Prince of Persia (Xbox 360) Reviews
Product Type: Ubisoft Xbox 360 games
Description:Genre: Action & Shooter / Release Date: 2008-12-05 / Published by Ubisoft / Facing imminent danger, the Prince flees to ... more
Prince of Persia (Xbox 360) ... a deserted kingdom that seemingly offers sanctuary. Already touched by the evil Corruption, a dark substance that physically contaminates the land and the skies, the kingdom is filled with adventure, challenge and intrigue. As the Prince seeks a way to fight the spreading Corruption destroying the land, he encounters a partially infected creature that promises salvation. But is the creature truly an ally or merely an enemy in disguise? It seems this perilous alliance may be the only way for the Prince to face the forces of darkness and save the Persian kingdom from the Corruption once and for all.
Newest Review: ... were aiming for 'funny' and 'charming' but unfortunately they accidentally pulled off 'grating', 'blood boiling' and 'for the ... more
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Customer Prince of Persia (Xbox 360) Reviews (29)
by - written on 17/11/09, updated on 17/11/09 (Very useful, 75 readings)
The original Prince of Persia and its sequel, The Shadow and the Flame, were fantastic; blending wonderfully intuitive movement and combat with for-the-time impressive graphics. 1999's Prince of Persia 3D was most certainly not - a horrible polygonal nightmare that was made fiendishly difficult mostly by dent of its awful controls. Come 2003 and Ubisoft rebooting the franchise with a trio of largely-excellent reimaginings, and then nothing ... until this, the seventh appearance of the Prince. Actually, he's not the Prince. He's a thief, who for familiarity's sake is called the Prince. Why? Well, this, despite its titular allusions to the games gone before, is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/02/09 (Very useful, 189 readings)
Prince of Persia-Worthy of a prince or a pauper? Back in 2003, Ubisoft revived the Prince of Persia franchise. Once a 2D franchise which was loved for its smooth platforming and difficulty curve, the game took a rough turn when it jumped to 3D on the PC in a horrible game. But in 2003, Sands of Time was brilliance with its rewind-time mechanics and brilliant go-anywhere platforming was a hit which spawned two sequels (one mediocre, one great) and brought the Prince back into the spotlight. The trilogy was brilliant but when the final credits rolled on Two Thrones, I wondered 'where could this franchise go next?' So you can understand why excitement for the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/03/09 (Very useful, 144 readings)
If a passing Princess offered me a glimpse of her fertile ground I think I would be shocked! I am a perfect stranger new to this land and merely looking for his donkey. Have I been using permanent markers again? No, this is the synopsis for the new 'Prince of Persia' (PoP). Much like Madonna, the Catholic Church and Kylie's face the Prince seems to get a reboot every three years. From classic PC game, to classic Playstation 2 game, Ubisoft were hoping for three successful reboots in a row with this new generation of the Princes tale. Gameplay The current generation of consoles has a severe lack of platformer games so it was with great interest ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/06/12 (Very useful, 4 readings)
What a cynical, pointless and iditoic game this is. It shouldn't have been made, I'm not sure why it was made and by me it was played and oh how I dismayed. This is an action adventure game based around platforming and combat, set in some weird universe which looks like it fell victim to several exploding paint factories. There's just too much going on graphically, it's horribly overdesigned. Sure, it's nice to see a colourful game for once but this is like being punched in the face by a rainbow. You play a ridiculously overdressed buffoon, the prince of the title, who rarely goes five minutes without a quip to show off his wit. I assume the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/09 (Very useful, 18 readings)
To be honest I could just sum this game up with one word over and over again. Repetitive, repetitive, repetitive, repetitive...actually that's not a bad idea. But I'm not going to do that; I'll try adding a sprinkling of positives and negatives in-between the vast repetitiveness. So what's good about Prince of Persia? For the first few hours it's great. The controls are good, the graphics are great and doing ninja like leaps across the terrain is great fun. You thing fight a few evil demon chaps now and again and are able to fight as one of the two characters; either using melee attacks or magical attacks. Then after your travelling and killing you come ... Read the complete review
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