BLIND GUARDIAN: The Making Of 'Sacred 2' Video #3 Available For Download
cdv Software Entertainment USA and Ascaron Entertainment have released the third and final video in their series of trailers focusing on the musical act BLIND GUARDIAN and the band's work on the game Sacred 2: Fallen Angel. In this new video, members of BLIND GUARDIAN discuss the motion-capture process used to recreate them for their in-game appearance and concert.
Watch the video below.
Sacred 2: Fallen Angel is a hack-and-slash action-RPG with a rich story that takes place in a gigantic seamless world. This world contains massive dungeons, treacherous opponents and hundreds of challenging quests. Intelligent enemies, which adapt in number and difficulty based on player progress, challenge gamers in heroic single- and multiplayer battles for up four players on next-generation consoles.
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