Average User Score: 6.8Aug 2, 2013I had this game on my ps3 because a friend gifted it to me, after 1 hour of really boring and confusing play I just dropped it and neverI had this game on my ps3 because a friend gifted it to me, after 1 hour of really boring and confusing play I just dropped it and never played it again. I lost it and didn't even care.
A few days ago I bought the Humble Bundle, and I was quite surprised to see this game again, and after buying it I thought I could give it another try.
This is horrible. I mean, okay, it was released in 2008, but did the developers re-released it again in 2012 without even adding Big Picture support even if they already had everything set up from the console versions? How lazy is that? And they even have the courage to actually sell a 2008 game that's not only poorly done but doesn't even try to bring something new or fun for 20€? I honestly can't see why they would release the same exact game after 4 years as a "Gold Edition" just to add one DLC.
Also, no multiplayer on a game meant and advertised to be better in co-op, and since these incompetents didn't make it Big Picture compatible you can't play co-op locally with two controllers.
Bonus: The game has no achievements despite having Trophies and Achievements on both Ps3 and Xbox and also has no picture for the store, and i looks like crap on my profile. (http://puu.sh/3SvH4.png).
This is so bad I don't have words to describe it. If you bought this game at full price you should be ashamed of yourself for supporting people that just want to steal money from you. At least I know the money I spent was used for charity.
I'd give the original Sacred a 6-7 for the time it was released, the gold edition is much, much worse.… Expand
Average User Score: 8.8Jul 28, 2013Portal 2 is probably my favourite game of all time. Not only Valve was able to create one of the most amazing story lines ever created, butPortal 2 is probably my favourite game of all time. Not only Valve was able to create one of the most amazing story lines ever created, but they were able to do so using only three characters and a mute protagonist. There are literally no words to describe how amazing this game is, but lucky for you, Valve is even more awesome than their games, and will let you purchase it for just a few euros, you don't even need to have a good pc, the Source Engine can be run even by the worst laptops on the market.
And here comes my main reason that makes this the best game ever created: Wheatley. It's just incredible how Valve could create such an expressive and fun character out of an anonymous core from the first game. He has so many face expressions that's almost unbelievable, and Stephen Merchant's voice fits just perfectly for him that you'll just get dragged into the story without even noticing it.
Every time you'll think the game gave you everything, there will be a plot-twist awaiting you.
I actually bought 5 copies of this game, one for PS3, one for PC, and three for friends. The console port is perfect, don't listen to the people that say otherwise.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.2Jun 11, 2013Oh wow, another zombie survival game with an enormous country-side map. If at least they made it in a big city where there's actuallyOh wow, another zombie survival game with an enormous country-side map. If at least they made it in a big city where there's actually something to see, the game could be a little bit interesting. Literally nothing new, the game is another dumb copy of Dayz with some new mechanics to make it a little bit different from the others.
People, please, stop making these games. Leave the zombie games to the few companies that really did something smart with this genre and move on to something else, I personally had enough of this.
If you want to play something decent with zombies, buy Arma 2 and play Dayz, buy Dead Rising, or just play to the zombie modes on CoD.… Expand