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Sacred just okay to Game Revolution

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Sacred just okay to Game Revolution

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Sun 2 May 2004, 23:31:23

Tags: Sacred

Game Revolution gives Sacred a big, fat C score in it's review of the action CRPG. Nothing much really to say about it that hasn't already been said, so here's a clip:

The character selection gives you six choices: Dark Elf, Gladiator, Vampiress, Wood Elf, Battle Mage, and Seraphim. Simplicity is nice, but Sacred has taken it a little too far. You cannot customize your character at all, no different heads or bodies or even sexes - there is no male Vampire, and no female Gladiator. You have some leeway over choosing your different skills as you gain levels, but your starting stats and subsequent increases are automatic to your class, leaving you with only one paltry point to put wherever you wish.​

On the other hand, you can play dress up with the hundred thousand bits of armor pieces, hats and other things.

Spotted at: Blue's News

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