Summary: If you like the classic Prince of Persia style games, you'll hate this one. If you like Warcraft Real Time Sim knockoffs, you might like this one. Can't blame the person who sold me this - I blame Ubisoft.
Summary: I recently finished this game and found it to be quite enjoyable. Yes, it is nothing like any of the other Prince of Persia games. I found the game quite challenging and enjoyed collecting the cards to use for each of my battles. Plenty of strategy involved; making the game quite similar to Advance Wars as some other reviewers have mentioned.
Summary: I have had this game for several years now and am just now reviewing it because I happened across it and saw there weren't many reviews, and the reviews were just okay. Basically, the game reminds me of the card game Magic meets the video game Age of Empires. Growing up, I was a pretty big fan of both games, so needless to say, I am a fan of this game.
Very good strategy in the Prince of Persia universe
N. Durham "Big Evil", Amazon
9 March 2007
Summary: The Prince of Persia trilogy of games to hit consoles over the past few years were superb action/adventure games that were really something to behold. Battles of Prince of Persia for the DS isn't anything like what you may have experienced on the consoles, but that's not necessarily a bad thing here. Because of the limitations of the DS, Prince of Persia has been transformed from an action platformer to a turn based strategy game, and surprisingly it mostly works.
a great game for the fans of the genre and the Prince of Persia Trilogy.
Casey Tabor, Amazon
11 November 2006
Summary: The Battles of Prince of Persia is a basic RTS that many will enjoy. The story of the game takes place between the Sands of Time and Worrior Within. Not will you play the Prince but other characters from the Prince of Persia universe (the Vazier, King Sharaman and others.)The machincs of the game is simply and easy to get use to. Those who are not into RTS's and want to give it a try will find this game a good first step.
Summary: I have never owned a hand-held game system until my sons got a DS Lite for my 40th birthday. Prince of Persia Battles is the first game I played, and coming from a table-top wargaming background, I thought this game was excellent. Playing as a general of an ancient army, you maneuver small, medium and large size units ranging from archers, spearmen, swordsmen, cavalry, and even war elephants against an opposing general and army in a wide variety of offensive and...
Summary: When I heard that the Prince of Persia will be making an appearance on the DS, I was thinking, Ubisoft would do well by not turning it into some lame 2D platformer. Well, they didn't. Instead, they totally revamped people's impression about the Prince of Persia series, and turned it into a turn-based strategy game! Now, I'm not exactly a fan of this genre, but I did enjoy Advance Wars DS.
Just a real quick review on the game - I dont normally review games
Mr. Moist, Amazon
13 December 2005
Summary: Well as the title suggests, I'm not going to really get into it - Just give you a quick overview - I looked for reviews on here before buying the game, & couldn't find one - So maybe this will help you out a bit. - This is a turn based strategy game much like Advance Wars.. only not nearly as fun as Advance Wars at all - You are given a deal of cards & you can move them to the opposing enemy & attack.. but theyre just cards - you cant control what your army is like..
Conclusion: This game is truly superb, the first game I ever played on the DS, It's well worth it's Â£3.50 used price tag, it gets slightly repetetive, but as long as your a good strategist, the characters different armies sort that up stright away. Great game, well worth the money.