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Sacred 3 - PlayStation 3

Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Mature
2.8 out of 5 stars 45 customer reviews
Metascore: 56 / 100

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  • Now play as Kython the Malakhim and reinforce the resistance with powerful blood magic
  • Play as 1 of 5 powerful champions with unique skills and weapons mastering combat arts that decimate enemy hoards and outshine your fellow warriors, or combine them with your team with your allies to perform powerful co-op combat arts to defeat epic bosses
  • Level up and equip your hero with skills and weapons unique to your play style with an easy-to-use character progression system
  • Jump straight into the action with the classic arcade Hack 'n' Slash style
  • Mission stats and online leaderboards drives competition both locally and online
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Platform: PlayStation 3

The path to glory is paved with great danger. Sacred 3, the next installment in the successful Sacred series, is an arcade Hack 'n' Slash game for up to four players, set in the war for Ancaria. Choose your heroes and fight together against the rise of evil. Play fan-favorite character classes such as the Safiri, Seraphim, Ancarian, Khukuhri as well as the new Malakhim. Whilst upgrading your weapons and armor, you will face hoards of grimmorcs, brute beasts, legions of mercenaries and undead wizards. Develop your character's skills and abilities the way you want and team up together to use powerful combat Arts. Drop in, drop out for both offline (2 players) and online play (4 players). Fight together and go for the gold. Victory is Ours. Glory is Mine.

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 0.6 x 7 inches ; 3.5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 5, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,396 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
A small background on the story is that it revolves around a rebellion to free Ancaria from a Dark Elf named Zane. The world is in need of a group of heroes in order to accomplish what others evidently cannot. This is where you come in. There is nothing really that special about the story and it mainly serves as nothing more than a cheap gimmick to help fuel the players progression. Every now and then the characters will try and pawn off a series of jokes as an attempt to spice things up, but many seem out of place and simply aren't that funny. The story is level based, but I don't want to spoil how many levels there are or how long they are. I will simply say that the game is certainly not as long as Sacred 2.

The world map for Sacred 3 is basically a level selection menu. There is a path in which the player travels along nodes, and each of these nodes is a level. Some of them pertain to the story and others are simply a small side area. It is also worth noting that the game is not that hard, but I can't speak for the unlockable "Deity Difficulty" that I obtained after finishing the campaign, because I simply don't care enough to play through it again to experience it.

Now if your looking for the next Torchlight, Divinity, Planescape, Titan Quest, Nox, Icewind Dale, Neverwinter Nights, Dungeon Siege, Builders Gate, Path of Exile, an old school Diablo monster romp, or even a game that brings to the table what Sacred 2 delivered, then prepare yourself to be astronomically disappointed. However, if your looking for a simple hack & slash that is more polished than Sacred 2 ever was, but sacrifices the open world for those tight Diablo linear corridors, then your in for a real treat.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
The best way to describe this game is by comparing it to other games you may have played. It is roughly the love child of Gauntlet Legends (Hack and Slash) with a dash of Dungeon Siege 3 (Limited Spells). However, as other reviewers have stated, there is no loot to be had other than gold which is used to buy and upgrade a handful of spells, weapons and armor.

As a longtime fan of the Sacred series (although, not a fan of the relentless and sometimes game stopping glitches), I was very surprised to see the drastic changes of this series follow-up. This is not the horse riding, combo chaining, quest completing, loot fest I remembered from the first two installments. This game shares the name and character universe of Sacred ONLY.

Though, it doesn’t immediately make it a bad game. On the Contrary, Sacred 3 is a Hack and Slash game at heart with a simple leveling system and an odd, charming humor peppered throughout. You and up to 3 other players can jump in, slash your way through hordes until you finally end up at a boss fight. The game does promote cooperation, such as reviving your buddy but can be played alone.

Once you finish a level, you are placed on a map to either continue the story or play some small side missions to gain experience. Before deciding where to go you can upgrade your character. Typically you will unlock at least one level through each main mission for continuous character improvement.

This is truly not the Sacred I loved long ago but I do feel that this one is still fun all the same. I personally don’t find much re-playability after beating the game unless you want to play on the Deity difficulty. Normal difficulty gave the wife and I just enough of a challenge to keep our wits about us while not simply strolling through the game.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
Disclaimer: For those who feel cheated and that this isn't what they expected: I understand completely.

This isn't a horrible game. I'm gonna write this review as if this was a stand-alone game, not part of a series. I'll go through each part w/ my notes on various things.

Graphics: GREAT! For 720p, it's pretty! There are a good range of light/dark, indoor/outdoor areas and the detail is great. Might be a bit of texture popping (I think that's what it is), but it's just once in a while.

Sound: Excellent! The music fits, sound effects are good. The voice-acting is superb, although the script has A LOT of humor. For the most part it's enjoyable, the weapon spirit that you pick talks to you a lot. Mostly just little snippits/one-liners. After awhile, I just ignored it...no biggie.

Gameplay- Really simple. You have 3 basic attacks: light, heavy and a basic weapon slash. The first two are powered by finding yellow orbs, which you get from enemy drops and breaking containers. As you level up, you can switch out for other ones. Unfortunatly, foes do not drop loot. Instead you gain new weapons, armor and upgrades by progressing though the story and/or completing side missions. You can't even change your characters color of their clothing. I thought that woulda been nice, but that's not the case.

The game itself is rather short. After you get though it the first time, you will be at around level 25-26. To get to level 50, you can play though the game again...BUT at the highest difficulty setting. I found this to be kinda lame: why not make the game longer instead? I found this rather confusing.

I'm currently getting though the 1st playthough w/ each character and then I plan on going though the higher difficulty level.
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