THE GOOD: Excellent graphics, great skill and class system. Easy, intuitive interface.
THE BAD: Addictive, addictive, immersive.
SUMMARY: Surprising gem of a game that came outa nowhere! Players can choose from:
Gladiator: Surely nothing to crow about (excuse the pun there folks) but this is your 'tank' class in the game, this guy hits harder than a fistful of freight trains and can take more punishment than a whole room full of people into BDSM.
Seraphim: Heavenly magic using types that claim to be the direct descendants of a mystical army of angels. They supposedly fought the good fight on the side of the Gods a long time ago and kicked much evil ass. They're not as physical as the Gladiator so it's wise to make sure you use magic first then switch to close in fighting.
Wood Elf: A tip of the hat and a big nod to Mr. Tolkien, without whom we wouldn't have so many elves, dwarves and wizards with big hats and staves. These creatures of the forest have pointed ears, like to use Moon Magic and...
THE GOOD: Although people may compare Sacred to Diablo or Diablo 2, the game has a unique twist to it. It combined the diablo frame with regards to quests but added more.. and I mean more.. QUESTS!<br><br>Another good thing would be that there are more character classes... 6 to be exact.
THE BAD: It's the traditional hack and slash game... or if you're a spellcaster, the magic and magic type.
SUMMARY: Graphics The game's graphics is above average even when you don't have the settings set to full. Unlike D2: LOD and its game patches, the graphics are more fluid and the detail of the characters and NPCs are much better.
Sound Turn up the volume on this game! The game has a great audio package. Even the voice acting is quite appealing to listen to. I used to skip the voice sequences after reading the text but with this one, it's actually entertaining to listen to. The wise cracks differ for every character class though.
Storyline There are a lot of quests! And I mean a lot! Aside from the main s...