome and the game world. Because of this there are two distinct paths through Sacred 2, one of light (make good, kind and humane decisions) and one of dark (become the person your parents warned you about and through all respect for life out the window.). So the world is completely at your whim, waiting for you to become the hero to rescue or destroy as you see fit.

        Sacred, not only can be

        soloed effectively but it has excellent co-op opportunities and online game play that allows the lone warrior to team up with other players and take on those particular nasty monsters and dungeons. And the great thing about the online game play is that it is free! You pay nothing monthly or weekly to team up with your best friends and kill zombies that are stalking sewers, bandits killing innocent town folk, or the Cultists that steal the lives of innocent maidens. So slaughter and mayhem all around for free, that sounds like a great deal to me.




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