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    Sacra Terra: Angelic Night


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    Sacra Terra: Angelic Night

    Post by genkicoll on Sun Jan 15, 2012 1:18 am

    Sacra Terra: Angelic Night
    by Alawar

    Series links: Sacra Terra 1: Angelic Night, Sacra Terra 2: Kiss of Death

    Available at:
    Alawar as Collector's Edition / Standard Edition
    Awem Standard Edition
    Big Fish for PC Collector's Edition / Standard Edition
    GameHouse Platinum Edition / Standard Edition
    iWin Collector's Edition / Standard Edition

    Greed... Lust... Pride... These and four other Deadly Sins have held mankind in their sway since the fall. In the wake of a magic ritual that spiraled out of control, the demons of these vices have broken free of their fiery prison and taken up residence in Sacra Terra, a hospital that is now an extension of Hell on Earth. Waking up in the mental ward with no memory of the last few days, you must use your cunning to defeat each demon and rescue humanity from destruction! As you explore a decaying hospital, unlock the secrets of a medieval abbey, and search eerie catacombs, you will learn who opened the portal between worlds. Along the way, you'll summon an alluring Succubus,
    resist the enticement of untold riches, and receive help from a pure spirit known only as Angel. Who she is and what happened to her is just one of the shocking truths you will uncover as you find well-hidden clues, gather useful items, and solve cleverly designed puzzles. Can you overcome the demons of the Seven Deadly Sins and save the world? Pray you do!

    The Collector’s Edition includes:

    • Bonus gameplay
    • Integrated Strategy Guide
    • Wonderful wallpapers
    • Concept art

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    Re: Sacra Terra: Angelic Night

    Post by genkicoll on Sun Sep 16, 2012 9:23 pm

    Sacra Terra: Angelic Night (IHOG)

    Where to begin with this fantastic game? Everything about it is the very best quality, from storyline to graphics to gameplay. I will, however, start with the basics Elk grin

    Options include separate sliders for music, sound, and ambient audio. You can choose your screen resolution from 800x600 to 1280x960. There are also options for full screen, wide screen and custom cursor.

    Once you finish the opening scene (skippable), you have a choice of casual or expert mode. Expert has a longer HINT recharge time, and interactive areas do not sparkle.

    Like the Twisted Lands series, this game is heavily story-driven. Unlike TL, however, the story is very understandable. Your journal holds much of the story, but you will also find many notes and such that will also progress the story.

    The hidden objects are neither tiny, nor obscured by poor lighting, which is always a good thing. The scenes are a bit junk-piley, but not horribly so. If you choose, you can back out of a HOG scene to look around some, then come back later.

    The gameplay is wonderfully varied, with a lot of adventure, a lot of story, and yes - a lot of hidden objects.

    The HINT button will show you which direction to go during the adventure portion of the game, without using up your hint - my favorite!

    I bought the Collector's Edition of this game, and am VERY happy that I did Sunny I did not need the strategy guide, and while the wallpapers are very nice, I likely won't be using them.

    What I DID use and love was the bonus chapter. It was long, had almost all new graphics, explained a lot of the back story, and was just as fun to play as the regular content.

    The SE can stand alone, and is very satisfying all by itself. If you enjoy the SE, then I highly recommend that you upgrade to the Collector's Edition. My opinion is that Sacra Terra has the best bonus chapter ever made... at least of the CE's that I've played.

    Overall, superb game in both SE and CE versions - highly recommended!

    Never be a prisoner of your past.
    It was just a lesson, not a life sentence.

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