Reviews and Problems with Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
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Prince of Persia
Gregory Barkley, Amazon
30 August 2009
Summary: This game was fun...hard at some points but overall it was fun. This is a game you will play 1-2 times after you beat it but probly not much after that. the grapics are good, the fighting style is excellent, and the movement style is awesome( you are super acrobatic and can climb,jump, and run on just about everything)
Summary: Prince of Persia the Sands of Time is one of the best games I've ever played since starting my video game career with the Atari 2600 in the early 1980's. I previously sold my old XBox which included this game. After a couple years, having purchased the XBox 360, I found myself missing the rich story and insanely great puzzles built into this game. I went out and bought another copy of this game in 2009. The cinematic portions of the game are refreshing and original.
Summary: This is the best Xbox game ever!! Once you get rolling with the action..it's hard to put the controller down. I just received The Warrior Within from my fiancée over the weekend and I'm soooo looking forward to starting the new journey.
Summary: LOVESIT!!! This is one of those adventure games that you just can't stop playing. The graphics are amazing, the sound is great, and the gameplay is incredible. It's amazing how fluid the prince moves in this game and how he controls. You can do amazing looking acrobatics, run across walls, and slow down ladders with ease and without complication. One thing I absolutely love about this game are the puzzles.
Summary: Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time is available for the XBOX, Playstation 2, Nintendo GameCube, Game Boy Advance and PC. This review is in reference to the XBOX version. Prince of Persia the video game was released in its very first incarnation 17 years ago for the 8bit Apple II series personal computer. Players were wowed with its fresh style of game play that used acrobatics and swashbuckling to solve action based puzzles and aid you on your way though the stages.
Summary: Prince of Persia is a phenominal example of a mix between action/adventure and platforming. The platfroming is as close to gaming heavon as you can get. It is just so much fun. There were times when you would die, and you wold be happy to redo a section. In regards to the fighting elements of the game, they could have been better. There are a variety of different moves you can do but it still isnt that deep.
Summary: As someone who grew up playing Jordan Mechner's original, this game had much to live up to. Many games have strong areas and weak areas, but this one seems to be very well balanced. I would have loved it to be longer, but it worked right as it was. The only part that was occasionally frustrating was the combat, but only so that I would demerit the rating by a quarter star. It is very linear, but that is true to the original.