Summary: I played Prince of Persia when I was a kid. Now it is my son's turn. So far this is one of his favorite DS games. It takes a little time to get used to do everything with the stylus but you can doit after a while. All dialogues are in writting so the kid needs to read so he can play by himself.
Summary: I bought "PoP: the Forgotten Sands" DS version for $11.99 just for the sake of my Prince of Persia games collection and didn't expect too much fun from it. To my surprise, I found this game very enjoyable. Graphics are very pretty for a DS game. The music also is very nice, and helps you to get in the mood of Prince of Persia world.
Summary: I am an avid gamer and this is truly the worst game i've ever played. With basic tools i could make a better game by just making a level on LittleBigPlanet. The story can be summarized in one basic sentence. The Prince loses his memories and with the help of a "navi like thing" he must go through 40 glitched up levels. The graphics are very harsh and are not enjoyable.
Summary: i bought over 20 nintendo ds games from amazon and this was the first that does not work at all, since i boughted as a birthday gift to my cousin , who does not live in usa and send it to him, he sent me an email that the game does not work but the other games is, so i was very embarased, they dont test the games b4 they sell it ? , since i cant return it ...
Summary: right after i saw prince of persia with the kids, we went purchased this DS game. it has excellent packaging. the disc easily slipped into the DSi XL slot with no problems. the game is easy to pull up. an old man like me and my young son have both pretty quickly learned how to play the game. i understand that many parents are tempted to use video games as, well, babysitters.