Tons of questing to do.
Highly customizable characters.
Enough quests to keep you constantly busy.
Nicely varied and good looking world.
Solid, if mostly traditional game design.
Awful story and dialogue.
Getting around can be a chore.
Main story is rather lackluster.
By GameSpy on December 19, 2008
Elitist message board wailings to the contrary, being a clone isnt necessarily a bad thing. Its very possible for a development team to be inspired by a particular title and try to put their spin on it. This often pushes the genre as whole forward...40
By PC Advisor on December 15, 2008
Although it has flaws, Sacred 2: Fallen Angel has more than enough personality to make it a solid action role-playing game. Andrew Dagley Lowest online price: ££29.93...80
By Gaming Nexus on December 09, 2008
Action RPGs are difficult to get right. At their core, they’re just games about killing tons and tons of enemies and looting the bodies, all the while perfecting that ultimate character build. Most are highly derivative, allowing players to almost...62
By GamePro on December 08, 2008
Itching for a little Hack N' Slash now that Titan Quest is getting old and Diablo III is still a long way off? Well then Sacred 2 might be your best bet. THE BOTTOM LINE: Though it has flaws, Sacred 2 has more than enough personality to make it a...70
By BrightHub on December 06, 2008
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By GameZone on December 05, 2008
If Ascaron patches in fixes for the bugs, to shore up the game, this will be quite entertaining and should provide a lot of fun. The graphical elements are, for the most part, well done, and the game has a very good vibe to it – it does not take...75
By itreviews.com on December 01, 2008
A vast improvement on its predecessor, Sacred 2: Fallen Angel has introduced 3D graphics, free ranging gameplay over a huge map, lots more quests and an almost inexhaustible variety of skills and modifications, together with a much valued...-
By 1UP on November 25, 2008
Action-role-playing games grew up in corridors. Some have wide corridors, and some have randomized corridors, but they're all corridors that lead from a starting town hub to a final boss fight. Sacred 2 doesn't stand for that. You go where you...88
By Games Radar on November 20, 2008
Sacred 2: Fallen Angel is epic in pretty much every sense of the word. For instance, it has a power metal theme song, penned by Teutonic veterans Blind Guardian. The terrain measures an impressive 22 square miles, there are 200 character levels to...70
By cnet on November 19, 2008
Hack. Slash. Grab loot. Repeat. That formula is followed to a tee in Sacred 2: Fallen Angel, another action-first RPG you can toss onto the pile atop Diablo, Titan Quest, and the first Sacred, now more than four years old. But this isnt just another...70