Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

4.1 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
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Game Boy Advance Platform: Game Boy Advance
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  • A young prince has unleashed a deadly evil on his father's land. To stop it, he'll do what was once unthinkable -- he'll master the incredible Sands Of Time.
  • To reclaim your cursed chambers, you'll fight dangerous shadow beings -- run and jump over chasms, climb ledges and wield your sword
  • Use your puzzle-solving skills to avoid traps activate switches in the right order
  • Discover magic scrolls that unlock new techniques and powers
  • Your greatest weapon here is the Sands Of Time -- use it wisely, to reverse time and avoid suffering for your mistakes!

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Product Description

Platform: Game Boy Advance

Product Description

Aided by the seductive princess and the Sands of Time, the Prince must restore peace to Time itself.

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Embody a legendary hero with gravity-defying acrobatics, fercious fighting combos, and the ability to bend time to fulfill his bidding. Wield the power of the Sands of Time - a force allowing the Prince to erase the past, behold the future, and freeze the present. Uncover the mysteries of a world never before explored in action-adventure gaming. Ancient Persia, mythical and deadly, holds a staggering array of landscapes and kingdoms to explore and conquer.

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Platform:Game Boy Advance
ASIN B00009ZVHO
Release date October 28, 2003
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4.1 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #58,952 in videogames
#842 in Video Games > More Systems > Game Boy Advance > Games
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Product Dimensions 5 x 5 x 1 inches
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Platform for Display: Game Boy Advance
10 Years ago I played their first PC version. That was the Original version and then tried the version 2 and loved it a lot. I recently got this latest version. Wanted to try if it still got it. I was blown away with all the splendid graphics, sound effects and sequences. Has to be the best Price ever.
Anybody who enjoys action adventures should try this game and I can promise him or her without a doubt that they would enjoy every moment of it.
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This game is a fun game. There is only one thing that I can complain about this game is that you turn invisible for a short time early in the game. The only problem is that you turn completely invisible where you can't see yourself at all while avoiding traps and you have to hurry to the end of the room in a certain time. I got very frustrated with this part, but I got through it. Actually you turn invisible another time earlier in the game, but it's a lot easier to get through. There is also replay in this game where you can go through the levels again and find secret rooms where you couldn't access before. If you go through that frustrating part again you don't have to turn invisible anymore to open the gate.
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Platform for Display: Game Boy Advance
I really and truly wanted to like this game. I could have returned it in the first week, but decided to keep it because I liked the beginning. I'm sort of regretting that decision.

First the good stuff, the characters look nice and control pretty well. You get to control the prince and unlike the other versions, the princess. In that respect, it was like a better executed version of Kim Possible 3: Team Possible. There are also some pretty decent boss fights vs a Griffin and with some exceptions the controls are tight.

Though not the central theme, combat is pretty good. You're mostly using your dagger or the bow and arrow for Farah. The prince is much better rounded when it comes to combat, employing double-jumps, time reversal, time slowing, time freezing, and more. Some enemies can be a little tricky, but if you work at it you can find their weak spots. In boss fights you often have to use the Sands of Time to cause damage. For a GBA game, it's not the flashiest available, but is pretty well executed.

If so many good things, why am I so disappointed? Well, for one thing the length of time between checkpoints gets very tedious. You'll often be asked to make a leap of faith or need to figure out how to get past an obstacle and end up dying repeatedly. That wouldn't be so bad, but the game will often set up three to four of those puzzles in a row, so you have to play through the first tricky one to get to the next, die a few times, then do the third, die another half dozen times, then finally die again a few more times to finally make it to the save point. This is made worse because some of the puzzles require waiting a little while, so you can't just rush through them to the next. It gets old VERY quickly.
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By A Customer on December 2, 2003
Platform for Display: Game Boy Advance
fluid animation, intelligent gameplay, I really enjoy playing the game...
To all fans of Metroid, Castelvania , I recommend this one.
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