Summary: Before putting 60+ hours into this game, I think I should warn people about what happened to me, so that they don't make the same frustrating mistake that I did. I wouldn't say that it was technically a glitch, and something of the same nature happened to me when I was playing Skyrim, but all the same, it still makes you want to rip your hair out.
Summary: My wife and I wanted a game that we could play together. We thought we could with this game but we could only get 1 player on it. the graphics are also very bad. You cant even see anything around your character outside of like 10-feet in scale. It's an overhead view which is so stupid. I can't believe anyone would like this game.
DO NOT BUY THIS GAME IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR COOP!!!!
R. Burch "whiteyfresh", Amazon
28 July 2013
Summary: My wife and I have a love of video games. Not necessarily the same style of games, but we both can have fun. We were extremely excited about this game, and started playing it together. We had a blast, and as you can see from my 'fun' rating it's a pretty decent game, actually. The massive problem I have is that we had put in approximately 50 hours-50 HOURS-of gameplay together, and then one day we loaded up the game and-WHOOSH-my wife's save file was GONE.
Summary: This game is masssive! so many many many quests. level cap 200.! Not even Oblivion is this massive. So many weapons, armor.... i have been playing 20 hrs an have done 30 plusmmissions side quest and still I only have level 20 and explored less than 5% of the map. And the co-op and multiplayer just adds more to the fun. I recommend that to everyone who wants 100hours and more of game if you do all the side quests like me.
Summary: I really did enjoy this game a lot when I played it... the first time. But I'm also a completionist, so I like to try to get all the achievements and this makes that incredibly time-consuming. I've owned it for 3 years now and I only play it every now and then whenever I have the time to wade through the next play through. The game is absolutely immense.
Summary: With Diablo, Torchlight, and Borderlands all having lavish sequels, it's a good time to look back at Ascaron's Sacred sequel, which ended up being their final game before bankruptcy and closure. The original Sacred was something of a sleeper hit. With solidly 2d environment graphics (the characters were 3d) it actually looked a little more dated than Diablo 2, but it had a very clean sharp aesthetic and its intense customization, huge open world, and streak of cheeky...