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Sacred Underworld: Review @ GamerDad

(PC: Single- & Multi-Player RPG) | Posted by Dhruin @ Friday - December 09, 2005 - 07:09 -
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GamerDad has posted a review of Sacred Underworld, with a score of 3.5/5:
The only truly new things are two added characters: Dwarf and Daemon. The Dwarf is a male character, and the Daemon is female, and they each start at level 29 with a ‘kit' that you can't alter. The Dwarf is the prototypical burly fighter type, but the Daemon is a very interesting character. She is a creature who was driven from Hell and stripped of most of her powers. She is primarily a weapon-based fighter, but can transform herself to unleash greater destruction, and also use some magical powers. My previous character from the original Sacred was a Battle Mage, which was focused mainly on the fire and water disciplines, but always needed some melee capability. I had tried the Gladiator and found the direct combat to be tiresome after several hours. I was pleasantly surprised at how enjoyable the combat was with the Daemon because her blend of melee and elemental powers are a very nice mix that made some of the more grinding dungeon crawls interesting.
Thanks Blue's and txa1265.
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