Reviews and Problems with Prince of Persia: Warrior Within
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30 May 2015
Summary: Prince of Persia: Warrior Within is both what a sequel should be, and what a sequel should not be. Its platforming, its action and its story are the same, or even better, but the mature, bloody style and oversexualized female characters sometimes feel out of place, not to mention some missing pieces...
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.
Despite this sequel's darker tone, this is still Prince of Persia
25 February 2011
Summary: As you can see from my Fun Factor rating, I find Prince of Persia: Warrior Within to be the most entertaining game of the series gameplaywise. Basically, while the first game had a great story with pretty good gameplay, this game kind of did the opposite and had great gameplay with a pretty good...
Summary: Of course, it's like any sequal. It's very reminecent of the original with the loving qualities of that freeing feeling of being able to run along walls and being able to accomplish great feats with nothing but your wits and your hands.
Summary: It's been a surprisingly long time since this game was released, but I'm glad I finally got around to playing it. After all, I loved The Sands of Time. The first thing that you'll notice is that the atmosphere in this game is generally darker.
Summary: After playing Sands of Time, I had to get this one, and they are very different... Parents be advised that the rating on the game did go up, and that is because it is much more graphic (more blood and "beautiful" women wearing revealing clothing) and contains some profanity.
Summary: The overall game was very good. I liked the story-line, but the game itself could have been longer. On the downside, the game was too dark and the health upgrades were difficult to find without the help of a stategy guide.
Summary: Firstly, this game is designed to appeal to the mainstream market. You still have the first games acrobatics, but also some great action. You may be disapointed at how the game has lost Sands of Time' charm.