Sacred Crack/Patch

Sacred Sacred's Dynamic World of Exploration. Unlike any other fantasy action RPG, Sacred offers players an enormous world comprised of 16 regions with virtually unlimited opportunities for exploration. This world contains highly detailed landscapes, complete with villages and towns and even a day/night cycle with varying weather systems. Regions vary from forests and mountains to deserts, catacombs and ice-covered landmasses. More than three quarters of the world are open to the players from the very start - no unlocks needed. [Encore Software]

Download Sacred Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 76 / 100
User rating
8
Downloads 2403
Genre Role-Playing, Action RPG
Players 1-16
Company / Developer
Encore Software, Inc. , Encore Software / Ascaron Entertainment GmbH, Ascaron Entertainment

Sacred reviews ( 4 )

Heisenberg93, Jun 20, 2015

Sacred was one of the first role-playing games, perhaps the first, which I played in the early years when I fell in the videoludic art. I bought it without even knowing what was a role-playing game and that was why I was hit by Sacred: for the surprise effect. Simply I had never played anything like it before. Despite the fantasy genre was still new to me, I liked Sacred especially thanks to the plot, the story was interesting and caught me right away, even the main characters were very nice and the more I went on with the events, the more I liked knowing where the adventure would bring me. The universe created in Sacred is coherent, beautiful, varied and interesting. The gameplay of Sacred was up to the task: a choice between 6 different "heroes" as the protagonist, a brilliant management skills of the character, a varied use of magical powers and weapons, a simple and intuitive method to allow the character to evolve through the cumulative experience in the fighting, and good organization in the inventory system and the purchase/sale system. The method to upgrade the weapons and armor was well done, and could be used rings, amulets or magical runes to make items more powerful. The use of magic was fun, and could be created different combos to use more powers in quick succession. The secondary quests are hundreds, and bring you to push you from side to side of the map. The map in fact is really huge, a remarkable accomplishment, so much that there are magical portals scattered throughout the world that help to move faster; alternatively you can move on foot or horseback. Deserts, mountains, grasslands, dark areas, islands, dungeons, caverns and much more waiting to be explored. With all that, Sacred kept me busy for years to say the least, and I must admit that without it I would not have received the necessary thrust to devote to other role-playing games like Fallout and The Elder Scrolls. The technical sector of Sacred was not excelled, however spite was a game with isometric graphics was really well made and some landscapes were really beautiful such as deserts, lakes, grasslands or mountains. The soundtrack was very beautiful and apt according to the places or situations that presented themselves. Sacred is a game that reflects the true meaning of a fantasy role-playing game. One of the best ever, especially on PC. However you have to know how to love Sacred, and it can not be played like any other game.

Cgarater, Nov 24, 2010

I LOVED IT, it was on it's time one of the best games RPG I've played, excellent quest I even restarted the game a couple of times. The internet part is very good aswell and the game is really good

FadidO., Aug 7, 2004

I feel the graphics and characters are well done, but the technical "glitches" in gameplay make it frustrating. Also many times I got stuck wondering what I need to do next.

[Anonymous], Jun 17, 2004

I used to be a diablo player for like 3 years. this game is fun but lacks depth, and the technical issues faced when playing online is extremely frustrating, i can get stuck in the "connecting..." screen forever even when i plugged out my connection. this game really lacks a lot of things that will make it beat diablo or battle.net for that matter. The single player is less problematic, but the real fun is in the multiplayer which is a real sad case.