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Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time is easier than the Tomb Raider games from the PSone games. This game is better than the movie. The movie wasn’t that great, but not bad either. This game is about a prince has magic dagger that is the key to unlock the sands of time. The sands of time did change some people into a sand demons. This game has easy controls, rewind time to fix your mistakes, and pretty good combat system. I like the controls much better than TR games on the PSone. The original TR game had painful control and you to stress. In this game, you can say goodbye to that. This game will a little bit, but not as bad. In this game, you can rewind time. If you fall off the cliff or make a wrong turn. you don’t have to start all over. You only have the number of times you can rewind, but use them wisely. The combat system does remind me of the Assassin’s Creed games, but this game came out before Assassin’s Creed did, and it is the same developers. Read more... (255 words, 31 images, estimated 1:01 mins reading time)
Just watched this film and it was great seeing the game that I originally saw played on the Apple II. I could have swore there was a Commodore64 version but couldn’t find a reference to it but that was over 20 years ago, but I did play the game before. It was a fun game then and from what I have seen of my son playing some of the newer versions, it is still a fun game. But this review is about the movie and not the game, just giving a pit of insight is all.
Any way, the film is great. It has Destan being played Jake Gyllenhaal who was the real lead of The Day After Tomorrow in my opinion as he was the one stuck in NY City. This is a film about how the prince came to be and his humble origins. You see he was not born a prince but was made a prince by the king of Persia just for standing up and doing what was right. The king saw it and after finding out that he was an orphan the king adopted him as his own. That is how he came to be a prince of Persia and as he had no royal blood, a safe son as he would not have designs on the throne. Read more... (602 words, 1 image, estimated 2:24 mins reading time)