Reviews and Problems with Prince of Persia: Warrior Within
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Great game to get...
Curtis K. Davis, Amazon
9 December 2013
Summary: I bought this - among other games - for my two cousins, and they up in arms over this game, so it is safe to say that it's a great play; besides if children don't like something, you would know.
Summary: the first one was great and this one is even much better the story and the powers of the dagger are also present in this game but the combat in the first game which was repetitive was improved in this one it became so good you'll never be bored of it and i liked the parts where the Dahaka chases you and the best thing is that it became more mature than the first one showing the dark side of the prince which i found really cool in the end loved the gameplay loved the...
Summary: I think this is the best of the PoP series. Good story and lots of fun. You have to like Godsmack though. I think they did the whole soundtrack, but it is not too intrusive. Wish they would have had more Dahaka encounters in the game though. That is a character that had major potential, but fell kind of short.
Summary: Does nothing to improve the problems with the original and only makes them that much more prevalent, even ruining the visuals of the first game with an ugly grey/brown color palette. The combat is horrible, the controls are borderline broken and any sense of pace or enjoyment you get from the platforming segments are broken up by un-skippable cut-scenes and mini movies that occur ever 60 seconds, which feel the need to show you the layout of the entire area, completely...
Summary: I came very close to uninstalling this one in frustration- what a horrible beginning to what was otherwise an exceptionally good game: From the beginning the Prince of Persia franchise has been about the platforming. Warrior within begins with nothing but combat- including a boss fight before you get to the first platforming puzzle.