Summary: Awesome game. However, it is almost impossible to acquire any legendary items in the game. Only picked up 2 in the hundreds of hours of game play. Got most legendary items by trading with other players. It's a must have game for PS3 gamers.
Summary: It is an above average action rpg with a good value. On the other side there is nothing special in this game to distinguish it from other action rpgs. The story is decent and the playable character variations are good. The gameplay is kind of repetitive at the beginning but it gets better later on. The main part of the game is collecting better weapons, armors and improve the battle skills (The Diablo 1-3 formula).
Summary: This is an excellent open world rpg. I've played over 100 hours of this game and still haven't finished it, or found everything there is to explore. This game has open world exploration, unique character classes, loot, 100's of hours of gameplay, my god what else could you ask for. Excellent game.
Summary: Very, very bad game. Ultra buggy, constant crashes, TERRIBLE, TERRIBLE path-finding, non-readable fonts, animations, sync problems (in a bloody single player game!), mouse clicks dont handle properly, occasional double clicks all the time, very small inventory items, TERRIBLE itemization (all items is basically 0-6 random properties, and that's it. Get ready for some unique rings that gives you... 5% cold damage.
Summary: Sacred 2 is a niche game, as evidenced by the disparity in its review scores. For every person who thinks this is one of the best RPGs out there, there will be another who doesn't see the appeal. That said, here are the top four things you should know about Sacred 2. 1. Complex, Challenging, and Rewarding Leveling System Sacred 2 has one of the deepest character development systems you may ever find, especially on a console.
Summary: This game sucked I couldn't see the characters I didn't know who I was fighting and the graphics were the worst if you're going to make your character make it to where the person can at least see them I would've rather them be closer and see them run and check stuff out felt like I was looking at my character through a microscope
Summary: A VAST improvement over Sacred 1, which was pure **** Some nice design ideas and this game could've set up the whole franchise for a golden path, but it seems like Sacred 3 is going to follow the Diablo 3 way straight to **** mountain.
Summary: This is an exceptionally ambition game that was released with too many bugs, but since the patch it runs great and looks good. The open world environment doesn't lag on the PS3, though there are some issues with loading when entering or leaving a portal or cavern (both require a loading screen). The only really disappointing thing about this game is that the control scheme is not very intuitive and aiming is difficult for anything but area of effect spells.