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Review Sacred slightly impresses Warcry


Staff Member
Jun 16, 2002
Behind you.
Tags: Sacred

There's a more detailed and positive <A href="http://www.warcry.com/scripts/columns/view_sectionalt.phtml?site=15&id=67&colid=2542">review</a> on <A href="http://www.warcry.com/">Warcry</a> about <A href="http://www.sacred-game.com">Sacred</a>, where it gets a <b>8.4/10</b>. So, yeah.. Here's a clip:
<blockquote>These combat arts will vary based on your character class, but can be such things as a super powerful melee attack, a healing spell, or a fireball. Of note, you do not have mana here, as in most games. You simply have a recycle time on all your powers. Nice, as it is one less thing to worry about downing potions for. The nice thing is that many of these combat arts can be linked to form combos. Linking combat arts makes for easier execution, and damage that'll make even the largest demon run in terror.</blockquote>
Actually, there are recycle time potions in the game.
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Mar 12, 2004
I finally found out what they are good for now. And I still never use them lol

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