PS3Vault: 'Sacred 2 is an interesting case. Usually, action RPGs feature an astonishing lack of openness but, instead, Sacred 2 gives you a massive open world to explore. It's important to understand just how huge the game world actually is. Hundreds of hours of gameplay are available to eager players waiting to sink their teeth into the world. The world itself is broken into sections, each unique and governed by the different races. Locations include tropical forests, deserts and large cities that all take a life of their own.
Once you start the game, you are presented with a few options for your character. You can pick a god to worship, which, like in many RPGs, gives you a special power, and it's interesting to mix and match the powers with the character classes. The player is also presented with the choice to do a light or dark campaign, each of which has a set of unique quests that also adds to the massive amount of replay value that this game holds - if you can stomach starting an RPG all over again, of course.'