When programming Nerds make something so difficult it is no longer fun
Silverlake Skyman "Skyman", Amazon
14 December 2009
Summary: This game needed to have the Programming Nerd Police check it out before releasing it. I have seen this with a few games, where programmers making a game get such a tunnel vision after 1000's of hours for years creating/playing a game, that they lose sight of what it would be like for someone who hasn't spent all that time putting it together and who just wants to play it, have a good time and be entertained.
Summary: This game sticks to the storyline its fun to play with some quirks here and there. I would write a full review, but if you want to finish off a storyline this one is the way to go. If you like the first and the second you cant go wrong.
Summary: This is an excellent game. I truly enjoyed this game. It is the culmination of the Sands of Time series. It is also my favorite game in the series. I really enjoyed the innovations in game play. The graphics are great, and the cut scenes are spectacular. The story is rich, and there are elements from the Sands of Time and Warrior Within present in the Two Thrones. I seriously recommend this game to all those who played the first two games.
Summary: Just as a disclaimer, I write this with no experience or knowledge of the other two games except that which I can discern from this game... and also having beaten Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones twice. My friend and I had never seen technique like this before... We've played splinter cell, spartan, halo, and many other games of different degrees of fighting and/or stealth skill, but this was truly unique.
Summary: I agree with other reviewers that the graphics and vocals are good, but I find the gameplay itself less than stellar. For starters, I've always been irritated with games that don't let you save your status whenever you want. Sometimes I just want to get in a quick dose of gameplay, but that's not possible with these games that require you to play through an entire section before being allowed to save. That contributes to the repetitive, tedious nature of some sections.
Summary: So, if it's such an excellent game, why 4 stars on "fun" rating? Well, it's a very very fun game, but some parts can get annoying and aggravating. And it seems as if the different levels of difficulty are achieved by handing you less and less health upgrades, which is kinda cheap, if you ask me. They physically limit you, instead of strategicly doing so. But everything else is great about it. Graphics are great, not excellent, but great. Sound is great too.
Summary: First off, this game is very addicting and so much fun. Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones really takes you back to what was so great about Sands of Time. One thing I really found enjoyable about this game was the story. You really find yourself attached to certain characters and it brings you into the game. Another great thing about this game is the gameplay, which again brings the player back to the greatness of Sands of Time.
Summary: Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones - Circa 2005 GOOD: - More balanced combat when compared to pervious game (Prince of Persia: Warrior Within) - New Speed kill system (although difficult some times); make stealth kills dramatic and flashy - Use a Chariot in some levels - Boss battles are more balanced when compared to pervious game (Prince of Persia: Warrior Within) - Play as the Dark Prince an evil version of the prince on some levels, Note that Dark Prince has different...