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Old 04-19-2009, 05:31 PM   #1
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Exclamation Sacrifice

Sacrifice is a classic RTS released in December 2000. It is a great game where you..ah well, YOU can read the description and check this bad boy out, 'cos if you're a real-time strategy fan, you're in for a treat. This is unique from all other RTS's, because it offers *unique* gameplay and game mechanics, and an interesting storyline. Not to mention an online community for multiplayer in which people still play! This is also unique because of the challenging controls. No, no! Not difficult reaching those arrow keys and spacebar!; It puts you in charge of the responsibility of trying to defend and heal yourself, while attacking enemies, and also defending and healing your creature army, while THEY attack enemies, and then thinking strategically of what to do, while being under constant threat! You must also command them over the ENTIRE MAP, as your foes can attack your structures, and then claim it for their own! So you must set creatures guarding your most valuable and important structures, and still be able to have enough with you. But, to make creatures, you need SOULS. And to get souls, you must sacrifice (this is where the title comes in ) them to your respective God. And yes, your spells and creatures all differ depending on the God you choose to follow. I want to say more, but I wouldn't know where to start. So here:

http://www.gog.com/en/gamecard/sacrifice
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