Summary: the graphics remind me of streetfighter4... my geforce 8600GT runs the game in medium settings... i bought it for $6.48 shipped!
Pros: i havent played through the entire game but so far its pretty fun. the only prince of persia game i've ever played before this was the original on nintendo. the fighting system and movement is very reminiscient of the original. also, the graphics are very nice (and demanding).
Cons: the game does not support my saitek p2600 controller. it seems to ONLY support Xbox-PC controllers as indicated on its option screen. this is one of those rare games on PC that actually feel better with controller than keyboard/mouse.
Summary: At the current price, it is a no brainer. I paid two bucks more for it, it is still was not a bad deal. I am giving this 5 stars because it offers great value for the price. I would probably have given it 3 stars if I had to pay the release price for it.
Pros: Beautiful world. Interesting jumping puzzles. Not too hard. You can develop the motor skills necessary for game completion fairly quickly.
Cons: The conversation between the hero and the princess can be a little long and annoying. The ending is sorta suck.
Summary: Thinking that it would take a lot of processing power, I installed it on my workstation - Q6600, 2GB RAM, and Nvidia 9800 with 1 GB. I run it on full resolution (1920x1200) and only the graphics card becomes little hot (70C) - no significant load on processor, and that too only one core!
Pros: Excellent graphics, good storyline and very resourceful guide (doesn't come with the game)
Cons: Why is it T rated - I haven't seen anything so far and my 8 and 6 year old daughters love to watch me playing.
Summary: Those who give this game 1 or 2 stars are not being fair. It has a good plot and great graphics even on my 4850. It is easy to control with an xbox controller for the PC and it has a really good story. It is not the hardest in the series, but has the best levels and exploration.
Pros: Fun, good story, good graphics, easy controls. Great sound and good story.
Cons: Somewhat repetitive, but all Prince games are.
Summary: well done game, an excellent intro to the series if this is your first one, easiest to pick up and play, and I've played every one of them since the original side scroller. Sands of time is the pinnacle of this series so far IMHO.
Pros: Smooth gameplay, best animation and graphics yet, pretty well done storyline
Summary: Outdone The Ultimate Spiderman (the comic version) which it's reminiscent of. It's good game in it's own right but this one's presentation is way better!
Pros: Well worth the dough. The anime inspired game has awesome visuals! 3rd person view. No nasty DRM! Came really close to buying another game then I found out about the DRM. It's a keeper just for showing off.
Cons: People say it gets repetitive but I don't mind 'cos I like the theatrics and adventure of the game and the graphics looks so good. Fights are somewhat boring but actually you can kick the monster off the ledge to end the fight. There's only a few anyways so it's no biggie. Cheesy lines.
If you approach this game with an open mind, you will have fun!
27 January 2009
Summary: I know its not much like Sands of Time, but if you approach this game with an open mind, you will have fun. Thank you Ubisoft for realizing that DRM was not worth anyone's time or money. I hope this is the start of a continuing trend.
Pros: The game looks and sounds great and the animations, character interactions, and combat are all extremely smooth. Ubisoft really polished the hell out of this game. Also, no DRM of any kind. NO cd key, NO activation, even runs without the disk.
Pros: This is the latest in the POP series, so the story goes on which is great because it keeps evolving and improving. The graphics and the story are exceptionally good. The characters this time are interesting and also engaging. This is by far the easiest POP of the series so far, if only because wh...
Cons: Yes there is a con, it's too short. It's too much fun, the graphics are fantastic, the characters too real (in a fantastic sense) and in truth some of it is a bit repetitive. There are only two classes of boss characters, one you have to push over the edge, and the other you just have to persever...