Reviews and Problems with Prince of Persia: Warrior Within
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Prince of Persia 2: Warrior Within
11 August 2006
Conclusion: Personally this is my favourite of the three Prince of Persia games, the way through the levels were a bit more hidden than in the first game which i thought was good because you had to think about your route every now and then, another good thing was the running from the Dahaka, a bit tedious a times but all round a very good game.
Summary: The Second installment of the Prince of Persia Series, Warrior Within's combat and satisfyingly long campaign have improved on the Sands of time, but the nice prince we see from the previous game drastically turned into a darker and more arrogant prince. Warrior Within continues the prince's story from last year's game, so, because the prince has unleashed the mystical Sands of Time, he finds himself pursued relentlessly by a menacing time monster called the Dahaka.
Summary: Warrior Within is the second game in the current generation series of three Prince of Persia games (to date) released by Ubi. The story resumes a few years after the conclusion of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. The Prince is now war hardened from the past years in battle. He now has a menacing style and persona when compared to his previously unthreatening appearance and innocent soul.
Summary: Prince of Persia: Warrior Within - Circa 2004 GOOD: - Combat expanded from pervious game (Prince of Persia: Sands of Time) - A few new abilities and acrobatics, as well as some new Enemies types - Unlockable artwork and mini movies - Bonus games see Additional Notes below BAD: - Combat might be too difficult or confusing for some - Game glitches every now and then - Really annoying boss battles IF IT FITS YOUR TASTE: - This game is a little more violent and bloody then...
Summary: Prince of Persia: Warrior Within is the middle chapter of Ubisoft's new genre-defining trilogy, and is notable for being the installment that upset many fans with its hardcore approach to violence and darker theme. After the events of the first game, the Prince is now being hunted by the minions of time, and must travel to the Island of Time to change his fate. I personally don't mind the darker approach.
Summary: Well, not really. I don't know how much sand goes for these days, but the game box and disc can't weigh all that much. Basically, the Prince of Persia 1 was truly the unsung hero of all times. After playing it, Prince of Persia 1 became the template upon which I judged other games. However, Ninja Gaiden changes things (I've said this before, and you weren't paying attention); and Prince of Persia 2 is existing proof of it.
Summary: "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time" was a phenomenal game, and delivering a follow-up in just under a year is always a tricky proposition. However, that is exactly what developer Ubisoft Montreal did with "The Warrior Within," a mostly worthy successor that unfortunately takes about as many steps forward as it takes backward.
Summary: As a worthy sequel to Sands of Time, Warrior Within dishes out the pain with brutal bling. Ubisoft Once again proves that they're out to make great games for GAMERS. The prince's loyal subjects will find their ruler a darker characer this time around. Love him or hate him, he's back for a final act... Graphically, Warrior Within shines among the dank decreped ruins of ancient temples. Every character is lovingly rendered with detail and fluid animations.
Summary: This game is fantastic! yeah the music is bad and rahter redundant but there are some very harsh criticisms that i feel are undeserved. The free form fighting is really just that and if you're a fan of fighting games (my old school streets of rage, double dragon, battle toads people...rpg nerds dont know whats good) then you'll love the freedom of this game.