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).
Summary: This game is terribly boring. Even with 2 players it's still boring. It doesn't do anything new, the gameplay is boring. The story is boring. The graphics are boring. I do like the genre though and the game works and doesn't have technical flaws.
Summary: Decent game, but don't expect it to keep your attention past the third day. Typical hack and slash. I like the idea of getting mounts but it's either pay an obscene amount for a horse early or wait till level 15 for the character specific one- not cool.
Summary: When I was a kid before all the internet connected consoles I would always play co-op games with my friends huddled up next to a tiny tv until the early morning hours. I'm always on the lookout for co-op games I can play online to try and recapture that magic.
Summary: I love me some RPGs. I also love me some offline 2-player coop games, a residual effect of having grown up on Atari and NES platforms. So it is a rare day indeed when an offline 2 player RPG coop comes down the pike.
Summary: I actually own two copies of Sacred 2, that is how much I loved the first game. I own the PC version and PS3 version but for a reason. The PC version (I am on Vista x64) just wouldn't run right for me no matter what drivers I used, vista patching etc.
They should have called it Sacred 2: Vermin Slayer
RPGee Wiz "MondoJohnny", Amazon
2 September 2009
Summary: Without attempting to be too hyperbolic, I have to say that this game is without a doubt one of the more puzzling entries into the hack n slash genre. Sometimes you just want a game that you can turn on and run around in with your buds, laying low countless legions of... rats? Sheep? Rabbits??
Summary: Not really all that special. Some cool things, but with a frame rate that makes me feel like I'm running on an old rig (it's a PS3, please keep in mind that I cannot upgrade it play your game more smoothly!), and a camera that refuses to even let me see the horizon ("just..let...me...look...up!