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General of Tangerines
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I just played the Sacrifice demo, the game is more of third person action game than a traditional RTS game.

Your two resources in the game are souls and mana. You gain more mana by creating structures at fixed points on the map. You gain souls by killing the enemies.

All your units are summond by your wizard. The number of units you can create ties directly to many enemies' souls you can find on the map. Meaning if there are 3 monsters you can create 3 units.

The graphics look much better than Warcraft III, but at the same time the micromanagement is worst than Warcraft III.

The voice action is top notch, better than Warcraft III.

The interface isn't that good for commanding your troops. You have to right click on the unit and hold the button down to select the commands. This can be an issue in the heat of the battle if your fingers slip.

The 3D person camera is also a flaw with the gameplay. You can't zoom out too far and meaing you can't see who is attacking you.

As an action game it fares well, but as RTS game, the traditional RTS gameplay like Starcraft and WH 40k DoW is still better.





 

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Penadinho
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I own this game and it's pretty cool, you get different missions from different deities and it's really funny when they start arguing with each other :)

"The graphics look much better than Warcraft III" I agree with you even tough this game was released about 2 years ago ;)
 

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Souless Angel
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I played the demo when it was first released. I could never figured it out. It seemed very confusing to me. I did like the style and the humor to it. I always felt it had similarties to "Giants: Citizens Kabuto".
 

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___GANTZ Fan Boy___
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Ohh man, This game is really old.
I got it when I bought GF2 GTS.
 
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