Spotlight: Sacred Citadel

Thursday, April 18th, 2013

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Sacred Citadel, a side scrolling beat em up based on the popular Sacred game series, landed on PSN  and Xbox Live yesterday. The 3D artwork looks fantastic, as it is very colorful and well drawn.  The game promises to be friendly to newcomers of the genre, while having enough depth to please veterans. Judging from the gameplay trailer, the combat looks smooth and fluid.

You will visit towns and find tons of loot along the way in your adventure. You will be able to equip different weapon combinations; for example, one in each hand, and many others. You will also level up aspects of your character as you progress, making them more of a lean, mean, fighting machine. There is online and local co-op play in this title as well, so you can great a friend to help you hack your way through the swarms of enemies.

The game will feature four different characters to choose from, each with their own unique playstyle.  They include Ancarian Ranger, the Safiri Warrior, Khukuri Shaman, and latest character added to the roster: the Seraphim Mage.

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