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Sacred Underworld: Review @ games xtreme

(PC: Single- & Multi-Player RPG) | Posted by Dhruin @ Sunday - June 12, 2005 - 09:48 -
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games xtreme has reviewed Ascaron's 'Sacred Underworld' expansion, awarding the score of 7.5/10:
Sacred is undoubtedly one of the superior RPGs. Since its appearance last year, it has garnered a wide following, despite the fact that the game was rather buggy in its first incarnations. People stuck with it as the developers fixed everything, simply because it was so good. The characters you play were well thought out, requiring practice and strategy to play them at their best, the music was top notch and atmospheric, the artwork beautifully done. Although there was some criticism of the plot, in that it involved the generic good guys versus evil nutter scenario, it wasn’t too much of a downside. In an RPG, players just want to wield the skills of their characters against a variety of challenging adversaries and situations in a good setting. And Sacred won on all points there.
Source: Blue's
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