Summary: Hey people this is actually a very hard game he just has to jump from a wall to wall it is just like spiderman the difference is that spiderman could'nt have a sword and he had a sword...........This game is very follish......Man.....!!!!!!!!!!!! It is really very hard game man.......
for little kids...ubisoft we want the real prince!
Darksider911 , GameStop
30 August 2011
Summary: it is a good game, but its not like the prequels of this game...this game is an epic fail and a disappointment for prince of persia fans, only little kids will enjoy this...ubisoft, we want the real prince of persia back!!! i dont want to play these lame wannabee prince of persia games!!!!!!!
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. The upgrade system is simple, but only saves after check points. What's new in this game is freezing water and restoring old structures, which can be tricky when you're multi-tasking.
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. Even though the graphics are somewhat below average for a current gen game, there are a lot of vibrant colors and beautiful structures in many of the areas and it does not make you sick with brown on brown until right to the end (though being Prince of...
Summary: Looks a bit outdated, but I loved the last-gen PoP games so this was a must have for me. Original voice actor for the Prince is back and cool as usual. Platforming is great. Fighting is kinda wack though. But it's all about the platforming anyway. Really good game for less than $20.
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. God dammit, Ubisoft; I at least wanted to see the end.
Enlightened "Both Eyes Closed, see what u don..., Amazon
19 January 2011
Summary: Prince of Persia The Forgotten Sands is a pretty good game. It's a third person platformer with some light fighting involved. The combat is very easy on NOrmal and requires almost no strategy. This is magnified because the Prince doesn't even have a block in his arsenal. Basically just mash the attack button until you win. The platforming isn't terribly tough either and is mostly timing based.