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Sacred sanctified by Games Domain

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Fri 26 March 2004, 18:02:18

Tags: Sacred

There's a review of the should-be-in-stores-today-in-North-America action CRPG, Sacred, over at Games Domain. It's pretty brief, only mentions a few things in a handful of paragraphs, but nothing majorly bad. They ended up giving it a 8.0/10 faulting sound, rough graphics went zoomed in, and cliché story. Here's a clip:


Six character types are available: Wood elves enjoy using bows and magic based on the moon. Dark elves are their opposite; the males use poisoned blades and martial arts, the females are priestesses and use magic. The gladiator is big, buff, and badass. The seraphim is a heavenly creature that conjures magic from afar. The battle mage is a powerful magic-user. Then there's the vampiress. Once a noblewoman, she was turned into a soulless vampire. One day, however, she bit a seraphim, and was granted her power (and soul) back. Now she’s a bloodsucking Goth girl on the side of good.​

Silly n00b vamp mistake, biting an angel.

Spotted at: Blue's News

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