Summary: This game is underrated and does not deserve the low scores its receiving. Hopefully I can provide a decent enough review that allows people to steer clear of this game or pick it up based on my review. The first thing I would like to say is its my opinion the low scores are rolling in almost exclusively for two reasons. Both reasons go hand in hand and that is the developers of this game This game is underrated and does not deserve the low scores its receiving.
Summary: Its multriplayer fun in a repetitive button mashing 'gauntlet' sort of way. Opening graphics were great. In game graphics are functional. But audio? Was the in game 'adviser' narration done by a breathlessly excited american high school girl? And not in a good way. Your hero/heroine is apparently 'badass' and 'kicks butt'. Meanwhile, the evil boss on the initial level refers to you as Its multriplayer fun in a repetitive button mashing 'gauntlet' sort of way.
Summary: I played Sacred 2....and actually hated it. But..I love Sacred 3 so far. Rating a game purely on how it met expectations is a poor review. If you consider the actual game, it's a very well done hack and slash game. Love the graphics, very smooth gameplay and so car...no glitches. There are still plenty of people playing online if you wish to do some co-op. Any given night there are 15-20 I played Sacred 2....and actually hated it. But..I love Sacred 3 so far.
Summary: First of all I do not own this game and never will. I am a huge fan of RPGs and this game couldn't be farther from it. No loot equals no customization which is the heart of any RPG in my opinion. In the Sacred series 1 and 2 are great games, ones that I have loved for years but creating 3 is pointless to include in this series. Not only is it a disgrace to the "open world" of Sacred but First of all I do not own this game and never will.
Take the best Japanese style over the shoulder samurai slash em up
Joseph Hogan, Amazon
13 August 2014
Summary: Take the best Japanese style over the shoulder samurai slash em up, give it overhead view, and then remove loot, replayability, and anything that makes it fun. You end up with Sacred 3. I really wanted to find something to like about it. Try as I might it just didn't happen. If you paid someone to shove bamboo splinters under your finger nails you would likely be more satisfied than if you spent money to buy this game.