Summary: This one is definitely an extension of the other two POP games, so if you liked those, you'll probably enjoy this one just as well. My MAJOR complaint (why I gave it 3 stars) is that I got 75% of the way through TWICE and it completely died on me in the exact same place! I know that many other people have had quality issues with all of the POP games (including me on the other games), so I guess my recommendation is to rent it or make sure there is some kind of warranty...
One-fourth fun adventure, three-fourths frustrating action
sporkdude "sporkdude", Amazon
22 January 2006
Summary: The Sands of Time was perhaps the best adventure game in console history, and one of my favorite games of all time. The Warrior Within was an attempt to cash on in the prestige of Sands of Time by making an action game with the PoP name and interface, with mixed results. The Two Thrones tries to solve many of the Warrior Within minor problems, but in the end, is probably the worst of the three. First the good.
Summary: This game was a very good game. It has some amazaing gameplay aspects to it. The speed kills are very cool and give another sweet aspect to the game. Overall the game is just too short and they have un needed objects. Not enough traps througout the game. It's pretty much straight forward. Empty hallways to just run through and the life upgrade traps were a piece of cake. The bosses in the game were somewhat difficult except for the final battle against the vasir.
Summary: Ah, the Prince of Persia series--a saga with which I have held a love/hate relationship for the past twenty years. I've played the original, the SNES versions, the horrific Prince of Persia 3D--as well as the Prince's latest forays, the Sands of Time and the Warrior Within. So, what exactly is the Two Thrones? It's the conclusion of the Prince of Persia trilogy started by Sands of Time and Warrior Within.
Summary: I found playing the Two Thrones a mixed experience. The storyline is entertaining enough to make me want to find out what happens in the end. The "speed kill" move is cool, and the graphics are good. The graphics are excellent, particularly the scary looking jawless boss. It's satisfying when you manage a particularly complicated set of moves.
Summary: Prince of Persia - The Two Thrones starts off with an amazing cut sequence, utilising graphics that will blow you away ( except for what they did to Kaileena; they made her look like some asian hag !). Once this is over, the actual in-game graphics are also marvellous, but it will soon become apparent that the gameplay has been sacrificed in lieu.
Summary: Ill start off by saying they did exactly what they said they were going to do, they sort of merged sands of time and warrior within and added some new stuff. this is why i dont like the game that much. I think warrior within is much better. Ive just come off the ps2 and so... Good points: The dark prince character is quite cool, the chain is very good, a nice idea, cool moves and new ways to get around (rather than just running on walls everywhere) The scene is good,...