Summary: This game breaks strongly from earlier versions portraying the Prince in a sort of watercolor environment and he looks and sounds like he's from Denver. Pretty co-star. Fighting is strange, with seemingly no actual direct control. Lots of jumping and climbing and being saved by magic powers of his new girlfriend. His old girlfriend has become a lost mule.
Summary: I was a fan of Prince of Persia: Sands of Time, so I was incredibly disappointed when Warrior Within failed to live up to my expectations and when The Two Thrones did little to recapture the glory of the original. This in mind, I was excited when I heard that Ubisoft was trying a new direction with the first PoP to hit the PS3. However, I wasn't willing to cash in for another PoP just yet, so I held off. I must say, after a long wait, I was not disappointed.
For a game that doesn't let you die, it's fun and great to look at
2 March 2011
Summary: This is the first Prince of Persia game for the PS3, only it's a brand new Prince, whose name we once again do not find out. And no, you can't die in this game... more on that later. Set in a completely different time period from the Sands of Time trilogy, a young man who doesn't appear to be an actual prince loses his pack donkey carrying his most recent collection of riches from a previous adventure (amusingly, the donkey's name is Farah).
Summary: Ubisoft's classic franchise is back with an entirely new look, a new gameplay philosophy, and a new Prince. This fresh approach to an established franchise is pulled off exceptionally well, leaving this Prince of Persia as arguably one of the most memorable games in the venerable series. The game begins with our new Prince wandering the desert in search of Farah - his donkey.
Summary: Introduction: I have just finished playing this game, it is what one might expect of a Prince of Persia game, allot of jumping and sword fights. But enough new elements are added to this game to make it rather unique and interesting and not just one more game in an seaming never ending series. The game have beautiful cartoon like graphics, and the setting is interesting enough to capture the imagination, though it may not exactly be a masterpiece in that regard.