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Sacred 2: Fallen Angel- PS3

Sacred 2: Fallen Angel- PS3
alaScore 80

45 reviews

Nov, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 45 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the price and action. The gameplay and story also get good feedback. The controls and multi player mode get mixed views.

story, gameplay, action, price

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Sacred 2: Fallen Angel- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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Sacred 2: Fallen Angel - PS3 review at Thunderbolt Games

 

Sacred 2: Fallen Angel is an unusual game for console owners. Resolutely PC-focused in its gameplay and designs, it can be very overwhelming at first with almost nothing by way of narrative or linear structure to follow, and decidedly unfriendly menus...

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Sacred 2: Fallen Angel [PS3, 360]

 

Reviewed on the XBox 360.

Diverse and intersecting Light and Shadow campaigns ; Decent voice acting

Last generation graphics and stiff animation ; Unresponsive controls ; Combat is a crapshoot

Unresponsive gameplay brings down an ultimately generic and forgettable dungeon crawler.

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Sacred 2: Fallen Angel

 

Sacred 2:Fallen Angel is the prequel to 2004's Sacred, but it isn't your average prequel as the game takes place 2,000 years before the original. The game's story still resides in the land of Ancaria, where an ancient race called the Seraphim,who once...

Sacred 2 is an excellent game that excels in many aspects while not doing anything terribly new or innovative for the genre. The biggest selling point is definitely the game's abundance of content, which can keep you busy for a very long time, and the...

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Sacred 2: Fallen Angel

 

With all the major issues Sacred 2 seems to encounter, the game is still very enjoyable and additive. Even with my concerns in the game, I still managed to clock over 30 hours of addictive levelling gameplay, without really touching on quarter of the...

Additive gameplay; Fun online modes; Plenty of things to do

A few bugs; Online Lobby issues; No advanced tutorials

Online play though is just as smooth as simple play, going on the map and selecting your friends arrow to teleport you straight to them, saving on some serious meet up time on the massive world available. There is also Free World and PVP modes to...

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Sacred 2: Fallen Angel Review

 

We take a closer look at the new release of Sacred 2: Fallen Angel, but can the title warrant a purchase?

Sacred 2 is your typical hack and slash RPG. Fans of the genre will mostly enjoy its huge map and abundant amount of quests and voyages. The casual gamer looking for a decent RPG adventure shouldn't expect anything breath-taking from this game.

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Sacred 2: Fallen Angel

 

Loot paradise.

The game difficulty isn't too fierce at the silver level, but I do suggest starting there, even for new players. Bronze is far too easy, and while it's a good way to get acquainted with the game's mechanics, it doesn't really teach you how to use the...

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Sacred 2: Fallen Angel

 

Last year we reviewed Sacred 2: Fallen Angel for the PC and on the whole it was a solid follow up to the impressive Sacred. There were problems with the game and it also had more than its fair share of bugs. However, the most disappointing aspect of...

Ultimately Sacred 2: Fallen Angel is a good action-RPG and arguable one of the better ones on the PlayStation 3 to date. Ascaron really did a good job of making the game feel at home on the console and at no point did I feel like I was struggling with...

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Sacred 2: Fallen Angel PS3 Review

 

To say that Sacred 2: Fallen Angel is big would be a “big” understatement. Its world is a huge 22 square miles, its quests number in the hundreds and it will take a significant amount of time to see everything that its universe, Ancaria, has to offer....

Sacred 2 may have its fair share of problems but they’re not enough to truly get in the way of the games achievements, namely its vast world and the largely well executed fighting, looting and menu fiddling facets that make for such a highly addictive...

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Sacred 2: Fallen Angel

 

Brett trusts in the power of the fortune cookie for his 'review' of Sacred 2

You hack, you slash, Sacred 2 looks pretty and your friends can play too ; This review is so late that the game is probably in the bargain bins by now

Sometimes the hacking and the slashing gets boring ; The whole deal is a little cliched and unoriginal

Check, please, for Mr. Folger. For whom the phrase "dim sum" is not merely a description, but damnation. A man who finds himself sitting down to a never ending course of reviews, prepared for him, by the Lotus Bear…

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Sacred 2: Fallen Angel review

 

Sacred 2 has had a later release in Australia than in other regions so we were late getting our hands on a copy, and when we did, it was for the PS3. Playing through to level 18 proved an increasingly difficult path, but not because the game...

Poor execution means that most people won’t get to see the amount of work that's gone into making the game world and associated adventures.

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