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Post by Dan @ 11:49am 27/06/08 | 1 Comments
Local publisher Red-Ant Enterprises sends word that Sacred 2: Fallen Angel, the long-awaited action-RPG sequel from Ascaron is bound for PlayStation 3. Originally pegged for an Xbox 360 and PC release in Q1 2008 delays now have sights set for November 2008.
"Role-playing game enthusiasts have always been strongly represented on the PLAYSTATION platforms, and we are delighted to offer a version of Sacred 2: Fallen Angel for the PlayStation 3," said Heiko tom Felde, Managing Director of ASCARON ENTERTAINMENT GmbH. "Weve been working on this version for more than a year, and can now proudly reveal it and its new features, to an entirely new audience."
Check out the latest trailer demonstrating the High Elf class and stop by our Sacred 2 game page for a variety of screenshots. Oh, and if you haven't already, don't miss the other trailer that features the title track written by German power metallers Blind Guardian.












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Hyperslide
Posted 12:58pm 27/6/08
Oh yea !!! Finally a RPG for PS3
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