Summary: I loved playing Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time again. I'm a huge Assassin's Creed fan, and the game has aged well considering its engine is 11 years old now. But it holds up remarkably well. In fact, it's probably still the best Prince of Persia game and I couldn't recommend it highly enough for fans of adventure games. I had so much fun revisiting it. Then I fired up Warrior Within.
Summary: Same game play, with MOSTLY updated graphics. Gameplay renders are updated and sharp. Cutscenes are still the same quality as the original release. Buy only if you don't still have the original releases for Xbox.
Summary: The reason I gave a 4 out of 5 is because of the glitches that sometimes occurs with the game. When I first receive the Prince of Persia Trilogy HD for the Playstation 3 I had issues with the Sands of Time either freezing when starting a new game (where you ran into the building before the first video plays) or getting stuck on the first loading (before the main menu appears).
Summary: I played Prince of Persia: Sands of Time back when it was on PS2 and loved it. I tried playing Warrior Within on PC but it wasn't fun playing with a mouse and keyboard, a console controller is key for this sort of game. Years later I heard that the story arc of the series was really good, so I wished I had kept trying Warrior Within and then played The Two Thrones, but was I really going to dig out the PS2 and play them when I was already playing amazing HD games on the...