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Prince of Persia (Xbox 360) £5.00 @ HMV instore

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5y, 6m agoFound 5 years, 6 months ago
also saw this at HMV newcastle
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#1
Voted hot. Thanks op.

£5.60 online using the code, for anyone who ain't passing a branch and doesn't mind paying the extra 60p.
Next best £8.99 at Base.
#2
crappy one

character cant die
#3
Although not as good as the other POP games, this is still a good game and is worth it for a fiver. It's a nice looking game too
#4
The challenge in this game is to not succumb to apathy and boredom before the end. In this regards, I failed.

Still, its quite pretty. I suggest you wait until ICO is released, and see how this sort of game should be done right.
#5
sohail123
crappy one

character cant die
What's the difference between dying and instantly respawn to the last checkpoint and dying and "get saved" to the last checkpoint?
#6
danielvmn
sohail123
crappy one

character cant die

What's the difference between dying and instantly respawn to the last checkpoint and dying and "get saved" to the last checkpoint?


Indeed, and you couldn't really die in 'Sands of Time' and that's far and away the best one.
#7
Fantastic experience, I'd highly recommend it. Played it through to the end twice, 100% on the first run then speedrunning it on the second.
Really did like the characters too, I hope it gets a sequel.
#8
its not so much the cant dying part its just not very enjoyable seeing him 'rewind' back to where u were a min ago!

id rather save the fiver and get forgotten sands - that one was ACE!
#9
sohail123
its not so much the cant dying part its just not very enjoyable seeing him 'rewind' back to where u were a min ago!

id rather save the fiver and get forgotten sands - that one was ACE!


I thought both the PoP games for the next gen consoles didn't even come close to the brilliance of the PS2 trilogy. They just dampened down the difficultly on the new games and added in more platforming in the place of the amazing combat system introduced in Warrior Within which is still the best one imo. I miss how their hands used to just be a single block cos the graphics were so **** X)
#10
wanny8888
sohail123
its not so much the cant dying part its just not very enjoyable seeing him 'rewind' back to where u were a min ago!

id rather save the fiver and get forgotten sands - that one was ACE!


I thought both the PoP games for the next gen consoles didn't even come close to the brilliance of the PS2 trilogy. They just dampened down the difficultly on the new games and added in more platforming in the place of the amazing combat system introduced in Warrior Within which is still the best one imo. I miss how their hands used to just be a single block cos the graphics were so **** X)

ahhh the good old days
thing is we still had imagination and ps2 just set the scene for us
u always knew it was a game and for me personally i enjoyed it all more

all this added emphasis on 'realism' is a little over rated

spending 48 months to shade in 3d when it'll only been seen on screen momentarily *street fighter series im looking at you*

but yeah warrior within was awesome
#11
Loved this game - far, far better than those people suggested it was. A joy to play - it might not be the most complicated game around (nor, for that matter, is COD) but this game is a game made with soul, you can really tell when you are playing it.

I got this on the PS3 for a few pounds more around a month ago and I enjoyed it a lot. I hope it gets a sequel.

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