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Sacred: Gold Edition

Sacred: Gold Edition

Sacred: Gold Edition is an action role-playing game. It takes place on the magical continent of Ancaria, with characters of various races (dark elf, wood elf, vampiress, etc.) each with their own missions.

In his fortress of Shaddar-Nur, the necromancer Shaddar, a pariah of the Band of Mages from Mystdale Castle, plans his triumphant return to the world of Ancaria. To strengthen his magic powers, he summons a Sakkara Demon, whose power he will absorb himself. These Sakkara Demons rule over those damned to rot in hell, the undead. Not since the Era of the Gods have any of these creatures set foot in Ancaria, not since the Seraphim army drove them back to their dimension during the Wars of the Gods.

 Sacred: GE

Price
27.00

Developer
Ascaron
Linux port published by Linux Game Publishing

Website
linuxgamepublishing.com

Requirements
CPU: 1.0GHz processor
RAM: 256MB
Hard disk: 3.7GB of free space
Graphics: 32MB video hardware accelerated 3D
DVD-ROM
Sound card: OSS or ALSA compatible

Linux kernel 2.2.x or higher

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Features include:

  • High quality graphics
  • Immense, seamless fantasy world with gorgeous and detailed dungeons
  • Six diverse characters to choose from each with distinct game play styles
  • Unrestricted mounted battle: Each character can ride various mounts and engage in melee and ranged combat
  • Ability to trade items and gold via Lobby world
  • Introducing a new playable character, the Dragon Mage
  • Brand new stories and quests incorporating new enemies and locations. Over 30 hours of new game play
  • Two new regions to explore: The Crystal Planes and The Cursed Forest

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