Summary: is a good RPG for RPG lovers, great story line,great graphics<<>>good sound effects, poor characters voice, poor map.good spell effects, very massive map,good variety of characters to choose from, all chracters with own story line,camera view too far away.
Summary: It is nothing like the first one. They basically put training wheels on the game and removed the depth of it. but it still retains the likeable comedy that the first one had. The controls are alright as well and the open world. they got rid of a bunch of classes as well as abilities.
OK game, but if you want some action with your RPG go elsewhere.
18 July 2011
Summary: It was ok, not the game I was hoping it would be the game play was a bit awkward due to the camera angles the game gives you. It was ok game mind you, but nothing special just another RPG game.
Summary: This is a pretty fun game in the Diablo style of gameplay. Definitely a good game to help people wait for Diablo III. Not much character customizations but all of the armor and weapons you wear show up on your person. There are plenty of quests to keep you busy for a long long long time. Some of the best experience is gained by just hunting monsters however. A good buy for less than 30$.
Summary: The game is ok overall, I purchased it to play online with my brothers. It lacks effects, physics, and gameplay. It has many glitches and needed a lot of improvements and testing before release. The single player campaign is a bit boring and not as enjoyable as playing co-op but you and your friends must have the same conection type and speed otherwise the lesser conection will get stuck often and wont enjoy the game. That needs a lot of work.
Summary: Since this is about as close to a 2-player co-op (a la Baldur's Gate) as the 360 has, I gave it a whirl. I should never have made the comparison. There are 3 major problems with Sacred 2: 1) It wants (desperately) to be World of Warcraft. From the layout of the menus to the pace and animation of characters running, the WoW influence permeates everything. Which would be fine except for... 2) The complete lack of epicness.
Summary: This game has an excellent ideal behind it. It was probably a good game for the PC, but for the console version it's okay. I love RPGs, been playing them for years. It reminds me of Champions of Norrath for the PS2. Multiplayer is pretty good, just wish the view, graphics and controller could have been done better but for it being done on a 360 console, Bravo for the effort.
Summary: However i am still on the fence. I can see myself playing it for hours on end however for the first couple of hours i was very annoyed because its one of those figure it out games. I had no idea how to effectively level my character or how to assign weapons to slots basically what i could modify and what i could not. I saw that i could have glowy cool looking weapons but how do you get these things???