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Sacred 2: Fallen Angel

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"Great Big Adventure.."
5 stars"

I really enjoy my time with Sacred 2. I had a new Pc when this came out and I have the special edition with the hi-res textures (elite pack), and it looks AMAZING. If you have a newish machine and get sick of WAW and WOW and want a fun, irreverant (with loads of tongue in cheek humour ), fantasy game that just goes on and on, with ever increasing graphic wonders, then get this game. It does get boring after a while, but so does EVERY SINGLE game I've ever played. I keep coming back. There have been many patches so far and never have my characters glitched because of this.(unlike Sacred,Plus,Gold where nearly every character glitched). there are lots of sound and control options and it took me a couple of days to figure out what was right for me. And did I mention..MAN DOES IT LOOK AND SOUND GREAT!. Also mixes in energy weapons (ty energy) to add to the usual fanfare of wands, spears,swords, magic, bows etc. I have an ATI card but if you have a new Nvidia card, they've just added Physix graphics to the game..you lucky devils. I really think the great Blizzard will have a hard time beating this, but then having Billions of dollars at their disposal, Diablo 3 could almost knock this from it's perch. (but why wait for them!)

Go Ascaron!

GET A NEW PC, GET THIS GAME.

7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.
"A good hack n slash.."
4 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

I have always been a bit of a fan of this genre, so I was really looking forward to Sacred 2. Graphically, the game is quite nice – models and landscapes are quite detailed. The system requirements to run this on full settings are a little high, but most should be able to enjoy this title on a moderate system. The story isnt the most compelling, but then most people dont play these games for the story – they play them for the loot and the hacking/slashing – of which there is plenty of. If I had one complaint about this game, it would be the interface.. Its just not as refined as other games of this type, and can occasionally cause a bit of frustration. Titan Quest is honestly a better choice than this, but if you've done that one, and are still waiting for Diablo 3, this game has a huge world to fill some time in..

3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.
"A good fun game"
4 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

In the world of Arcania you can choose between the two compaigns, light or dark. Follow the main quest or choose to do the side quests. I find the graphics eye dropping and the music by Blind Gaurdian fits the game's atmosphere nicely. A good solid hack and slash that will keep you occupied for some time.

5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.
"Exactly what I expected"
4 stars"

Just go the game yesterday and will say it is a very good hack and slash game. The world (no levels in this) is huge and seamless (who complains about a large and very beautiful game world?) Yes there are bugs but the patches released fix all these and even add new areas and monsters to the game. I am not bored of the game and I played it 8 hours straight yesterday and 4 this morning. I recommend to any who like hack and slash games!

5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.
"This Game Is Awesome"
5 stars"

Been playing mostly Single Player. They are fixing the online lobbies at the moment, they are combining the EU and US lobbies so we'll be able to get more people to play with :). Once you get the hang of the skills and what to level up it gets really fun! I've finished the light campaign. Took about 30 hours. I didn't really do many side quests either. And there's 6 classes to choose with Dark or Light campaign, so there's a lot of reply value. Some awesome looking items, fiery swords etc.

You can special mounts eg. big saber tootth tiger to ride on, each unique to a class.

Sweet game, fun online. :D Love it

5 out of 7 people found this review helpful.
"RPG without the magic touch"
2 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

I usually enjoy a good RPG. However I have found this game disappointing. It had nice graphics, and was reasonably fun at the start. I found this games skills system rather unique, which is nice to see attempts at new ways of doing things, although it was an complex skill system, I found it a bit minimalistic. After reading the manual I quickly decided to play as a high elf, as the description lead me to believe it was supposed to be a mage. However the choice in skills was very small, there were 3 skill classes, only 5 skills in each, and most were defensive skills or buffs. There was only an incredibly small choice in ‘spells’. Of the offensive skills, they were very basic. There were no spells that really lit up the screen with glowing awesomeness. I found the information about the skills useless at first, and through a process of trial and serious mistakes ruining my character, I learnt how it worked.

I decided to start again, with a dual wield seraphim, things immediately became incredibly easy. I quickly switched to silver difficulty as bronze was boring, and had to start the story from the beginning yet again. I found silver was no harder, I just grew levels quicker, and the monsters grew levels quicker, but still fell very quickly. This seemed to highlight some serious balancing issues.

I found the quests were incredibly boring, with no real sense that there was a purpose to any ‘story’ until I finished the game with the final cinematic which I realised what it was that I was trying to accomplish. Side quests showed an even worse balancing issue, with simplistic tasks like walking safely across a village ‘carrying’ a bucket of water a few times being rewarded with 3 very good set item armour pieces to kit out my character.

I found that the game had a few bugs on my system. Running an ATI HD 5750 with tri monitor. Although the game supported resolutions for running all screens at once, when doing so it was super zoomed, so you had no idea what was sneaking up on you. A simple text file camera setting tampering allowed zooming out, however this resulted in fog which rendered visibility worse than useless. This isn't really an issue, as I don't believe the game claimed anywhere to support these resolutions, so I stuck to a single screen.

I tried physx with an old nvidia card, I could not see any visable difference, although I noticed a significant frame rate drop.

Inside buildings and caves I often saw artifacts, and when starting the game the menu was unresponsive to the mouse, so I had to alt-tab out, then restore in order to be able to play the game.

I didn't find that there was any re-playability factor in this game, starting again at the beginning when changing difficulty was tedious enough.

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Description

Sacred 2: Fallen Angel is an Action RPG with a rich story that takes place in a giant, open-ended and seamless world. This world contains hundreds of dungeons, treacherous opponents and a variety of challenging quests. Intelligent enemies, steadily adapting in number and difficulty based on player progress, challenge in heroic single- and multiplayer battles.

Sacred 2: Fallen Angel provides numerous unique items that can be gathered in this mystical world. A deep reward system further enables advancements in character, individual attributes and character-specific fighting styles, each designed to keep players returning to the world of Sacred 2: Fallen Angel to discover what is around the next bend. Drop-in styled cooperative multiplayer gameplay ensures players will enjoy the game alone or seamlessly with friends at any time. Five unique multiplayer modes round out the experience and offer a refreshing, first-class gaming experience in Sacred 2: Fallen Angel.

Features:

  • A huge, seamless and dynamic world that allows for free-form exploration
  • Two campaigns: play as the “Light” or “Shadow” side, complete with distinct skills, rewards and story-elements tailored to the chosen path
  • Six exceptional, playable characters, each with a distinct look, capabilities and in-game motivation
  • Modifiable combat arts: change and upgrade your alter ego’s combat skills as you make choices throughout the game
  • Fight effectively from the back of a number of mounts under your control
  • Deities offer unique combat disciplines to players
  • The ultimate multiplayer experience - seamless transition between single- and multiplayer gaming modes
  • Captivating online modes of play challenge gamers in cooperative and PvP play
  • Extraordinary, cutting-edge graphics utilize the latest technologies

 

System Requirements:

Minimum System Requirements
OS: Windows XP/Vista
Processor: Pentium 4 @ 2.6 GHz or (Intel Core 2 DUO @ 2.4 GHz with Onboard Graphics)
Memory: 1 GB
Hard Drive: 20 GB Free
Video Memory: 128 MB (GeForce 6200/Radeon X1300/Intel 945GM)
Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
DirectX: 9.0c
Keyboard & Mouse
DVD Rom Drive
Release date NZ
October 17th, 2008
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PC CD-ROM
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Box Dimensions (mm)
138x190x15
UPC
4020628502065
All-time sales rank
Top 500
Product ID
1541768

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