The latest game from Keen Games and Deep Silver is called Sacred 3. Pfft, I mean, if you clicked on the link to this article it’s pretty obvious that’s what the game is called. Anyway, it’s an arcade hack-and-slash title and it offers isometric, less-than-loot-and-grind gameplay where you’ll spend most of your time grinding and fighting and very little of that looting the booty. Nevertheless, if you want to see how the game plays out from start to finish via a complete walkthrough, you came to the right place.
DSR07 Gaming from YouTube rolled out a complete gameplay walkthrough for Sacred 3. How long is it? Only six hours… that’s right… six hours. I may have mentioned in my preview for Sacred 3 that the game was probably not going to provide you with the fun and excitement that you might get from Diablo III, but I’m beginning to think that that might be an understatement. Nevertheless, you came for the walkthrough and the walkthrough is what I shall provide. Check it out below.
The game plays fast and furious and supports one through four players in cooperative play. That’s probably the highlight of the title.
Reviews have varied wildly for the game from the lows to the highs. Some people didn’t mind the repetitive nature of the game, others hated it. Some liked the lack of features and customization, others probably didn’t play enough of it to dislike it.
But simply put: if you want the same level of loot-and-grind depth that you would expect from a game such as Torchlight or Diablo you won’t find it here. Also, if you’re looking for a game that sports a very in-depth skill tree (or in the case of Path of Exile, a skill forest) you also won’t find it in this game.
What you will find in Sacred 3 is a moderately improved version of Sacred 2, and if you’re a-okay with that then you’ll likely find yourself enjoying the game. The walkthrough above kind of bored me a lot like Sacred Citadel bored me. But hey, to each his own.
If you want to learn more about Sacred 3 you can do so by paying a visit to the game’s official website. The game is available this month for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC in North America and Europe.