Conclusion: The sound in Dead Rising 2 is very similar to the first game. Each weapon features two or three different sound effects. The background music ranges from smooth jazz melodies and elevator music in the mall/courtyard-like sections to guitar laden rock tracks when you battle the psychopaths. As with the detailing on weapons and the different types of missions – variations within the selection of sound and music are a bit of a problem.
Conclusion: If you had to dig for an overall fault in NHL 09 , it would deal with slowdown and the occasional lack of smoothness. Framerate seems like a company-wide problem for EA’s sports titles, and therefore you will see instances of slowdown in NHL 09 . It’s not atrocious, and rarely happens at a high degree when in the gameplay action, but it does crop up on some of the cut-in segments.
Summary: " Sacred 2: Fallen Angel " is a really fantastic game. If you love l00t, then you’ll feel right at home. Even if you’ve never played Diablo before or one of it’s many clones, sacred is as good a place as any to start, especially on a console.
Conclusion: Ich habe bis jetzt knapp 120h gespielt und bin immer noch voll dabei, erforsche neue Gebiete in welchen in noch nicht wahr und es packt mich immernoch genau wie bei der ersten Minute! Ein Zückerchen an der ganzen Sache ist auch der 4-Spieler Multiplayer welcher noch mehr Langzeitmotivation mitbringt und das ganze Game nochmals eine Stufe höher hebt!
Excerpt: When I first embarked on my journey in Sacred 2, I was mesmerized by the vast world before me. The environment was tantalizing to my eyes, especially its lush colors and realistic atmosphere. Needless to say, I couldn't wait to explore and dive in. Once I spent a little time in the world, however, I discovered that looks can be deceiving. The fun that Sacred 2 provides is very fleeting–there's an initial high and excitement, but that soon disappears.
Conclusion: Sacred 2 provides an incredible amount of content, and a replay value that will keep fans busy for hundreds of hours. Unfortunately, getting full enjoyment from the game requires looking past multiple minor technical problems, and poor graphics and audio.
Excerpt: …Diablo’s less attractive, less charming cousin. You pick a character class from six archetypes and commence mass extermination of enemies. You gain levels and find better gear so you can kill stronger monsters, so you can level up and find better gear, so you can…yeah, you know the drill. It’s one of those games, where the quest for more progress is paramount, and improving your character isn’t just a means to an end but rather is the real goal of the whole operation.
Excerpt: It’s Like… …Diablo’s less attractive, less charming cousin. You pick a character class from six archetypes and commence mass extermination of enemies. You gain levels and find better gear so you can kill stronger monsters, so you can level up and find better gear, so you can…yeah, you know the drill.
Excerpt: Playing Sacred 2: Fallen Angel is both a pleasure and a pain. It's pleasurable because the game is fun, big, and addictive, and painful because it has its own share of flaws, some worse than others. Much like the original Sacred or Titan Quest, Sacred 2 is a game that operates partially in Diablo II's shadow, and partly in the shadow of all of the action RPG's since Blizzard's classic.