Excerpt: Sometimes you just have to admit you're wrong. It's the mark of a bigger man. As Kikizo's personal trainers and tailors will tell you, we're absolute bloody titans - gods among insects, sort of thing, exemplars of our species.
Conclusion: There are 10 Story Related achievements, and 2 Achievements that require skill (Not Unlike Resident Evil Code: Veronica X Which you may certainly check out my review there, and Resident Evil 4 ) These achievements are at first off-putting, but I do know that they are obtainable, and require alot of...
Summary: Oh, what a joy that Prince of Persia Classic is. It’s priced at 800 Microsoft Points (translated into $10) and is definitely worth it for adventure fanatics. The Sands of Time trilogy is one of my favorite in recent memory and this helps build upon the legacy.
Pros: The platforming is among the best in today's video games.
Summary: Prince of Persia Classic sets the bar high for what a classic game remake should look like. Not only is this one of the most exciting Xbox Live Arcade games currently available, it's also one of the best looking. Regardless of the price, this is one adventure you should think about going on!
Conclusion: The other problem isn’t a deal breaker, but it does add a bit more frustration to the mix. The sword combat doesn’t seem like it’s precisely timed to your button presses—sometimes very loose, while other times it’s nice and tight.
Summary: If you've ever heard someone say, "Back in my day, video games were hard! We didn't have fancy save systems or checkpoints! We died all the time, and we liked it!" chances are pretty good that person has a tale or two about Prince of Persia.
Pros: Forgiving difficulty makes the game more fun, but still challenging, Updated visuals make the game feel fresh, Nice mix of combat and platforming, Makes constantly dying fun
Cons: Original game doesn't seem to be a part of the package, Being able to rescue The Princess after 60 minutes is unfulfilling
Excerpt: Thinking back roughly 20 years I am almost sure the original Prince of Persia was the first game that made me say ‘wow!’ At the time, the clutter of pixels I could see on screen honestly looked like a person to me.