Sacred review. Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Sacred for PC developed by ASCARON Entertainment and published by Take-Two Interactive, Encore Inc, SG Diffusion, KOCH Media Gmbh, FX Interactive, and Akella. Sacred has justifiably been accused of being a Diablo clone, but, upon further inspection, this clone must have differences in its molecular make-up because the similarities are only skin-deep. Yes, Sacred does have some of the point-n-click tropes of isometric action RPGs, but to dismiss it as a knock off would be doing yourself a disservice. Unlike many of its genre contemporaries, Sacred has a vast open-world to explore and six different classes to explore with. The story and the inhabitance of the world are nowhere near as interesting as the beautiful surroundings they occupy, but the game is still enjoyable to undertake from start to finish through the main storyline. If you like games like this, then do yourself a favor and check Sacred out if you never have before. This video review features video gameplay footage of Sacred for PC and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Steve.