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Home > Review Archive > Video Games > Results: Sacred

Sacred
Review by Andrew Bub
March 26, 2004

Reviewed for PC.

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Reviewer's Recommended Ages: 14+
ESRB: T-Teen


Kid Factor
Sacred is an action RPG, so it's fairly violent and the non-linear nature of the game will tempt kids into playing for hours, and hours, and hours, and hours... but the game is well-crafted and mostly inoffensive. Just keep an eye on what any kids under 14 are doing with it.


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