History VideoGame / Sacred

27th Apr '16 11:14:39 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* NoExportForYou: When Ascaron, the developer company, went under, the rights to localize the sequel's expansion in the U.S. went with them. Thankfully, the international version of the expansion is still purchasable.
26th Dec '15 12:24:15 PM LahmacunKebab
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* ArtificialStupidity: Escortees in ''2'' that wield melee weapons. which will ''always'' seek out the nearest enemy in a futile attempt to kill it...and by nearest, we really mean "anything within 10 yards." By contrast, escorts with ranged weapons are considerably more careful and tactical, but sadly these types are very rare compared to melee escorts.

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* ArtificialStupidity: Escortees in ''2'' that wield melee weapons. which will ''always'' seek out the nearest enemy in a futile attempt to kill it... and by nearest, we really mean "anything within 10 yards." By contrast, escorts with ranged weapons are considerably more careful and tactical, but sadly these types are very rare compared to melee escorts.
13th Dec '15 7:14:06 AM morenohijazo
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* ImperfectRitual: Shaddar attempts to summon a sakkara demon and bring it under his control, but one of his minions messes up while drawing the pentagram on the floor. As a result, the ritual summons a sakkara which is obviously ''not'' under Shaddar's control, and rather annoyed at being removed from its natural habitat...
2nd Aug '15 6:35:29 PM Vios
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2nd Nov '14 12:37:57 PM MagBas
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* GratuitousGerman: [[UnfortunateImplications The Goblins occasionally shout (hard to understand) german phrases]]. Mostly a side effect of sloppy localization, though -- the game was developed in Germany.

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* GratuitousGerman: [[UnfortunateImplications The Goblins occasionally shout (hard to understand) german phrases]].phrases. Mostly a side effect of sloppy localization, though -- the game was developed in Germany.
3rd Sep '14 12:12:31 PM othergrunty
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** Also following a sidequest about a Seraphim who was researching their history reveals a document detailing their creation. [[spoiler:They are half-human hybrids, enhanced with cybernetics created by a space empire. The energy beam from the sky is infact a kill sat still hanging in orbit fully functional after several thousand years]].
30th Aug '14 7:48:51 AM SolkaTruesilver
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A second sequel, ''Sacred 3'', was released by Keen Games on August 1, 2014. Tone and gameplay changes have subjected the sequel to criticism of InNameOnly.
8th Jul '14 9:41:54 AM SomeNewGuy
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* WhereItAllBegan: In ''2'', [[spoiler:the Seraphim's final battle with the Dark Seraphim takes place in the cave where you first encountered her at the beginning of the quest chain.]]
30th May '14 2:15:14 PM Asgar
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''Sacred'' is a HackAndSlash game in the vein of ''VideoGame/{{Diablo}}''. It follows the hero as he goes on a quest to defeat some giant demon, destroy the necromancer Shaddar, and save the lands of Ancaria by collecting the five elements. You probably won't notice that much, as you'll be a bit busy using the spells to destroy your enemies. There are six classes in the original (Gladiator, Seraphim, Vampiress, Battle Mage, Wood Elf and Dark Elf) with two more added by an expansion pack (Dwarf and Daemon). Each class has its own special abilities learned from runes found around the game world.

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''Sacred'' is a HackAndSlash game in the vein of ''VideoGame/{{Diablo}}''. It follows the hero a hero(ine) as he (s)he goes on a quest to defeat some giant demon, destroy the necromancer Shaddar, and save the lands of Ancaria by collecting the five elements. You probably won't notice that much, as you'll be a bit busy using the spells to destroy your enemies. There are six classes in the original (Gladiator, Seraphim, Vampiress, Battle Mage, Wood Elf and Dark Elf) with two more added by an expansion pack (Dwarf and Daemon). Each class has its own special abilities learned from runes found around the game world.
3rd May '14 9:09:16 AM JoeP
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