Deadly Sin 2: Shining Faith

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$ 9.99 USD

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The heiress to the Empire has been kidnapped and you must save her. Living in the shadow of your father, whose heroism became the stuff of legends, you are an Imperial Soldier forging your own path. Step out of your father's shadow and face your destiny in this action-packed Strategy game. The doors of fate are cracked open, and you are thrust into the middle of a dangerous political plot in Deadly Sin 2: Shining Faith!

  • Fantastic gameplay
  • Exciting action
  • Help Carrion become a hero!
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 600 Mhz
  • RAM: 128 MB
  • DirectX: 8.1
  • Hard Drive: 162 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Deadly Sin 2: Shining Faith 4.7 5 7 7
Excellent RPG After playing Deadly Sin I was very pleased to see that there was a sequel, of sorts. The storyline was pretty basic for this genre, but enjoyable all the same. The characters are widely different from one another, making the dialogue very interesting. The gameplay itself was very understandable and not particularly difficult, so long as you kept up the character building throughout the story. Overall good, solid rpg. December 2, 2012
Fantastic classic RPG! This is an excellent RPG, any fan of the genre should play this! There is a nicely developed storyline, plenty to do, plenty of skills,plenty of treasure, plenty of weapons, armor, etc. The game is great length with lots of side quests (highly recommended you seek out all quests). The developer even includes 3 levels of difficulty so beginners don't have to be intimidated. Another nice touch is being able to change how you invest your skill points, in case you want to tweak your characters' skills later in the game. This is a game you can play more than once, because there are so many choices in how you develop your characters. And it is winnable,without being a RPG nerd, unlike some others. I haven't had so much fun in a long time February 10, 2013
Fun RPG This was a great old-school RPG with nice mapping, side quests, and the option to turn off the random battles at a crystal for each area. There were plenty of opportunities to strengthen the team by building skills and using augments. Gameplay is nice and long. June 15, 2013
Excellent old style RPG This is an excellent RPG. While the characters could use a bit more back story, they are developed enough to be interesting and the dialogue is often quite amusing. The end opponent of the game also avoids being one-dimensional, which is refreshing. The game mechanics work quite well. There are multiple difficulty levels so the game can be enjoyed by all levels of players. The skill points can be re-distributed at any point in the game, allowing the player to change how their character is developed if so desired. The dungeons are quite fun, and the inclusion of switches and spikes and so forth adds interest without being made so difficult as to become too frustrating. The length is also very nice for a game of this price. Having played all the side quests and optional battles I got over 30 hours of play time and the variety of ways in which the characters can be developed give it good replay value. It was a solid game and I had a very good time playing it. I recommend it for players who enjoy classic RPG's/ April 6, 2013
Terrific RPG This is a solid RPG with good quests, good side quests and enough plot complexity to make it consistently interesting. One of the things I really liked was that the game was well paced. In most RPGs, you have to spend dozens of hours replaying the same area just to level up your players or because you need more gold. The first time I played, I only lost about an hour to levelling up. The second time I played, I didn't have to level up at all. The hidden object quest is fair. You have to find 13 cards. All of the cards are in chests that are in plain sight. Some of the chests are off the beaten track and some are difficult to obtain. But, unlike some RPGs, you don't have to press every single pixel in the game to find the hidden objects. One last thing I liked was that the choices you make matter. The skill menu allows you to customize the characters' skills. Just as important is the equipment you choose. You have lots of choices; you can emphasize striking power, defense, evasion or other qualities. There's a lot more to do than simply getting to the next town and buying more expensive stuff. I really enjoyed having to think through all those choices. And it gives the game great re-playability. First time through, I needed to be at level 96 to win. Second time I only needed level 88. December 1, 2014
Great Its a good game, a bit slow starting out, but what game isn't? I reccomend it for anyone looking for in depth gaming!!! April 11, 2012
Its a nice game. Although RPG game is not my type, but after playing this game, i am really into RPG type, and i urge you to upload more RPG games, as their aren't many great titles in your catalogue, hoping to see more great RPG game. August 24, 2013
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