Reviews and Problems with Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones
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Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones
10 February 2007
Excerpt: On December 1st, 2005, Ubisoft released The Two Thrones , an exciting new chapter in the acclaimed Prince of Persia series. With The Two Thrones , it seems Ubisoft has tried to find a medium between the action-packed Warrior Within and the innovative puzzler of Sands of Time . The Two Thrones not only successfully does that, but also brings its fair share of new ideas and concepts to the series.
Excerpt: Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones is the latest installment from the classic series, first seen on the PC years ago in simple 2D sprites. Throughout the series and the subsequent change into the flashy 3D realm, the core feel has still been maintained, despite the much more fluid style of combat. The Prince is back again to face evil forces, and this time he has to deal with his own inner demons. Graphically, this is one sexy looking title.
Conclusion: The best PoP yet, simple as that. A kick ass storyline and gameplay that fixes the mistakes of the past game while building on the strengths of it and the original, this is an experience that everyone should partake in.
Excerpt: Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones is the final installment of the stunning Prince of Persia trilogy, and I am pleased to say that it continues to do what its predecessors have done and set a benchmark for other action-platformers to aspire to. As with the previous two games, you take control of the insanely agile prince as he runs, jumps, climbs and dodges his way through a multitude of picturesque yet puzzling landscapes and environments.
Conclusion: There are many unlockables in TTT which represents an incentive to finish the game. There are some secret swords some gamers will want to acquire by playing again. There are life upgrades and other goodies. And finally, there’s the option to choose the difficulty which is an incentive for those who like to impose challenges on themselves. Other than that and the gameplay itself, there aren’t many reasons to play through this game again.
Conclusion: So who should be playing this game? I'd say world leaders first and foremost (the French would love it, as would the Turks), followed by misunderstood sporting identities. And what of the old man in the chair? I think if he could get through the tutorial, he'd be loving it, as I must say it's a terrifically envisioned videogame, one that makes you remember why you love this electronic entertainment.
Excerpt: "Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones on muutamia uudistuksia edeltäjiensä menestyskaavaan lisäilevä sekoitus tasohyppelyä ja toimintapeliä, joka onnistuu mainiolla pelattavuudellaan sekä sopivalla yhdistelmällä huumoria ja tarunhohtoa pitämään pelaajan tiukassa otteessaan aina alkuanimaatiosta lopputeksteihin. Mikäli kolmannen persoonan toimintapelit liippaavat edes hieman läheltä sydäntä, ei tätä kannata jättää kokematta.
Pros: + Pelattavuus hiottu huippuunsa, + Ajan kelaus ja akrobatia yksinkertaisesti toimivat, + Satumaisen otteen ja huumorin paluu, + Paikoin säväyttävät maisemat..
Cons: - ..jotka kyykyttävät PS2:sta, - Kamera temppuilee välillä
Excerpt: Un héros, deux visages. Un juste combat pour sauver votre peuple. Une lutte sans pitié par soif de pouvoir. Une seule et ultime bataille à livrer : celle qui sauvera vôtre âme... Laissez libre cours aux pouvoirs exceptionnels du Prince et de son double maléfique. Défiez les titans de...