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This review is from: Sacred 2: Gold Edition (PC DVD) (DVD-ROM)
I agree with NeuroSplicer. The security system sucks, even after the game is installed it still keeps asking for an activation code and then telling you it's invalid even though you used it to successfully install the game. My computer security system asks every time whether to allow it to run which is also annoying as I have to keep calling up the task manager to be able to say yes.
Graphics are not bad from the little I've seen, but it has problems with stuttering and crashes running in Windows 7 so beware. Running as XP Service pack 3 compatability and administrator should help with this.
I wish there was a way to change the camera as well. In free mode it swings everywhere but where I want it to be and the only other choice is to unclick free mode and then the camera seems to be off to the side which is also not where I want it to be. With the camera moving all over the place I feel like I'm getting motion sickness very quickly.
I wasn't that taken with Sacred 1, but at least it was playable. For me, this isn't. I'm off back to Titan Quest Gold for my hack 'n' slash fix until it's spiritual successor, Grim Dawn, arrives.