Prince of Persia
The most stylish game on the block.
Plays really well.
Almost as charming as the Sands of Time.
A beautiful game that melds classic acrobatic gameplay with new improvements.
DRM-free retail discs.
Intricate level design.
Beautiful art direction.
Platforming is entertaining and looks great.
Cinematic combat moves are cool to pull off and impressive to watch.
Too easy for its own good.
Can get monotonous.
Storyline could have been better with ongoing narration instead of stop-and-start conversations that hurt the flow.
Really, really easy.
The new prince isn't a good leading man.
Some combat and platforming annoyances.
By Game Observer on December 14, 2010
Prince of Persia took a definite step backwards in terms of gameplay but considering Ubisoft is looking to attract casual gamers, the change can be deemed a success. Repetition, on the other hand, is no excuse. A few more innovations would have...77
By GadgetSpeak on November 10, 2010
As computers have become faster and capable of displaying realistic graphics so our virtual heroes have developed muscles and gymnastic moves we can only dream about. Yes the Prince is back....72
By PCWorld on February 24, 2009
Livings hard, but dyings harder in Ubisoft Montreals Prince of Persia. Or should we call it "Prince of Persia Begins"? Either way, death is no longer in vogue. Fable II recently gave it the boot, and now Prince of Persia gives it a pair of hands....90
By X-bit Labs on February 19, 2009
Prince of Persia is not a truly unique game because many of its gameplay features could be seen in the earlier Sands of Time trilogy. However, it features an intricate and engaging plot, a charismatic protagonist with a good sense of humor, and...-
By Ocaholic on February 01, 2009
Prince of Persia is a jumpnrun game with some weaknesses. What is good about Prince of Persia is the story. It is well thought and the mysteries behind Elikas family can make you stick to the game getting to know the hole story. Sometimes youll...-
By LanOC Reviews on January 19, 2009
When the Prince of Persia was born in 1989, it began as a simple side-scrolling platform game. At the time, the graphics were beautiful, and the gameplay put a refreshing twist on the genre that Mario had set not too long before. After a few sequels...-
By New Game Network on January 19, 2009
Creating a fresh spin on a franchise that spans as many games as Prince of Persia does isn’t easy, which is why Ubisoft have done a great job with its recent PoP game. The basic elements of jumping along ledges and sword fighting against foes...80
By GameZone on January 05, 2009
This is a heck of a good time to be had on your...88
By NowGamer on December 12, 2008
A gorgeous, if uneventful platform game to some – Sands Of Time with its brains kicked out to others. 7.1/10Print this pageUser reviews (0)Share this pageNoticed something wrong? Report...71
By Tech2 on December 12, 2008
Also youre really not fighting groups of enemies anymore, so combat doesnt get monotonous nor does it seem like a pain in the ass. On the flip side the combat in this game is way too simple as compared to, say The Warrior Within or even Two Thrones...80