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Review Sacred review at 3DAvenue


Nov 9, 2002
Monkey Island
Tags: Ascaron Entertainment; Sacred

<a href=http://www.3davenue.com>3DAvenue</a> have <a href=http://www.3davenue.com/index.php?mod=article&id=675>reviewed</a> the German action RPG Sacred. Much like many other reviewers, they liked it and Sacred scores <b>88%</b>.
<blockquote>Visually the game looks fantastic for an RPG, with all character items such as armor and weapons uniquely represented with impressive detail, not to mention fluent animations and very nice environments. Such inclusions as changing times of the day are highly welcomed, with some weather effects as well. Unfortunately the only drawback In the visuals is the performance of the game's graphic engine. At times we did notice frame rate loss and according to a few online communities this is not uncommon. For some reason we also had cut scene performance issues during single player mainly related to the sound cutting in and out, however this may not be a widespread issue. Nevertheless, the bugs in Saceed seem to effect pretty much every fundamental aspect of the game, which is a little disappointing.</blockquote>
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