Summary: First of all I would like to say that I own this game on the PS3 the HD version, anyway just to get things started this is a fun game the combat system has had some changes but overall its the same Idea of the first game (sands of time). Forgive me for saying this though but I felt a little bit of under empowerment in the game for instince you will be fighting an enemy and say you hit him about 10 times ok thats good you get hit once and a fair bit of you're health goes...
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. With some bizarre, but interesting new characters added into the mix. The storyline isn't nearly as good as Sands of Time, unfortunately, but still manages to keep you guessing.
Summary: I bought this game as a gift for my son so he could complete his Prince of Peria set. He loves the game and how it fits into the serise. I on the other hand thought the some of the graphics were to much and I found myself saying " Put some more clothes on that girl." (Like I said I'm a mom) Not a game I would buy for young or senitive teens. It desirves its M rating. This one does not have the stroy flavor that both 1&3 have but does fill in the gap.
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. I did like the new acrobatics and fighting skills and I hope that the 3rd game is just as much fun and hopefully I will be able to see where I am going within the game. I would definitely recommend this game to someone else.
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. **************************************** I have Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time and I Like it, but the major faults with it are the camera, fighting and the prince looked like a ponce, becouse of his hair and clothes (the pants made him look like a goat).