Playstation Universe Writes:
For a genre that is generally more suited to a keyboard and mouse, action role-playing game developers tend to shy away from trying to map dozens of commands to a controller. Inevitably, when developers do take that plunge, it means that they have to amend their game significantly to simplify it for consoles. Evidently, that's been too much hard work for most developers to bother with at this stage of the PS3's life cycle. It was never going to be an easy task for Ascaron to port Sacred 2: Fallen Angel from PC to consoles, but at least the Germany-based developer has decided to do something about that gap in the market. Though it isn't going to win any words for innovation, Ascaron's Diablo-style hack 'n slash action RPG is a very decent effort, and should satisfy the needs of those gamers waiting patiently for the day that Diablo 3 is announced for PS3, if indeed that momentous day ever comes.