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Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands - Xbox 360
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- From huge-scale multi-enemy combat to dizzying feats of acrobatic prowess in gigantic environments enhanced by the Prince's ability to control nature and time, The Forgotten Sands will push the Prince's prodigious abilities to a not-yet-seen level.
- With all-out war at the gates of the kingdom, the Prince's abilities will be challenged like never before through the course of epic wow moments, be it by scaling a castle tower collapsing under bombardment or combating foes hundreds of feet tall.
- Wielding powers of nature and time, the Prince will have unparalleled mastery over his environment and his enemies. The Prince will discover that harnessing the forces of nature itself will prove to be a devastating companion to his ability to rewind time.
- Powered by the Anvil Engine used for Assassin's Creed 2, The Forgotten Sands promises to bring a Prince of Persia experience like never before seen. Battle hordes of enemies at once, explore life-like settings, and experience a more powerful Prince.
- Set between Prince of Persia - The Sands of Time and Warrior Within, The Forgotten Sands provides fans with a new chapter in the saga of the Prince, and an opportunity to deepen their understanding of the events from this series.
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Journey to a land of legendary combat and mysterious circumstances in this new installment to the Prince of Persia: Sands of Time franchise. Prepare yourself for impossible battles and know that you will come face to face with death as you engage in deadly combat. Experience many of your favorite elements from the original series as well as new gameplay innovations. The mystery and magic of the old-as-time fight between good and evil comes to life with all its rewards and consequences in Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands.
Platform: Xbox 360
Top Customer Reviews
The Prince ventures to meet with his Brother, Malik. When he arrives he sees his brother's castle is under attack. Skip ahead a bit and--against the Prince's wishes--Malik summons the Sand Army, thinking if he can get them to obey him he would have as many soldiers as there is sand in the desert. This backfires, and therein lies the rest of the game.
I'm sorry Ubisoft but you dropped the ball with The Forgotten Sands. The only thing you succeeded in doing was giving us the acrobatics, puzzles, and fighting, that we loved so much with the original PS2 series. That's all. Even then, the fighting gets unbelievably repetative, becoming nothing more than a button masher. The magic powers you receive are just plain awesome though that helps add much needed depth to the combat system. But the real treat begins and ends with the puzzles and acrobatics. Freezing water to get across gaps, recalling parts of long since crumbled buldings, and of course, wall-running, is where this game truly rises to the challenge.Read more ›
As a massive fan of the 2008 refresh of the Prince of Persia series, I often felt like as much of an apologist as an enthusiast, trying to convince people that the one from 2008 was an incredibly solid title with absolutely gorgeous graphics, a nice attempt at a different combat mechanic and a promising start to hopefully another successful trilogy. However the title was released in an incredibly busy fall/winter period and despite some positive press, the game didn't exactly sell well, not to mention the criticisms that it was too easy. I will admit the platforming was very rudimentary and basic in that game but it was also slightly zen-like, almost effortless and you never felt frustrated by the puzzle-y platforming aspects and it was a game where you can just..."go" and not worry about repeating long sections or have your fifth attempt at another hard section. Which makes the appearance of "Forgotten Sands" a very curious one, not only because it makes you wonder if they're even planning to continue the Elika story or if they stopped because of the low sales or if this is just a bonus release until a "Prince of Persia 2" or whatever it's called. And then of course there's the film version of "The Sands of Time" coming so close to the game's release and it makes you wonder about what this game is trying to do: rejuvenate the old Prince after the low sales of the last one? Just a simple cash grab for the movie-going masses? Either way, it's a game that as a longtime Prince of Persia fan, I don't regret I played it but I do regret that it's not a great game.Read more ›
This is too bad, because the game itself is probably one of the better POP to come up lately. I don't mind replaying it sometime, but I do mind replaying it on these terms.
Even with this bug, I would have rated this higher than 1 star, but with Warrior Within having a similar issue, this is really sloppy work from the developer, especially for a $60 game.
How to avoid the bug: in the last chapter, there is a long section where you have to jump from one vulture to another, same as you did in the other chapters. At the end of this section, you have to make solid the block you need to land on. Try avoid falling and restarting in this area and will probably be ok once the game saves again.
If you like the series, you will like this game. I didn't come across any glitches in any of the prince of persia games like another reviewer noted. I hope you won't run into any either because I absolutely hate glitches. I just reviewed another game full of glitches.
Anyway, great game. It was nice to see the prince return to this format after the sands trilogy. The game has the typical moves like running on walls, climbing, acrobats, etc. so no surprises there. You do learn new abilities in the game and it makes the game much more challenging to move on. Towards the end, the sequences you must do to clear an area are just amazing. It can get frustrating but it's very rewarding. The fighting is more like Warrior within if I remember right but does have a hint of Two Thrones in the mix with certain button sequences.
Buy if you like the series. If you haven't played any, try picking up any of the games in the series. If you like one, you should like them all.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The CD had scratches and the case broken when it arrived so the game kept pausingPublished 18 days ago by Sheetal
It's a decent addition to the Sands of Time series. It doesn't fit in as well chronologically, being mostly a side story that takes place after Sands of Time, but before Warrior... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gregory Cox
Great graphics, but nearly impossibly difficult in places avoiding the blades in the walls, I ran out of patience with it and gave upPublished 6 months ago by Nufbaby