I tried the demo today, as that's exactly as it is. I TRIED it.
Decided to remove this ASAP from my computer for several reasons.
1) The cartoonesque back ground makes the game look childish
2) keyboard controls are just awkward. Especially if you're used to use the mouse for about every game you're playing.
3) Storyline sucks big time. Even Sacred 2's story line was better
4) so does the voice acting.
5) Help function isn't helpful at all. I mean, double tab space to make a double jump and when doing so, you can't continue your way? Turned out you needed to double tab space and press D to continue.
6) Fighting in a mine and being over run by a train cart? Oh come on! *vomits*
I can go on like this, but I won't.
Conclusion: If you're a child and using a PS3 - or any other console if that matters - this game "might" be something for you.
If you're an adult and have been playing S:UW and Sacred 2:Ice and Blood, you'd be insulted by this game and the lack of respect with the Sacred legacy.
Unfortunately for DS I'm in the 2nd group.
Since posting this, I wondered if there really impossible to play this at a PC. Then it dawned to me: This one would've looked marvellous at a Commodore C64 or an Amiga!
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Edited by Thorin Oakshield, 23 April 2013 - 12:12 PM.