Reviews and Problems with Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands
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Great acrobatic and swashbuckling fun! But the game is way too short at 5 hours or less...not much replay value either
8 January 2014
Summary: Pros: -super fun acrobatics! -using elemental powers is fun -new leveling system -challenge mode slightly extends the life of this game -final level is lots of fun and very exciting -using the powers of time (ice freeze, recall, power of time) -acrobatics is more streamlined Cons: -terrible...
Summary: The game is fine, however when I received the item, the game case is broken (plastic layer is cracked on top so it won't close all the way. Thankfully the game is fine so that is why i gave a 3 star instead of 1
Summary: Pros: Visuals and animations. The game feels more like Warrior Within in terms of structure. You have the palace, the mechanical towers, the garden, the intense platforming dungeon and back to the palace to the boss area.
Summary: Warrior Within is still the best, in my opinion. This one had the best graphics, of course, but that's to be expected with the tools game designers have at their disposal these days. The fighting wasn't the greatest, and then I got locked in a room toward the end the game.
Summary: I'm a big fan of the Prince of Persia series, so this game was highly anticipated for me. I bought it on street date and played for about six hours. The next day, I finished it in another 4 hours. Needless to say, I was a bit surprised that the game was so short.
Summary: I knew this game wouldn't be on par with the classic trilogy, but man, this game wasn't thought through well at all. The combat system isn't bad, perfect for children to absorb, and there are supplemental fire, ice, shield and wind (the lamest) attacks at your disposal.
Summary: (I own all the Prince of Persia games made for non-hand held consoles - Sands of Time, Warrior Within, Two Thrones, Prince of Persia, and Forgotten Sands) Just a heads up, this review is pretty negative. I was letting off some steam after a particularly pointless section of the game.