Ein böser Schatten ist auf das Königreich Ancaria gefallen. Es ist eine Zeit für Champions - eine Zeit, in die gefährliche Welt von SACRED zu reisen. Kämpfen Sie mit blutdurstigen Orks und schwerfälligen Ogern... Zerstören Sie untote Zauberer und zerottende Mumien... Schlachten Sie höllische Dämonen und legendäre Drachen ab.
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Veröffentlichung: 14. Aug. 2006

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Über dieses Spiel

Ein böser Schatten ist auf das Königreich Ancaria gefallen. Es ist eine Zeit für Champions - eine Zeit, in die gefährliche Welt von SACRED zu reisen. Kämpfen Sie mit blutdurstigen Orks und schwerfälligen Ogern... Zerstören Sie untote Zauberer und zerottende Mumien... Schlachten Sie höllische Dämonen und legendäre Drachen ab. Bereiten Sie sich mit lodernder Magie und geschärftem Stahl darauf vor, sich in eine epische Suche nach Fantasy-Abenteuer und Heldentum zu stürzen.
SACRED GOLD ist die komplette SACRED-Sammlung in einer Box und beinhaltet die Vollversion von SACRED, dem Gewinner der Auszeichnung "Bestes Rollenspiel 2004" von PC GAMER, Sacred Plus und Sacred Underworld.
SACRED - Der neue Name bei Action-RPGs. SACRED liefert eine riesige, raffinierte Welt zusammengesetzt aus 16 Regionen, die mit heldenhaften Quests, kampferprobten Kriegern und schrecklichen Feinden gespickt sind. Ancaria besteht aus hochdetaillierten Landschaften inklusive Dörfern und Städten und enthält auch einen Tag-Nacht-Zyklus sowie ein variierendes Wettersystem. Die Regionen reichen von Wäldern und Bergen zu Wüsten, Katakomben und eisbedeckten Landmassen. Mehr als drei Viertel der Welt sind für Spieler von Anfang an zugänglich - ein Freischalten ist nicht erforderlich.
SACRED Plus - Enthält die gesamte Rückmeldung aus der Spieler-Community seit der ersten Veröffentlichung von SACRED. Dies beinhaltet eine verbesserte Multiplayer-Erfahrung, eine verbesserte Benutzeroberfläche und viele komplett neue Features: Zwei neue Regionen, zwei zusätzliche Hauptquests, neue Gegenstandsgruppen und Waffen und viele neue Kreaturtypen, die das Abenteuer in Ancaria noch gefährlicher machen.
SACRED Underworld - Ancaria steht einer noch größeren Gefahr als jemals zuvor gegenüber. Die jetzt gewohnte Welt wandelt sich weiter und vorhandene SACRED-Spieler können Ihre alten Charaktere in die Unterwelt importieren.
  • Wählen Sie aus acht heldenhaften Charakteren: Gladiator, Seraphim, Kampfmagier, Waldelf, Vampirin, Dämon und Zwerg.
  • Hunderte von einzigartigen Waffen, Panzerungen und Gegenständen - Sammeln Sie Artefakte und schmieden Sie allmächtige Waffen!
  • Erlernen Sie Kampfkünste, entwickeln Sie neue Fähigkeiten und passen Sie vernichtende Kombinationsattacken an.
  • Kämpfen Sie mit Freunden und Rivalen in SACREDs kostenlosen Mehrspielermodus (LAN).
  • Eine riesige Welt, die von Beginn an für eine Erkundung offen steht.
  • Ein episches Rollenspiel und eine fesselnde Geschichte mit über 30 Hauptquests und 200 Subquests sowie dynamischen Quests.

Systemvoraussetzungen

    Mindestanforderungen:
    • Betriebssystem: Windows 2000/XP
    • Prozessor: Intel Pentium® III 800 MHz
    • Arbeitsspeicher: 256 MB RAM
    • Grafikkarte: 16 MB DirectX 8 kompatible Grafikkarte
    • DirectX-Version: DirectX® 9.0c
    • Soundkarte: DirectX-kompatible Soundkarte
    • Festplatte: 2 GB freier Speicherplatz
    Empfohlen:
    • Prozessor: Intel Pentium® 4, AMD Athlon 1,4 GHz oder besser
    • Arbeitsspeicher: 512 MB RAM
    • Grafikkarte: 64 MB DirectX 9 kompatible Grafikkarte
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14 von 17 Personen (82%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 6. Juli
Immernoch begeistert von diesem Spiel. Damals mit meinen Eltern stundenlang koop gesuchtet.
Sehr humorvolles, gutes Spiel um mal abzutauchen.
Für mich ein absoluter Klassiker und Must-Have für RPG und Hack'n'Slay-Liebhaber.
Looten und Leveln und Leveln und Looten *summ*
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2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
20.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10. November
Immer noch ein verdammt gutes RPG wenn auch schon etwas in die Jahre gekommen, was es auf keinen Fall schlechter macht. Mit diesem Spiel habe ich erst richtig Lust auf RPGs bekommen weil einfach die Vielfalt der Charaktere sowie die vielfältige Landschaft Ancarias und ihre Größe mich immer wieder einladen in Sacred mehrere Stunden zu verweilen. Die Story an sich ist auch sehr gut sowie die versteckten Eastereggs wie *Achtung Spoiler* Sonnenbrille für den Gladiator machen das Spiel einfach zu einem Highlight. Bin fro das ich es nach längerer Zeit wieder spielen kann wenn auch auf Englisch.
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1 von 1 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13. September
Ich habe selten einen Einkauf (ok, es war billig) so bereut...

Das Spiel ist in Englisch was mich weniger stört, aber die Grafik-Auflösung von 1024x768 ist fest verdrahtet und kann nicht geändert werden.

Auch wenn es ein schöner Oldie ist. Der Spielspaß geht gegen null. Ich hake es ab unter "es war einmal". Für das Geld wäre ich besser ein Bier trinken gegangen... ;)
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1 von 1 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 6. September
Läuft unter Win7 mit DirectX11 nicht. Es kommt eine Fehlermeldung, dass DirectX nicht geladen werden konnte.
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33 von 35 Personen (94%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
44.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19. Oktober
Welcome to the world of Ancaria, where basically everything is hostile, except you go into a town. Hack'n'Slay your way through a gigantic open world, with tons of small dungeons, side quests and a nice story line. Sacred Gold comes with the Underworld DLC including two new heros for Ancaria, the Demon and the Dwarf, and a lot more world to explore. Lots of play time is guaranteed, sadly the german synchronisation isnt avaliable on Steam.
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25 von 29 Personen (86%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
18.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 4. Juli
game of my childhood, nothing to say the best hack 'n' slash i ever played, even more than diablo even though i spent more time on diablo than here but only because the sacred's online servers were shutted down but the open world, the easter eggs and the replayability of this game are the factors i think is better than Diablo.
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19 von 20 Personen (95%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 2. August
Bought Sacred 3 played it for two hours then rebought this game. Despite the dated graphics its a much better game. Loved this game when it came out, still very playable open world game.
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19 von 20 Personen (95%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
104.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 5. November
It has a Diablo or DnD click to move hack and slash play style but is completely open world, and I love that! Very simple and mindless, easy to learn, but with challenging bosses to randomly come across and lots of interesting monsters and quests. Lovely and diverse landscapes and regions which are fun and rewarding to explore and a decent storyline and lore to uncover as you progress. It's pretty cheesy sometimes and mechanics (if any lol) are very generic, occasional glitchs here and there, but I still really recommend it if you want something calm and slow paced. I can play for hours and be perfectly content, definitely one of my favorites for it's simplicity. :)
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14 von 14 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
113.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24. September
A surprisingly good game. Though the plot and setting are as generic-Fantasy as it gets, the game's mechanics make it surprisingly addictive. An Open World Diabloesque, Sacred manages a good balance. It provides plenty of exploration and side-questing, without detracting from the main plot. The difficulty can be a little spikey in places, but good loot is frequent enough to help smooth some of those edges. Builds are relatively easy to construct, though the game has a few gotchas that could have been better explained. While not the best in the genre, it is surprising this did not get more exposure in its day.
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11 von 11 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17. November
For me - it's best rpg ever.
It's old, cool and awesome.
For its time this game was pretty original, it is much better than Diablo.
I'm playing this game even now...
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If you're an "old-school" one you know this game and you have it. Cause it's totally awesome =)
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13 von 15 Personen (87%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 9. Juli
I don't know how to put it - Long time ago tens of game candidates competed who would be the next "Diablo" and Sacred was one of them. Dream never came true, but nevertheless Sacred wasn't a bad game - far from it. Its incredibly huge and open world with hundreds of sidequests, clear and wide character develeopment system and countless amount of armors and weapons to collect make it addictive and replayabe and these features still live strong after all these years !!
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10 von 10 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
24.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 2. September
Whether singleplayer or with a group of friends, the old classic action rpg "Sacred Gold" is still lots of fun to play and still one of the best games of its genre.

A huge vivid open world with lots of secrets to discover encourages traveling around and exploring, the character development is highly customizable with Combat Arts, self-selected Skills and Attributes. Apart from usual randomly generated loot, there are uniques and set items which encourages collecting, and equipment in general has so many different possible modifiers that you can highly customize your character in so many different ways.
There are five difficulties, you unlock the next higher one by beating the game on the previous. Each difficulty makes enemies deal a lot more damage and become tougher, but also improves the loot you can get from them. The game gets extremely hard on the highest difficulties.
I don't have this game in Steam for long, played it many houndreds of hours before (probably far more than 1000 hours over the years, actually), it's just awesome.

I'd say it's even worth the standard 10€ price but this is debatable, at a sale though I can only fully recommend it.
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8 von 8 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
27.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26. September
Being from 2004 originally, the game certainly lacks some comfort more recent adversaries as Tochrlight 2 or Path Of Exile feature. At first, it also has a somewhat clunky feeling to the movement and attacking. This out of the way, this game is an excellent action-RPG. The world is beautiful, features a lot of atmospehere and nice, unique quests.

The character-system is a bit different than in most aRPG's, as you basically collect runes to level up your skills, making it a tough decision after some time, as cooldowns raise with the level of the spell/attack. The 8 different characters all play completely unique and allowing for a huge amount of different builds.

A special recommendation to german players, as this is the original language and the game absolutely shines. Brillant voice-acting of the characters (Willis' german voice etc.) and awesome dialogues.

Still a solid 7/10, 7 because of obvious lacks in comparison to more recent games.
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10 von 13 Personen (77%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
23.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 6. November
FOR THOSE HANGING AT THE LOADING SCREEN WHERE IT SAYS "TYPEMANAGER" AND STUFF IN THE RED BAR: GO INTO YOUR CONFIG.EXE IN SACRED FOLDER IN STEAM AND CHECK THE "32 BIT COLOR DEPTH" OPTION. SHOULD FIX NP.

IF YOU ARE HAVING LOW FPS PROBLEMS ON MODERN MACHINES, GO INTO YOUR SETTINGS FILE and change TO THESE VALUES:

Settings.cfg
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GFX_LIMIT128 : 1
GFX32 : 0
FULLSCREEN : 0
FSAA_FILTER : 0
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YES YOU WILL HAVE TO RUN IN WINDOWED, BUT YOU CAN JUST SET YOUR DESKTOP RESOLUTION TO 1024x768 TO GET THE GAME TO FILL YOUR SCREEN, IT IS HARDCODED INTO GAME AND YOU CANNOT CHANGE IT.


ONTO THE REVIEW....

Regardless of what people say, it reminds me of an *updated* Diablo 2.

One of the things I didn't like about D2 was the linearity of the game, here that is taken out in favor of exploration.


The combat is iffy. Once you get used to it, it's not bad. No worse than D2's, really.

Lotta customization, and the classes feel unique.

Quests, quests, and more quests! One thing that was kind of a drag in D2 was that each act only had a handful of quests.

And the loot? Plenty of it!

If you liked Diablo2, you will like this.

And for $2.49 on sale, you can't go wrong.


9/10 (minus 1 for having to do all that trouble shooting for it to work, but really, that's not the game's fault)
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6 von 6 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 6. September
When i first saw this game, i noticed how the graphics looked sort of like diablo 2, and recently had the crave to play it again. Considering how cheep this was, i decided to give the game a try, and it is NOTHING like diablo 2. This game is completely open world and litered with monsters and side quests! The voice acting is cheesy, yet it mixes with the game very well. Over all this game in my opinion is better than diablo 2 and totally worth the price.
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7 von 8 Personen (88%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 4. November
It has been a while since I last played this game. When I found it on steam for under $5 I had to buy it. Remeniscent of older D&D PC games such as Ruins of Myth Draanor or Icewind Dale this hack and slasher is filled with action and surprise.
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4 von 4 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 2. September
I love this game, but it is not running on win 8. only on xp. it is shame here is game without fix on new operation systems
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5 von 6 Personen (83%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
7.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29. November
Creeping slowly and stealthily under the shadows of many contemporary upcoming games, Sacred never really generated much media hype prior to its release. What we have on our hands here, folks, is an action RPG coming from European development team at Ascaron Entertainment. Sacred uses the all too familiar design pattern long-establish by Blizzard's original Diablo. Basically, you have your average heroic fantasy tale, an ultimate evil unleashed by a dim-witted wizard, tons of monsters to mow down, and plenty of quests. More than anything else, this game focuses on character development and classic hack'n'slash gameplay. Still, you will find a bit more than that, so I'd advise you to read on.

Coming up with a decent and innovative fantasy-style storytelling is definitely a difficult task these days. So, in all honesty, it would be deceitful to claim Sacred entails an exciting plot. Players are presented a rather basic and straightforward fantasy-themed storyline. The introduction sequence offers precious little to let you know exactly what the hell is going on. An evil wizard Shaddar summons an ancient evil and unleashes its devastating powers upon the Kingdom of Ancaria. Someone, naturally, has to put a stop to the chaos and disarray engulfing the unfortunate inhabitants of Ancaria. The first couple of quests won't reveal much of the story either, I'm afraid. In other words, it's actually pointless to seek some deeper meaning in the narrative since it remains somewhat scarce and incomplete throughout most of the game. But, believe it or not, the omission of a profound tale never appeared to bother me much during gameplay, given that all my attention was directed towards tearing monsters apart and leveling up my character. There were also some surprising moments of humor in the game. Opening graves and crypts, for instance, prompts amusing lines like, "In memory of all the monsters we have killed for experience points." The developers weren't too lazy to throw in a little something for Lord of the Rings fans. A certain stone ruin marked the following words: "Et Earello Endorenna utulien..." - for those of you who watched Return of the King, this is the beginning of the verse Aragorn sang at the end of the movie. This has nothing to do with the game, but it's still a nice and fun touch for all fantasy fans.

At the beginning all you have to do is select one of the six available characters: a robust sandal-wearing Gladiator, a mysterious Battle mage, a sharp-witted and sinister Dark Elf, a light-hearted and valiant Wood Elf, a charismatic Seraphim, the tempting Vampiress, and the dark yet sultry Daemon. Each class concentrates on a unique combat style, either through magic and ranged attacks, or via melee attacks. The Gladiator, Battlemage, Dark Elf, and Wood Elf, offer a pretty standard range of abilities and skills we've already experienced in games like Neverwinter Nights, Diablo, Dungeon Siege, and so on. The Seraphim, Vampiress, and Daemon however, involve a few pleasing novelties combined with classic RPG character advancement. Although I was pleased with the statistics and overall appearance of all races, I somehow felt drawn towards the incredibly alluring Vampiress (what can I say, I just cannot contain my bloodlust anymore). Also, I got a bit fed up with spells, bows, and throwing knives, so this was just right... for me anyways. I'm sure all of you will find what you're looking for in other character classes, since they're all quite suitable for various styles of play.

I think most RPG fans would be interested to know more about the regions of Sacred. The most commendable aspect of the game is the elimination of loading areas. Up to 70 % of the existing world map is accessible at the beginning of the campaign which comes as most appreciated gameplay element and allows players to choose multiple paths towards their primary destination. Another helpful addition is the world map which specifies exactly where your character can locate blacksmiths, merchants, etc. Additionally, each initiated quest is highlighted on the map, so there's no chance of getting lost even if you wanted to. There are many helpful additions to the gameplay. Each town, for example, features a chest in the center where low-level characters may lay down extra items which can be used later on during the game. If you find a ring, sword, or any other item you don't have enough experience to handle, just store it in one town and then pick it up in the next when you've leveled up the character. The journey between the towns should give you enough experience points so you can upgrade to the next level.

Using the interface and inventory system should be a piece of cake for any gamer. Everything ran smoothly - upgrading general skills and specific combat abilities can be done quite easily, which also goes for exchanging items, upgrading weapons and armor, etc. As for the controls, about 80% of the game boils down to mouse-clicking (well, as you'd expect it from any Diablo style RPG).

Apart from solving quests and slashing your way through swarms of goblins, orcs, gargoyles, thieves, assassins, and other baddies, the game will have you concentrating on using the most out of your character's capabilities. Beefing up armor and weapons is not the only thing you get to do. There's also an intuitively designed combat system at work, involving special moves, combos, and so on. Another appropriate moment in combat is the addition of horseback riding. Characters can purchase various breeds of horses which in turn helps them get around a lot quicker and gives them leverage during combat (provided they advanced the right skill).

Visually, Sacred boasts a pleasing mix of 2D landscapes and fully modeled 3D characters and creatures. Even though the backdrops appear slightly outdated, especially when you zoom in, there's a pleasing amount of nicely drawn out details, such as trees, flowerbeds, bushes, and so on. Water surfaces look cool as well, and there's a whole choice of impressive and colorful spells to see. The camera allows you to zoom in on the action at any given time... even then the models appeared to show a meticulous approach in design and animation.

The game's audio is quite good. Gamers will be immersed the whole time thanks to a jumble of realistic ambient noises and a range of sweet tunes. The voiceovers are okay, but there's really not much to involve you there I'm afraid. Everything else seems to be in place.

If you decide to purchase this game, you won't regret it. There are no breakthroughs in terms of general design involved, but the open-ended gameplay and an admirably lengthy single-player campaign is enough to the fancy of any gamer. If we disregard the relatively weak plotline, this is really an enjoyable RPG experience with enough content and replayability to keep you occupied for days. Plus, this is one of those rare games I feel the incentive to play again after I'm done with the review...

8/10, Recommended

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6 von 8 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
33.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11. November
I love this game
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4 von 5 Personen (80%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
101.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 31. Juli
I love this game, one of my favorites. I totally recommend it.
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