Reviews and Problems with Prince of Persia: Warrior Within
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Dark Magician, Amazon
22 June 2015
Summary: I recently purchased the trilogy and was enchanted with the Sands of Time. Like most reviewers have previously stated, the sequel does not have the charm or whimsy of the first game. I am cool with this game having a darker tone but it doesn't go far enough with it.
Summary: Warrior Within is a direct sequel to Sands of Time, effectively making it the "middle child" of the original trilogy. Sequels often suffer from one of two problems: either it's a complete rehash of its predecessor or it becomes darker and edgier.
Summary: Prince of Persia: Sands of Time was a classic. Winning game of the year was destiny. Speaking of destiny, there is a lot of that in Warrior Within. Any way to make a quick buck. This is, of course, referring to how ubisoft can not help make a sequel to the masterpeice that is this game's predecessor...
Summary: This is game is great I just restarted it about a month ago because my girlfriend's sister got me 2 throwns. I wasn't to excited to get back into it because it seemed to lose something for me since Sands of Time. But oddly enough this time around I really had a good time..
A great game on its own, but fell short as a PoP franchise.
Lestor neeker Wong, Amazon
8 February 2005
Summary: There are a lot of mixed reactions about Prince of Persia: Warrior Within. Some people say the game is great. Others say it isn't as good as its previous instalment, The Sands of Time. Without sounding like a moaning pansy, I must say that I'm more prone towards the latter.
Summary: In general, the game is good but I wouldn't buy it at its current market value... First off, the game took me 10 days not only to finish, but also to complete, which is not very long as I don't pull all-nighters or stay up until the wee hours of the morning to play games.
Summary: This game is more challenging than PoP Sands of Time, longer, and somewhat buggier. I enjoyed the time I spent with it, but very close to the end I was prevented from finishing by a known and widely reported bug. (A time portal fails to operate.
Summary: Every holiday, I buy a new game for my husband and we play together -- with his hand at the controls. We enjoy more RPG type games than hacky slashy stuff. I am sad that the music in Warrior Within is more heavy metal than beautiful, that the scenes are less well-lit and not as stunning and that...