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Submitted by WilliamUsher 136d ago | video

Sacred 3 Complete Gameplay Walkthrough

One Angry Gamer "The latest game from Keen Games and Deep Silver is called Sacred 3. Pfft, I mean, if you clicked on the link to this article it’s pretty obvious that’s what the game is called. Anyway, it’s an arcade hack-and-slash title and it offers isometric, less-than-loot-and-grind gameplay where you’ll spend most of your time grinding and fighting and very little of that looting the booty. Nevertheless, if you want to see how the game plays out from start to finish via a complete walkthrough, you came to the right place." (PC, PS3, Sacred 3, Xbox 360)

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AnotherGamer117  +   136d ago
WOW, just wow. Sacred 3? That is not anything like the older sacred games.

It is now just a hack/slash non open world mission based game. No leveling, no crafting, no loot.

This is a huge let down for me. Loved Sacred 2.
harbie  +   136d ago
This is not Sacred, this POSh*t tarnishes the great name of Sacred 1 & 2... so sad :(.

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