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Submitted by mathsman 705d ago | review

In-depth Review: Sacred Citadel - Electronic Theatre

The Sacred franchise may not be the biggest name in the videogames industry, but it’s developed enough of a following to support not only a third title, but also a spin-off in another genre. Sacred Citadel is the unlikely scrolling beat-‘em-up offspring of an action role-playing game, but Electronic Theatre is most certainly pleased that Deep Silver had such faith in the brand as here they offer one of the finest of it’s ilk on recent years. (PC, PS3, Sacred Citadel, Xbox 360) 87/100

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